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  • DataFinch Technologies + LeBlanc Behavioral Consulting

    The new year is here and we've all gone back to our normal routines. But for Linda LeBlanc, 2017 is the start of a new chapter. She has officially launched LeBlanc Behavioral Consulting, and DataFinch is proud to partner with her on some exciting new projects. 

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  • Do Pictorial Preference Assessments Work?

    Dr. Janet Lund provides her summary of a research article on the efficacy of pictorial preference assessments, recently published in the Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis. The findings may surprise you.

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  • Client Spotlight: Autism Centers of Michigan

    We recently had the pleasure of chatting with Dr. Jordan Boudreau, Founder and CEO of Autism Centers of Michigan (“ACM”). ACM is a Catalyst client offering applied behavioral analysis services for children with autism spectrum disorder in home, in centers, and through school-sponsored programs. We discussed what’s been going on there lately and plans for the future. Jordan shared some great industry related advice and insights.

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  • Client Spotlight: Autism Home Support Services

    We recently had the pleasure of speaking with Catalyst client Laura McKee, CEO of Autism Home Support Services headquartered in the Chicago area. We discussed current happenings and future plans for AHSS, as well as Laura’s insights on the ABA industry and organizational practices.

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  • The Future of Behavior Analysis: Systematic Clinical Decision Making Models

    Linda A. LeBlanc, PhD, BCBA-D Dr. LeBlanc currently serves on the Board of Directors of the California Association for Behavior Analysts, and has served on the Board of Directors of the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts, the Colorado Association of Behavior Analysis, and the Alabama Association of Behavior Analysts.

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  • Employee Spotlight: Matt Kooken, Account Manager

    Matt Kooken originally joined DataFinch as a summer intern, before signing on permanently as an Account Manager two years ago. By day, Matt offers behavior analysts around the world timely and effective solutions for behavioral therapy. At night, he moonlights as an avid musician and singer with several bands in the Birmingham/Atlanta area, where he plays guitar, bass, and keyboard.

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  • Train Like A Boss (Behavior Analyst)

    When teaching individuals with Autism or other developmental disabilities, effective ABA practitioners use a variety of proven instructional methods. Typically, these include a combination of direct instruction using discrete trial teaching strategies, and naturalistic teaching tactics, such as incidental teaching. Prompts are used, models are provided, and learners are given immediate feedback on their performance and reinforcement when appropriate. Movement within a program is then based on mastery of specific objectives. It is a well-proven, evidence-based method of instruction! Why don’t we all use these very same principals when teaching or training new hires? Here are three critical components to include in your training programs.

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  • FAQs for Moving to Online Data Collection

    Hesitant about transitioning from paper to electronic data collection? Check out these answers to frequently asked questions and concerns, and learn how easy it is to make the switch!

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  • 5 Reasons Educators Should Take Data Online

    The number of ways online data collection can be configured to suit your individual needs is nearly limitless. Learn these 5 easy ways this cutting-edge technology can improve the way you do business.

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  • JABA Article Sneak Preview

    You won't want to miss this "early view" article from JABA on conducting preference assessments with the use of video stimuli rather than tangible access - yet another technique to add to your growing ABA toolbox!

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Latest Resources

  • DataFinch Technologies + LeBlanc Behavioral Consulting

    The new year is here and we've all gone back to our normal routines. But for Linda LeBlanc, 2017 is the start of a new chapter. She has officially launched LeBlanc Behavioral Consulting, and DataFinch is proud to partner with her on some exciting new projects. 

    Facebook Twitter Linkedin
  • Do Pictorial Preference Assessments Work?

    Dr. Janet Lund provides her summary of a research article on the efficacy of pictorial preference assessments, recently published in the Journal of Applied Behavioral Analysis. The findings may surprise you.

    Facebook Twitter Linkedin
  • Client Spotlight: Autism Centers of Michigan

    We recently had the pleasure of chatting with Dr. Jordan Boudreau, Founder and CEO of Autism Centers of Michigan (“ACM”). ACM is a Catalyst client offering applied behavioral analysis services for children with autism spectrum disorder in home, in centers, and through school-sponsored programs. We discussed what’s been going on there lately and plans for the future. Jordan shared some great industry related advice and insights.

    Facebook Twitter Linkedin
  • Client Spotlight: Autism Home Support Services

    We recently had the pleasure of speaking with Catalyst client Laura McKee, CEO of Autism Home Support Services headquartered in the Chicago area. We discussed current happenings and future plans for AHSS, as well as Laura’s insights on the ABA industry and organizational practices.

    Facebook Twitter Linkedin
  • The Future of Behavior Analysis: Systematic Clinical Decision Making Models

    Linda A. LeBlanc, PhD, BCBA-D Dr. LeBlanc currently serves on the Board of Directors of the California Association for Behavior Analysts, and has served on the Board of Directors of the Association of Professional Behavior Analysts, the Colorado Association of Behavior Analysis, and the Alabama Association of Behavior Analysts.

    Facebook Twitter Linkedin
  • Employee Spotlight: Matt Kooken, Account Manager

    Matt Kooken originally joined DataFinch as a summer intern, before signing on permanently as an Account Manager two years ago. By day, Matt offers behavior analysts around the world timely and effective solutions for behavioral therapy. At night, he moonlights as an avid musician and singer with several bands in the Birmingham/Atlanta area, where he plays guitar, bass, and keyboard.

    Facebook Twitter Linkedin
  • Train Like A Boss (Behavior Analyst)

    When teaching individuals with Autism or other developmental disabilities, effective ABA practitioners use a variety of proven instructional methods. Typically, these include a combination of direct instruction using discrete trial teaching strategies, and naturalistic teaching tactics, such as incidental teaching. Prompts are used, models are provided, and learners are given immediate feedback on their performance and reinforcement when appropriate. Movement within a program is then based on mastery of specific objectives. It is a well-proven, evidence-based method of instruction! Why don’t we all use these very same principals when teaching or training new hires? Here are three critical components to include in your training programs.

    Facebook Twitter Linkedin
  • FAQs for Moving to Online Data Collection

    Hesitant about transitioning from paper to electronic data collection? Check out these answers to frequently asked questions and concerns, and learn how easy it is to make the switch!

    Facebook Twitter Linkedin
  • 5 Reasons Educators Should Take Data Online

    The number of ways online data collection can be configured to suit your individual needs is nearly limitless. Learn these 5 easy ways this cutting-edge technology can improve the way you do business.

    Facebook Twitter Linkedin
  • JABA Article Sneak Preview

    You won't want to miss this "early view" article from JABA on conducting preference assessments with the use of video stimuli rather than tangible access - yet another technique to add to your growing ABA toolbox!

    Facebook Twitter Linkedin