Have you ever been in a position where you've only seen your supervisor or administrator when there is conflict? Dr. Ellie Kazemi, behavior analyst and keynote speaker, joins me to discuss the work environment and how to build a positive work atmosphere, whether that's in an ABA clinic or in a school based setting.What is crucial to a positive atmosphere? Shared values and open communication. These important ideals come up over and over again throughout Dr. Kazemi's and my discussion. In order for teams to feel appreciated, psychologically safe, and have the desire for growth, they need administration and colleagues that promote transparency, shared values, and a framework to train resiliency for the ever changing systems.If you're a supervisor or administrator listening, consider how often and how naturally you're making yourself available for conversations with your team. Dr. Kazemi emphasizes the point that there needs to be consistent, visible support from leadership.Without these ideals, providers can face burnout, and even worse, the client can suffer. At the end of the day, we all want to make a difference and provide the best outcomes for our clients. The first step is creating a positive atmosphere for providers. You can find Dr. Ellie Kazemi on her website, Instagram, and LinkedIn.#autism #speectherapyWhat's Inside:Top tips for creating a positive work environment.The importance of shared values and open communication in any organization.How to cultivate psychological safety.The impact of the work environment on growth and investment in the mission.The importance of supervisor and administrative visibility.Mentioned In This Episode:Ellie KazemiEllie Kazemi - LinkedInEllie Kazemi (@ellie.kazemi) on InstagramMembership - ABA Speech
Up to 1 in 5 (20%) individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) and about 3 in 7 (42%) individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) engage in self-injurious behavior (SIB). Common forms of SIB include repetitive head banging, head-hitting, self-biting, self-hitting, eye-poking, skin-picking, and trichotillomania (hair pulling), among other forms of self-harm.In this episode, Caroline Roberts from the University of Minnesota and Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain discusses the differences and similarities between SIB and nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) and how we can bridge the gap between NSSI research and clinical practice, and SIB among those with IDD. She also shares 4 key topics from her interviews with experts in SIB and NSSI: (1) case ascertainment, (2) perceptions of causal variables, (3) pathways to treatment, and (4) treatment goals and outcomes. Learn more about the Masonic Institute for the Developing Brain and their interdisciplinary approaches to understanding and improving SIB workgroup here. Follow Caroline on Twitter/X at @clrobz. Below are one of her papers and other research referenced in today's episode:Roberts, C. L., Avina, A. H., & Symons, F. J. (2023). A qualitative analysis of family caregiver experiences accessing treatment for self-injurious behavior in individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Journal of Mental Health Research in Intellectual Disabilities.Dimian, A. F., & Symons, F. J. (2022). A systematic review of risk for the development and persistence of self-injurious behavior in intellectual and developmental disabilities. Clinical Psychology Review, 94, 102158.Steenfeldt-Kristensen, C., Jones, C. A., & Richards, C. (2020). The prevalence of self-injurious behaviour in autism: A meta-analytic study. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 50(11), 3857-3873.Follow Dr. Westers on Instagram and Twitter/X (@DocWesters). To join ISSS, visit itriples.org and follow ISSS on Facebook and Twitter/X (@ITripleS).The Psychology of Self-Injury podcast has been rated #1 by Feedspot in their list of "10 Best Self Harm Podcasts" and #5 in their "20 Best Clinical Psychology Podcasts." It has also been featured in Audible's "Best Mental Health Podcasts to Defy Stigma and Begin to Heal."If you or someone you know should be interviewed on the podcast, we want to know! Please fill out this form, and we will be in touch with more details if it's a good fit.
A woman wants to know if she should give a man who abruptly dumped her a second chance. NOPE! No, she should not. Thank you for coming to our Ted Talk. In The Full Episode: Tik Tok's Aba n Preach Editor (abanpreacheditor) show women the appropriate response when someone who ghosted them returns from the dead. We discuss one sure-fire way to end up dating a low-effort man. The economics of thinness and how they affect hiring. How does a man explain his lack of sexual experience to the woman he just started dating? LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE HERE: https://dateologycoach.substack.com/p/zombies-ghosts-and-other-dating-horror#details SUBSCRIBE TO LISTEN TO THE FULL EPISODE: To listen to the full episode you can become a paid subscriber for $4 monthly. You'll get two weekly Nugget episodes on Mondays and Wednesdays and the weekly full-length advice podcast. Subscribe here: https://dateologycoach.substack.com/currentmember JOIN OUR FREE PRIVATE ONLINE COMMUNITY The Dateology Coach Network allows members to congregate, network, and offer/seek guidance and support. This group is open to all ages, gender identities, and orientations https://dateologycoachnetwork.mn.co/ Book A Dating Profile Review - Use code PODCAST30 to save $30 It's fall. You know what that means. Cuffing season is just around the corner. If you're ready to hit the ground running and make a real attempt at finding love online, you're going to need the proper tools. It's possible to use dating apps and avoid the burnout and frustration that often comes with it. https://www.dateologycoach.com/bookasession
This week, we are joined by Dr. Vanessa Rentschler, an audiology expert from Portland, Oregon, with a wealth of experience and a Doctor of Audiology Degree from Salus University. Dr. Rentschler specializes in improving hearing and listening skills through direct auditory training. Today, she'll discuss neurodiversity-affirming assessment and treatment for auditory processing difficulties. We'll explore how auditory struggles, whether due to hearing loss, head injuries, or neurodivergence, can impact communication and learning. Listen to learn more! Resources: Sound Sensitivity - YouTube Auditory Assessment: Diagnostic auditory processing test protocols (adapted for individual needs) guide differential diagnosis and treatment recommendations. Functional listening assessments can effectively inform school/employment accommodation recommendations. Comprehensive consulting on both clinical services and educational advocacy can help individuals and families navigate systems and obtain appropriate support. Auditory Remediation: Brainstem pathways involved in processing differences between the ears can be effectively trained with evidence-based auditory training tasks. Synchronized and balanced listening with both ears is a pre-requisite function for filtering out noise from speech, among other auditory functions (like localization). Explicit training on speech sounds and sensorimotor timing is also effective in reducing listening effort and improving understanding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Autism weekly is now found on all of the major listening apps including apple podcasts, google podcasts, stitcher, Spotify, amazon music, and more. Subscribe to be notified when we post a new podcast. Autism weekly is produced by ABS Kids. ABS Kids is proud to provide diagnostic assessments and ABA therapy to children with developmental delays like Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can learn more about ABS and the Autism Weekly podcast by visiting abskids.com.
It's the end of the month which means its time for This Month in Birding, and we've got a panel of ABA friends and staff here to talk about the beautiful fall season, every birder's favorite time of year. In this episode Jennie Duberstein, Nick Lund, and Greg Neise join host Nate Swick to talk lost flamingos, eagles, both welcome and not, the incredible movement of rare North American vagrants to the British Isles, and more! Also, the ABA is going to be at the Rio Grande Valley Birding Festival this fall. Come join us! Links to articles discussed in this episode: Flamingo visiting central Pa. injured in attack: Will its mate abandon it? Mega fallout of American birds in UK/Ireland Stella, the Steller's sea eagle making an economic impact on bird tourism Eagle effects on seabird productivity: Effects of a natural experiment Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts and please leave a rating or a review if you are so inclined! We appreciate it!
We're back with another episode of the Weekly Buzz with Helium 10's Chief Brand Evangelist, Bradley Sutton. Every week, we cover the latest breaking news in the Amazon, Walmart, and E-commerce space, interview someone you need to hear from, and provide a training tip for the week. Five takeaways from America's landmark lawsuit against Amazon https://edition.cnn.com/2023/09/28/tech/amazon-ftc-lawsuit-takeaways/index.html The FTC's lawsuit against Amazon would lead to higher prices and slower deliveries for consumers—and hurt businesses https://www.aboutamazon.com/news/company-news/amazon-ftc-antitrust-lawsuit-full-response Walmart Marketplace Increases Third-Party Seller Activity https://www.forbes.com/sites/walterloeb/2023/09/27/walmart-marketplace-increases-third-party-seller-activity/ Indonesia bans e-commerce transactions on social media in major blow to TikTok https://edition.cnn.com/2023/09/27/tech/indonesia-tiktok-ecommerce-ban-hnk-intl/index.html Amazon to invest up to $4 billion in AI startup Anthropic https://techcrunch.com/2023/09/25/amazon-to-invest-up-to-4-billion-in-ai-startup-anthropic/ Walmart Deals Holiday Kickoff sales event will coincide with Amazon's Prime Big Deal Days https://www.wvtm13.com/article/walmart-deals-holiday-kickoff-october/45318835# An update on Prime Video https://www.aboutamazon.com/news/entertainment/prime-video-update-announces-limited-ads Up to tenth of Amazon shoppers in Great Britain ‘bribed' by sellers to offer good review, poll finds https://www.theguardian.com/technology/2023/sep/28/up-to-tenth-of-amazon-shoppers-in-great-britain-bribed-by-sellers-to-offer-good-review-poll-finds Amazon's biggest competitor gets bad grade from the BBB https://www.kiro7.com/news/local/amazons-biggest-competitor-gets-bad-grade-bbb/QAGKNI77WZDWTOXMEHSNEDGVUQ/ Shopify invests in wholesale platform Faire https://www.reuters.com/business/retail-consumer/shopify-invests-wholesale-platform-faire-2023-09-27/ Eligible Walmart Marketplace sellers can use Walmart's Self-Serve Marketing portal in Seller Center to invest in Search Engine Marketing (SEM) and promote their products in Google search results through Shopping Ads. https://sellerhelp.walmart.com/s/guide?language=en_US&article=000011195 We aren't stopping at that! Don't miss our spotlight discussion on how you can unlock more profits with Helium 10's Managed Refund Service. This new service aims to recover funds for sellers from Amazon errors by identifying and submitting recovery claims on behalf of the sellers. Lastly, Carrie Miller gives us the training tip of the week about how to see which ASINs are the most clicked and bought from Amazon Brand Analytics data but inside Helium 10. It's a packed episode, so buckle up! n this episode of the Weekly Buzz by Helium 10, Bradley talks about: 00:51 - Amazon FTC Lawsuit 03:25 - Walmart Marketplace Increases 03:51 - Amazon Holiday Inventory 04:18 - Seller Fulfilled Prime 05:21 - TikTok Shop Trouble 06:20 - Manage Experiments Update 06:55 - Amazon AI Move 07:45 - Walmart Holiday Deals 08:27 - Prime Video Ads 09:45 - Incentivized Reviews Rampant 11:06 - Temu Trouble 11:45 - Shopify Wholesale 12:57 - Walmart Google Ads 14:15 - Try Helium 10's New Managed Refund Service 15:30 - ProTraining Tip: How To See Brand Analytics Data Inside Helium 10 Transcript Bradley Sutton: Amazon replies to the FTC lawsuit. Walmart marketplaces on the rise. Tiktok shop is having trouble in Southeast Asia, manager experiments gets an update. Walmart holiday deals coming. Incentivize reviews are going crazy in the UK. These stories and much more on today's episode of the Weekly Buzz. How cool is that? Pretty cool, I think. Hello everybody, and welcome to another episode of the series sellers podcast by Helium 10. I'm your host, bradley Sutton, and this is a show that is our Helium 10 Weekly Buzz, where we give you a rundown on all the news stories that are going on in the Amazon, walmart, e-commerce world and we also give you training tips of the week that will give you serious strategies for serious sellers of any level in the e-commerce world. Let's see what's buzzing. All right, tons of articles out today, so let's go ahead and hop right into it. The first article here is actually from CNN Business and it was a five entitled five takeaways from Amazon's landmark lawsuit, or America's landmark lawsuit against Amazon, and you know, they weren't too far off in this article. Bradley Sutton: I remember last week I talked about how ridiculous some of these articles were, like just people not understanding even what was going on in the Amazon. And basically it's you know. They're kind of summarizing and saying that, hey, this landmark case targets Amazon's retail platform, alleging that it's harm shoppers and sellers alike at a massive scale. All right Quote. It has a self-reinforcing cycle of dominance and harm. The plaintiffs claim oh, my goodness gracious, and it has. Amazon is running an illegal monopoly in ways that are paying off for Amazon, but at a great cost to tens of millions of Americans of households and hundreds of thousands of sellers. All right now Amazon, you know, check out the CNN article. It talks about the you know five takeaways you know from it. But Amazon replied in another article that we also have linked in the comments and entitled the FTC's lawsuit against Amazon would lead to higher prices, slower deliveries for consumers and hurt businesses. Hmm, if we only didn't say that, like weeks ago, like anybody who actually knows anything could have told you this that there's nothing good that's gonna come out of this for Amazon sellers nor Amazon buyers. And this article that Amazon releases, kind of like in reply to this FTC lawsuit kind of, you know, talks about that how, yeah, if this goes through, it's gonna make Prime more expensive, it's gonna have more shipping fees or more fees for sellers, et cetera. And it's kind of funny, like some of the things that you know I talked about was how Amazon kind of like I guess you can say, punishes sellers for having lower prices on other marketplaces. Some sellers don't like I mean to me, like it is what it is, you know, like we should be having, you know, same, similar prices, you know across the board. But even, let's say, an Amazon seller thought that was a bad thing. You know, if this FTC lawsuit is for the public, like Amazon is making sure that people, you know, don't gouge customers on the platform. You know, like sellers like like no, hey, if it's cheaper outs outside there, you should have a cheap price on Amazon. But how is that harming the consumers? You know, maybe, maybe could be considered harming the sellers, but you know the millions and millions of prime members now get the benefit of having low prices. So it's like Amazon, or the FTC, is like talking out of like two sides of its, of its mouth there. So it's kind of interesting. Bradley Sutton: So the next article actually switching to Walmart is from Forbes and says Walmart marketplace in increases third-party Seller activity. Not many stats and figures from here, just the writer here is talking about how there's a lot more investment in advertising in this Q4. He expects sellers to have a lot more sales on Walmart Compared to the past, as Walmart's really been expanding their focus on third-party marketplace. Next article here this is from seller central dashboard, just as a reminder to send in FBA and MCF inventory by October 26 before a holiday deal events. So there's less than five weeks left. So like, if you're trying to to have something you know, go for black Friday, cyber Monday deals you actually need to have your inventory in by October 26th. So that's. That's actually not that that far away, so well in advance. Bradley Sutton: Next article is a reminder that seller fulfilled prime is coming back. All right, so seller fulfilled prime, it's gonna be without that 2% fee that we talked about earlier before. We're gonna have a blog later today or tomorrow You'll see at Helium 10 comm forward slash blog that talks about how to enroll in seller fulfilled prime. Me I'm not gonna roll it like I have. You know I don't ship too much stuff. So like there's no way. I'm not gonna use Amazon FBA you know like for to try and get the prime back. Remember to do prime badge for seller fulfilled prime. You've got to have a way to ship to like same day, next day or two-day delivery, including weekend delivery. Obviously, I can't. You know most of us can't, can't do that, but some of you bigger sellers out there who have, you know really good, you know shipping agreements with companies. You might want to take advantage of this and then for your fulfill by merchant you can actually get a prime badge now. So just look out for that announcement or that blog and it's actually gonna be officially announced by Amazon In a couple of days. You'll see some big comms coming out of Amazon about seller fulfilled prime, but you'll be able to get that blog before the Amazon announcement on our blog later today or tomorrow. Bradley Sutton: Next article today we're gonna talk about is actually coming out of Indonesia, all right, and it says Indonesia bans e-commerce transactions on social media in a major blow to tick tock. So Indonesia is actually the biggest you know platform for tick tock in Southeast Asia. I believe. It has something like a hundred and twenty, a hundred and twenty five million monthly active Users and tick tock shop has, you know, released worldwide. But now the government is saying no, you can't have e-commerce and social media together. So you're gonna have to, you know, within the next week or so I forgot when the deadline is you're gonna have to, like, take tick tock shop out and make it a separate app. So this will be interesting to follow, like if something like this happens in other marketplaces and that's gonna be obviously a big blow to tick tock shop. I don't foresee that happening here in in America, but you know kind of is gonna hurt tick tock shop for those who are trying to sell Products in Indonesia. Bradley Sutton: The next article here was also from seller central. It says expand single asin AB test to multiple stores. So now, with manage your experiments, you're gonna be able to run separate AB tests on your asins across multiple stores, all right. So, like to different marketplaces in different regions, you can kind of see how how imagery works, you know, between you know, like Amazon Canada, amazon USA, etc. And you can add, like, for example, it says a brand logo to your a plus content to see performs performs differently in different countries, to pay on how well Established your brand is. Bradley Sutton: A next article here is from tech crunch entitled Amazon to invest up to four billion in AI start startup and Anthropic all right, so this you know a anthropic is this startup who's kind of making waves in the industry. You know that I've heard about them a while back, but you know the interesting thing here. You know we've been talking for a long time that that it's gonna AI Generative AI is gonna definitely change the the shopping experience and that's gonna affect sellers. Andy Jassy, amazon's CEO, says Amazon believes this deal can improve many customers experiences short and long term through our deeper Collaboration with Anthropic. So, again, improve many customer experiences All right. So again, ais. That's gonna change the way people shop eventually on Amazon and that means it's eventually gonna change the way that you know we sell or sell on Amazon. Bradley Sutton: Next article is just from a local TV station, but we talked about this before. It's kind of funny that you know every time Amazon does something, you know Walmart might reply and do something similar or vice versa. You know we're in a competitive matchup here, so this article is entitled Walmart Deals Holiday Kickoff Sales Event Will Coincide with Amazon's Bing Prime Day deals All right. So it's not you know big or Amazon's big deal days, All right. It's Walmart deals holiday, all right. So this is actually happening a little bit earlier than big, big deal days. It's coming on the end from the ninth to the 12th and it's available even to non-Walmart Plus sellers or what non-Walmart Plus buyers? It'll be available to. Bradley Sutton: Next article from Amazon, an update on Prime Video. So you know, prime Video has a lot of like you know, tv shows and and and movies and different things, and so they they talked about some of their, their. You know what they've achieved lately with Amazon Prime Video. But the key is that in early 2024, amazon Prime Video shows and movies will include limited advertisements. All right, and there's going to be a people are going to have to pay $2.99 a month if they don't want to see these ads. But again, you know, anytime we talk about you know advertisements coming on Amazon. You know properties, whether it's in store or other ways. It's eventually another way to get your products in front of of buyers. All right, it's new ways. Bradley Sutton: You know a lot of people are watching Amazon Prime Video. What was that? It's like a, not Game of Thrones, but it's like a Lord of the Rings prequel or something like that. I think was on Prime Video. But you know millions of people watch that. Imagine, you know, somehow for the people who aren't paying that $2.99, you know they're seeing an ad for a coffin shelf on there. I don't think you know we are big enough to advertise on Game of Thrones or or Lord of the Rings or anything like that, but just shows you an example of what could be possible in the future. You know, if you are a big enough seller you could start having your ads potentially on some of these big TV shows from Amazon Prime Video. Bradley Sutton: Now an interesting article from the Guardian in the UK. It says up to a 10th you know, 10% of Amazon shoppers in Great Britain were found to have been bribed by sellers to offer a good review. So they pulled 1500 adults who had bought from Amazon in the UK in the past 12 months and they all got like like gift card offers or free products or refunds in order to cheat the system. This article said all right. So you know Amazon obviously does not want anybody having, you know, any kind of incentivized reviews you know happening. So there's a lot of sellers who are breaking the rules. They're probably going to get caught. You know a lot of them. Some of them. Don't get caught. But don't don't try this, guys, all right. So it also said that 4% of those polls said that they were offered a reward for changing a negative review to a positive one. All right. So, like, how did they even get a hold of that that customer? It's kind of a interesting All right. So you know UK government is looking into how to tackle this a little bit more, but it'd be curious to see what you know how this is in the US. You know, I just ordered a ring light or something and I got like a little gift card saying, hey, you know, try to or not a gift card, but a little card, insert card offering a gift card to to like, have a positive review. So this kind of stuff still happens. But, guys, don't do it. Don't do it, not worth it, not worth it. Bradley Sutton: Our next article here is from Kiro7. It was just about a Temu, all right. So it says Amazon's biggest competitor gets bad grade from the BBB. Temu is not Amazon's biggest competitor, first of all, but not a thousand. You know it's the number one app on on Google and Apple, yeah, okay. So in that sense, maybe it's it's an Amazon competitor, but you know, Temu sales are very low compared to Amazon, but according to the Better Business Bureau, they've received a thousand recent you know complaints about the service. But you know, like what do you expect when you're getting like a $2 address or something like that? But it's probably one of the many reasons why nobody you know Amazon sellers. Amazon itself isn't really concerned with Temu being too much of a threat. Bradley Sutton: Switching platforms. Now Shopify invested this week into a wholesale platform called Fair. You know, a lot of people knew about Fair, a place where people can get wholesale products but now Shopify is investing there and it wants to see this startup adopt Shopify technology for its clients. All right, so. Fair was founded in 2017. It's valued at $12 billion. That's a pretty big company. It's now going to become the recommended wholesale marketplace for Shopify merchants. All right, so this is going to make it easy for Shopify merchants to find wholesale buyers and also enable retailers to source from Fair's network of brands. It's kind of interesting because, for example, fair said the most popular search filter on its platform is not on Amazon. Bradley Sutton: All right so you know hey if they're going to find some stuff for Shopify that's only on Shopify and not on Amazon. You know this. This kind of like a match seems to be made in heaven. It'll be interesting to see if you know how this changes, how Shopify sellers sell. You know, let me know in the comments below if you are selling on Shopify and you know this is good, if you're going to start, you know, perhaps maybe selling your products on the Fair platform. A last news article was from Walmart seller help. It's actually interesting. They have a. They're launching self-service search engine marketing. Say that three times fast. All right Now, basically, eligible Walmart marketplace sellers can use this portal in Seller Center to invest in search engine marketing. Bradley Sutton: So you're going to be able to do Google shopping ads. Now, I don't know too much about this stuff, but I could be wrong. But I believe that this is like. These are like those. You know, when you search a keyword in Amazon or in Google, at the very top right there would be those ads where you can like, click directly into the results and it'll go directly to the storefront you can buy the product. I don't believe Amazon is available for this. So this is another potential advantage you can have of, of doing Google ads, where it can go directly to your store, right there in the shop, the shopping ad section of Google. So you know, if you're a Walmart seller, go into a Seller Central, you can create campaigns right now. You can even bulk create it and then we have the article here linked in the comments below if you want to get more information on this. Bradley Sutton: So, whoo, a lot of articles today, a lot going on in the ecommerce world. Quick, quick note. You know, if you missed it, last week Helium 10 launched a reimbursement service. So a lot of you guys are ready to use refund genie where you can, you know, download reports for your loss and damage things from Amazon, things that Amazon might owe you money on, and you're able to go ahead and, and you know, file your own claims and get your money back. But now we have a service that is designed to where we're going to do the work for you, you know, for a percentage of it, and we'll also find other money that you know, refund genie, you know it's not looking for. So if you want to find out more information about this, the service is actually free, you know, to use. We only can get money if we get money for you, and some sellers are getting thousands and thousands and thousands of dollars back by using it. So if you'd like a free demo of it or to get more information, go to h10.me/mrs h10.me/mrs to be able to sign up for a free demo. Alright, now let's go into a quick training tip of the week from Kerry, talking about how you can see who's getting the most clicks and the most purchases from brand analytics. But right inside of Helium 10 Cerebeo, Carrie, take it away. Carrie Miller: Did you know that you can see click share and conversion share within Cerebro? That's right. If you have your Helium 10 account connected to seller central and you have a diamond and above, you can actually see this click share. So it's a really great tool when you're doing your keyword research. So the first thing you want to do is you want to log into Cerebro. So I've done a multi search here. It doesn't matter really the position for this particular strategy, but usually I always like to make sure my own, mason, is first, so I can compare it to all others. But if you scroll down here, you can actually see that we have a whole entire column for ABA, total click share and then conversion share. Okay, so what we're gonna do is we're gonna actually drill into this a little bit more and if you go to let's see here a wooden egg holder, we can click on this graph and get a little bit more details. Now I will say not all of these keywords have information. It really just depends on what is provided in brand analytics, and if it's in brand analytics, we can pull it in here. So it has to have, you know, a good amount of search volume in order to get this information. So let's take a look at wooden egg holder. So if we click on this, we can actually see the last few months or six months or so of click share and conversion share, and you can actually, you know see this this most recent month we're in September right now. We can actually go back to see August and you can click along on this graph and hover along this graph and you can actually see at the bottom there which were the top three Clicked and converted on. So when we take a look at this, you can actually see, okay, this one has an 18% click share and a 19% conversion share. So that's, they're doing something right. That means you know a lot of people are actually purchasing when they do actually click on their listing. This one is, you know, 8% and a conversion share of 6.5 you know they're doing pretty well as well and then 7% and 9.1. So now, if you see, you know a really large click share and pretty much no conversion share, that probably means people are clicking on it, thinking it's something, but they're not seeing what they actually want to buy. So one really cool thing that you can actually do if you want to, you know, see what maybe one of these competitors are doing that has the most click share and conversion share. You can see what they're actually doing by running listing analyzer. Now you can actually go ahead and see it in here and when you click on run listing analyzer or you can go straight to listing analyzer and add things in yourself. Carrie Miller: I'm just going to click on run listing analyzer. Let's see what we have here. Are these the top ones? Yes, these are the ones I want to look at. So I'm going to click on run listing analyzer and I'm going to be able to see all of the information for all three of these listings and includes price. It'll include the images and everything that we really need to know, kind of stacked on top of each other. All right, so all of this data is is now uploaded into listing analyzer from that click share, conversion share, so we can see, maybe, the difference. Okay, so this top one was the topped clicked and we can look at the price. Now it has a pretty good price. It's not the lowest price. This one is actually the lowest price, but you know, between these two especially that does have a lower price, so $20 might be the best. And then another thing you can do is you can take a look at the images and see if there's something that this Particular listing has done that this one didn't. Maybe they did. You know better close-up images here. These one, these have a little bit better lifestyle images. Carrie Miller: So it's kind of a mystery there as to why the first one would get the the most clicks. But usually what you can do is kind of drill down a little bit more into the details and you can see, you know, what people are looking for. Potentially it has to do with the actual structure of the product. This one has a little bit more sturdy look. This one looks a little bit more Shaky and it has a lot more eggs on it. So this one probably fits better into your, into your refrigerator. So there's a lot of different components that can go into that. But you can kind of see it a little bit better when you take a look at the media all stacked on top of each other and then also the pricing. So that is just basics click share and conversion share and ways you can kind of analyze that to see if there are ways that you can improve your listing to get some more click share and conversion share. So check it out and let us know what you think. Bradley Sutton: Alright, thank you very much, Carrie, for that training tip. I hope you guys enjoyed this episode. We'll see you guys next week to see what's buzzing.
Flakko and Destiny talk about the decline of the "manosphere", the Tates, Pearl vs Ethan H3, Aba & Preach, and more! ----- 00:00 Intro 0:49 Destiny on meeting Crip Mac for the first time 3:20 Flakko wants to be best friends with Destiny, Destiny says: "we're friendly but we don't know ** about each other" 4:43 Mr G* trying to find girls to talk about Destiny 7:15 Flakko says Tristan Tate is super charming and would probably forget he has allegations 8:40 If the Tate brothers are t****, Destiny wonders if he would still be friends with them 15:25 Fresh&Fit demonetized 16:30 Sneako getting canceled, are these people going too far? Destiny says there still should be a process of redemption with Youtube 17:16 Fresh&Fit beef with Aba & Preach 20:10 Destiny gives Myron his flowers for being a hard worker 22:09 Destiny says the red pill content as a whole is pretty damaging to society 24:24 Flakko used to be a fan of Fresh&Fit, until Myron did the "salute" 34:12 Pearl new campaign, all IQ tests are rigged to make women think they smart 35:39 Flakko stopped supporting Pearl 36:03 Pearl vs Ethan H3, he confronted her and destroyed her 37:40 Destiny vs Hasan 39:43 The debate with JQ, JQ made sure he was prepped on one specific topic that Destiny was less prepped on, Destiny fact-checked after the fact and realized JQ was wrong 44:33 Flakko calls out ____ for infiltrating the No Jumper sphere, playing mind games with Adam and the reddit to make himself look like he's a good person when he's actually responsible of the fall out No Jumper 46:57 IshowSpeed's livestream 50:37 Destiny and Sneako falling out again, Destiny explains his issue with him and explains specifically why he doesn't approve of him anymore 53:50 Destiny says Sneako just mimics whoever abrasive male he hangs out with 56:38 Flakko on making a video about a rapper, that rapper retaliated and doxed Flakko, Flakko went to the cops, found out more things about the rapper, and told the cops as well 57:30 Destiny goes in on Flakko for never watching The Wire lol: "How you gonna speak on Black experience and you never watched the Wire!" 57:55 Xena vs Sneako, Destiny told her not to do it that's not a good look for her 1:10:50 Destiny says he will NEVER get w a woman with a BBL 1:18:43 Flakko says Destiny is allegedly b* coz he's rich and bored 1:24:50 Beef with Zherka, Destiny says he's too wild and not a good friend, says he disrespects you online and asks if we're cool irl Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
ON this episode Frank and I talk about his PhD work on field guides and how they have influenced conservation. To hear a video with Frank on this topic watch this You Tube. We also talk about the recent ABA social media network called ABA Community. Check it out. For more info about Frank and this episode visit the blog post on BirdBanter.com Until next time, good birding and good day!
Join us for this episode focused on selecting developmentally appropriate, socially meaningful goals. We discuss the importance of understanding the skill repertoires that serve as pre-requisites for other meaningful outcomes, with emphasis on building toward safety and independence in adolescence and adulthood. The panel takes on a discussion of assent, compassionate care, and trauma inasmuch as how these issues are dividing the field and what we can do to move forward. To earn CEUs for listening, click here, log in or sign up, pay the CEU fee, + take the attendance verification to generate your certificate! Don't forget to subscribe and follow and leave us a rating and review Show Notes Good Learner Repertoires Facebook Group What You Need To Know About Motivation And Teaching Games: An In-Depth Analysis Teaching Good Learner Repertoires Teaching Advanced Learner Repertoires Whole Child Consulting
Join Jennifer Kulzer, Director of Global Digital Experience, and guest Eric Dell, President and CEO of the American Bakers Association, as they talk about the outlook for the baking industry and meeting consumer demands. Learn about the strategies that Eric and the ABA are using to engage with and diversify the industry in this NEW! episode of "A Fresh Perspective Podcast."
Karis Roberts is the executive director of the Asheville Brewers Alliance. They have been instrumental in the success of Asheville Beer Week, particularly the opening event. Karis has also collaborated with Mercy Urgent Care to provide affordable healthcare options for members of the alliance, including small businesses and professionals in the industry. She is passionate about promoting sustainable and fun events in the craft beverage scene in Asheville and believes that collaboration is key for growth. Karis's dedication to supporting the local community and fostering a thriving craft beverage industry has made her a respected figure in the field. In todays episode, Karis discusses having recently hosted the ABA's first alcohol management class with Mercy Urgent Care. This was an important initiative addressing the misconception that the ABA is just a drinking club or a "good old boy hangout." Highlighting the ABA is much more than that, Karis promotes education and believes in providing resources and training to support the breweries and other members of the community. The ABA is also filming these trainings to create a resource library with the goal of understanding the needs of the breweries and helping them thrive. "We just put on our first alcohol management class with Mercy Urgent Care."~Karis Roberts On Today's Episode:The Asheville Brewers Alliance recent Beer Week event and partnership with Mercy Urgent Care. The benefits of membership, upcoming events in Asheville, collaborations in the beer and alcohol industry. The growth and diversification of products in the brewing industry, and the innovation happening in the community. The importance of community support, healthcare during the pandemic, collaboration, and education in the craft beverage industry.The ABA's resource library of filmed trainings. Resources Mentioned:· Asheville Brewers Alliance· White Labs· Mercy Urgent Care Consuming the Craft Thanks for tuning into this week's episode of the Consuming the Craft Podcast, brought to you by AB Tech's Craft Beverage Institute of the Southeast. If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts. Apple Podcasts | GooglePlay Be sure to share your favorite episodes on social media to help us reach more craft beverage enthusiasts. To learn more about AB Tech and the Craft Beer Institute of the Southeast, visit our website.
ABA is all about data. Here, we dive into why measurement is so important and how to make sure we're taking and reporting accurate data. Two of the seven dimensions of ABA are to be effective and to be analytic. In other words, we want to make decisions based on subjectivity and something tangible, not just an opinion. This helps us assess whether we're making real progress with our students, if a program is really helping a family, if behaviors are decreasing, and so on. There's no right way to take data; however, the goal is to make sure it's not cumbersome. Before we get started, we have to take baseline data, and here we discuss what that process looks like. We talk about how data helps us analyze problem behaviors, how quickly our students are learning, and whether we have to modify a program. We also discuss how to decrease data collection overwhelm, how to choose appropriate collection methods, and how to analyze and understand data.What's Inside:How to make our measurement and data collection effectiveThe importance of taking baseline dataHow to decrease data collection overwhelmMentioned In This Episode:HowToABA.com/joinHow to ABA on YouTubeFind us on FacebookFollow us on InstagramFree ABC Data Sheet
In a recent podcast episode, Rafael engaged in a captivating conversation with Dave Coffaro, an authority in strategy, change leadership, and organizational growth. Dave stressed the importance of agility in leadership and the need for organizations to adapt swiftly in today's dynamic business landscape. His insights are a valuable resource for navigating change successfully. I had an amazing conversation with Dave Coffaro for our podcast, and I'm excited to share the incredible insights he provided. Dave, an expert in strategy, change leadership, and organizational growth, delivered valuable wisdom during our chat. Dave serves as a Principal of the Strategic Advisory Consulting Group. Dave works with service businesses, financial services, academic insurance professional service firms, and nonprofits in refining and redesigning their future state to achieve accelerating growth, more favorable economics, or both. His work also includes serving as interim CEO for organizations in transition. Dave is also published and has a number of articles and blogs that are published in SmartBrief on leadership, the American Management Association Journal, Board Leadership, and the ABA banking journal, to name a few. Dave is also an author and his latest book is Leading from Zero: Seven Essential Elements of Earning Relevance. Dave begins by highlighting that leadership extends beyond the C-suite; it's a quality that can be exhibited by individuals at all levels within an organization. It involves making choices, bringing innovative ideas to the forefront, and positively influencing the organization. He emphasizes the importance of leveraging competencies, recognizing your organization's strengths, and seeking partnerships that complement those strengths. The goal is to adapt and evolve while remaining true to your core competencies. Dave introduces the concept of organizational agility, a vital attribute in today's rapidly changing business landscape. This agility involves continuously monitoring both internal and external changes, interpreting their implications, and swiftly adapting. Change leadership isn't a side project; it's integral to the core business. He presents McKinsey's definition of organizational agility, which underscores the ability to reconfigure strategy, structure, processes, people, and technology to seize value-creating and value-protecting opportunities. Our discussion delves into how the pandemic accelerated the need for agility in financial institutions. Legacy systems are now challenged by agile fintech startups, and regulatory agencies are embracing innovation. This adaptability is essential to staying competitive. Dave underscores the significance of adopting a holistic perspective within organizations. Breaking down silos and viewing the organization as a living entity rather than a rigid machine allows for quicker responses to change and optimal resource allocation. In summary, Dave Coffaro's insights on leadership, agility, and organizational growth are invaluable in today's dynamic business environment. The conversation serves as a reminder that agility and adaptability are core competencies that organizations and individuals should cultivate. Listen to the full podcast episode to delve deeper into these transformative ideas.
In this episode, Ann discusses the confusion and debate surrounding the use of the job titles "legal assistant" and "paralegal." While the ABA now distinguishes between paralegals and legal assistants, there is still inconsistency in how these titles are used by different organizations and law firms. Anne also highlights the differences in educational requirements, skills, and salaries between paralegals and legal assistants. Don't forget to visit the website for additional resources and stay tuned for the upcoming episode on paralegal management. Key Takeaways: The ABA updated its definition of a paralegal in 2020, distinguishing it from a legal assistant. Paralegals typically require a minimum of an associate's degree and a paralegal certificate, while legal assistants may not have specific educational requirements. Paralegals often have more in-depth legal knowledge and perform substantive legal work, while legal assistants focus on administrative tasks. The use of the titles "paralegal" and "legal assistant" varies among organizations and law firms, leading to confusion for clients and the general public. Are you a paralegal who wants to skip the learning curve and kickstart your career? The Paralegal Boot Camp offers online courses to fast-track your paralegal career, including a course on how to master your attention to detail. View our course offerings. https://paralegal-bootcamp.thinkific.com. For more resources, visit our podcast page and blog.
It's an honor to have another Kansas Jayhawk legend on this show. Dave Robisch is in the house! The former ABA and NBA player shares his journey with hoops with some great stories from our favorite era of basketball!Dave Robisch is one of the best players to ever wear a Jayhawk uniform. His number 40 is retired and for good reason. Robisch is a 2x Big Eight Player of the Year, 3x First-Team All Big Eight and is in the Kansas Sports HOF. He went on to be the 44th overall pick by the Boston Celtics in the 1971 NBA Draft and had a great career in both the ABA and NBA. Robisch shares great stories about his time at Kansas, Jo Jo White, Bud Stallworth, Coach Ted Owens, NCAA tournament experience, journey to ABA, NBA & leagues merging, Oscar Robertson, Mel Daniels, Moses Malone, Julius Erving, Larry Brown, Fatty Taylor and MUCH more!This was honor to have Dave on our show today. This era of basketball is so special with all of the amazing players and history from the ABA that must be recognized so this episode has great meaning to us. Awesome stories shared in this one. You do NOT want to miss this episode! Thank you Dave Robisch!You can find this episode on Apple, Spotify or any source for podcasts.Follow us on social media for news, updates and highlight reels!Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/notin.myhouse.79Instagram- @Not_in_my_house_podcastTwitter - @NOTINMYHOUSEpc
This Episode we catch up with Fred about what his been up to , Casitas , Castaic, The ABA and hid guide service Check out Vikingheads @https://vikingheads.com Check out Phenix Rods https://phenixrods.com to see all models mentioned in this episode Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this eightieth very lightly produced installment of Barnards on the NBA, dad Matt and 12-year old son Emilio are back to continue their discussion of the best lineups one could put together of NBA and ABA players who attended specific colleges and universities. This episode features Emilio determining which players make up the best starting lineup and seven-man bench he can from among the BAA/ABA/NBA players who attended Long Island University. Matt responds with his picks from this Northeast Conference member and they compare notes on their selections and discuss other players they considered. Which players who hooped it up in the shadow of the legendary Clair Bee made our lineups? Give us a listen and find out! And let us know what you think about what we're up to. We can be reached at email@example.com.
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This week, we are joined by Dr. Claudia Dozier, a Professor in the Department of Applied Behavioral Science at the University of Kansas. With a bachelor's degree from Florida State University, a master's degree from the University of Nevada, Reno, and a doctoral degree from the University of Florida, Dr. Dozier brings a wealth of knowledge to our discussion. Dr. Dozier's research areas include assessment, treatment, and prevention of behavior disorders, as well as schedules of reinforcement. In recognition of her dedication, Dr. Dozier received the Steeples Service to Kansans Award in 2020 for her outstanding contributions to the people of Kansas. Notably, she and her colleagues recently secured a $2.5 million federal grant to provide telehealth services to families with children with autism who engage in disruptive repetitive behavior. Today's episode will focus on the intriguing topic of synchronous schedules of reinforcement. Resources: Harper, A. M., Dozier, C. L., Briggs, A. M., Diaz de Villegas, S., Ackerlund Brandt, J. A., & Jowett Hirst, E. S. (2021). Preference for and reinforcing efficacy of different types of attention in preschool children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 54(3), 882-902. https://doi.org/10.1002/jaba.814 Diaz de Villegas, S. C., Dozier, C. L., Jess, R. L., & Foley, E. A. (2020). An evaluation of synchronous reinforcement for increasing on-task behavior in preschool children. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 53(3), 1660-1673. https://doi.org/10.1002/jaba.696 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Autism weekly is now found on all of the major listening apps including apple podcasts, google podcasts, stitcher, Spotify, amazon music, and more. Subscribe to be notified when we post a new podcast. Autism weekly is produced by ABS Kids. ABS Kids is proud to provide diagnostic assessments and ABA therapy to children with developmental delays like Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can learn more about ABS and the Autism Weekly podcast by visiting abskids.com.
This podcast episode explores the potential of games to support neurodiverse populations. We define games and discuss their essential attributes. Examples are provided of how games have been successfully incorporated into ABA therapy for autistic individuals to build skills and engagement. We discuss the future possibilities for the nexus of games, and AI to create adaptable, empowering experiences uniquely suited to different neurotypes. Researchers see promise in using data-driven, personalized games to complement traditional interventions. To earn CEUs for listening, click here, log in or sign up, pay the CEU fee, + take the attendance verification to generate your certificate! Don't forget to subscribe and follow and leave us a rating and review. Show Notes References E. Justin Page, Ph.D., BCBA-D, LBS firstname.lastname@example.org Contact for Simcoach Games: https://www.simcoachgames.com/contact Or Email at: email@example.com
This week we've got bona-fide ABA business owner and BCBA supervisor, Kim Heald, joining the show to discuss scaling up your supervision systems within your organization. And, if that wasn't enough, Kim shares a new type of business behavior assessment and gives us our results. Can you guess which one scores the highest in loud-mouthed jerkitude? This episode is available for 1.0 SUPERVISION CEU. Articles discussed this episode: Predictive Index, LLC (2020). The Predictive Index: The science behind the Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment. Sellers, T.P., Valentino, A.L., LeBlanc, L.A. (2016). Recommended practices for individual supervision of aspiring behavior analysts. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 9, 274-286. doi: 10.1007/s40617-016-0110-7 If you're interested in ordering CEs for listening to this episode, click here to go to the store page. You'll need to enter your name, BCBA #, and the two episode secret code words to complete the purchase. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.
¿Alguna vez te has preguntado cómo es la vida de una familia con niños con necesidades especiales? Acompáñanos, Keisy, Karla y yo, en nuestro podcast 'Changuita Free Zone', mientras exploramos nuestras vidas cotidianas, los desafíos y las recompensas de criar a nuestros hijos con ADHD y autismo. Compartimos nuestras historias personales, desde las primeras señales que notamos en nuestros hijos, hasta cómo fue recibir su diagnóstico y la búsqueda incesante de información y recursos para ayudarles a prosperar.En esta charla íntima, karla comparte la importancia de ser escuchados por los profesionales médicos y cómo su diagnóstico de autismo para Jacob fue un alivio. Te llevamos al corazón de la aventura que es obtener un diagnóstico y cómo avanzar para obtener el tratamiento necesario. También, revelamos detalles sobre nuestros aprendizajes con el programa de terapia de comportamiento ABA y ofrecemos algunos consejos valiosos para encontrar los centros de terapia adecuados.Nuestra conversación no se queda solo en Puerto Rico, sino que se expande a experiencias de familias en USA enfrentando desafíos similares. Dialogamos sobre la escasez de recursos para el autismo en Puerto Rico y cómo encontrar información importante en español. Te prometemos que este episodio será un viaje lleno de amor, paciencia y comprensión, mientras compartimos nuestras experiencias y consejos para ayudar a otras familias que se encuentran en situaciones similares.
Working with clients is only one aspect of our job. Communicating with parents and making sure they feel comfortable with us is another key skill to master. Here, we provide insights and guidance into how to do this effectively. The most communication with parents is typically through a paraprofessional, ABA therapist, teacher, or support staff. They have the most interaction with both students and parents, so it's important that any messaging come across as caring and attentive. Even something as simple as starting off a conversation with something personal and positive makes a big difference.Asking parents about their communication preferences is key as well. Some parents prefer minimal communication, while others require more details and frequent touches. We discuss how to place parameters and boundaries around parental communication and how to maintain a balance. We also talk about how to keep things simple, how to communicate changes in scheduling or staffing, and why it's important to keep your main focus on the student.What's Inside:How to improve your communication with parents,How to set communication parameters and maintain a balance,The importance of communicating changes to scheduling and staffing,Mentioned In This Episode:HowToABA.com/joinHow to ABA on YouTubeFind us on FacebookFollow us on InstagramFree Parent Communication Log
"E tomou Consigo a Pedro, e a Tiago, e a João, e começou a ter pavor, e a angustiar-Se. E disse-lhes: A Minha alma está profundamente triste até a morte; ficai aqui, e vigiai. E, tendo ido um pouco mais adiante, prostrou-Se em terra; e orou para que, se fosse possível, passasse dEle aquela hora. E disse: Aba, Pai, todas as coisas te são possíveis; afasta de Mim este cálice; não seja, porém, o que Eu quero, mas o que Tu queres. " Marcos 14:33-36
Employee resource groups have become an important part of diversity, equity and inclusion strategies at larger companies. On the latest episode of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast — presented by Servbank — two bank leaders explore how the ERGs provided by ABA for bankers to benefit from this kind of resource at banks that may not be large enough to host an ERG in-house. Among other topics, Latia Coleman and Krys Lassiter, who lead ABA's Black Bankers ERG for African-American bankers and allies, provide tips on: Creating spaces that help all people feel included, learn, grow and be more authentic. How ERGs can be used at banks of all sizes. Tools and resources offered by ABA's Black Bankers ERG, including education, DEI best practices, public speaking and mentorship. The importance of allyship in making ERGs successful. Join an ABA ERG or peer group.
This week we are back with part 2 of our conversation with Johanna Staubitz, also known as Joey, who is an assistant professor of the practice in Vanderbilt University's Department of Special Education. Last Week Recap Topics The contrast between physical guidance and strictness in teaching methods. The importance of building a strong relationship with students or adults when trying to teach or effect behavior change. The need to establish trust and vulnerability in the exchange of information. Identifying tangible goals that matter to the teacher or adult involved. The use of communication skill teaching, such as Functional Communication Training (FCT), to help students express their needs effectively. Anchoring the process to long-term goals, even when certain procedures seem odd. The existence of a "peace corner" in classrooms, which can be used as a starting point for teaching choice and communication. Joey's experience as a former special education teacher and school-based behavior analyst guides her approach to practitioner preparation and scientific inquiry. She's also a researcher who focuses on adapting and evaluating intervention procedures to support the social, emotional, and academic skills of children with emotional and behavioral disorders in special education settings. Today we will be discussing Adapting Assessment and Intervention Procedures for Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. Download to learn more! Resources: LinkedIn: (28) Johanna Staubitz | LinkedIn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Autism weekly is now found on all of the major listening apps including apple podcasts, google podcasts, stitcher, Spotify, amazon music, and more. Subscribe to be notified when we post a new podcast. Autism weekly is produced by ABS Kids. ABS Kids is proud to provide diagnostic assessments and ABA therapy to children with developmental delays like Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can learn more about ABS and the Autism Weekly podcast by visiting abskids.com.
In this seventy-ninth very lightly produced installment of Barnards on the NBA, dad Matt and 12-year old son Emilio make their long-awaited return to continue their discussion of the best lineups one could put together of NBA and ABA players - but this time they're looking at players born in a particular country. This episode features Emilio determining which players make up the best starting lineup and seven-man bench he can from among the NBA players born in Lithuania. Matt responds with his picks from this Baltic republic and they compare notes on their selections and discuss other players they considered. Which players who hooped it up on the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea made our lineups? Give us a listen and find out! And let us know what you think about what we're up to. We can be reached at email@example.com.
In this episode, we are speaking with board certified behavior analyst, Andrea Mathews, M.Ed. cofounded Family Framing: Autism Resources and Consulting with the goal of creating tailored coaching sessions and materials for parents so they can implement changes that fit their needs, home, child and lifestyle. Key Points: Intro: 00:24 What got you interested in the autism field? 01:03 What is ABA? 04:13 What is your approach to coaching families with autistic children? 06:27 What is a recent success story? 09:32 Why are you the best option for parents who are looking for assistance with their autistic child? 13:16 Four Go-To Questions 15:54: 1. Who and what inspires you? 2. What is something you wished you knew when you were younger? 3. What's the essential part of your daily routine? 4. Best advice you've ever received Last words 23:21 Connect with Andrea: Website: https://www.familyframingautism.com/ Podcast: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/family-framing-autism-resources-consulting/id1668930435 Instagram: autismfamilyframing Facebook: Family Framing: Autism Resources & Consulting The Francy Life - Not Your Momma's Podcast Available Here: Apple Spotify Check Cristina Francy Out: Blog: https://cristinafrancy.com/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/notyourmommas.podcast Amazon Store Front: https://www.amazon.com/shop/notyourmommas.podcast Email for collaborations: firstname.lastname@example.org ABOUT THE FRANCY LIFE- NOT YOUR MOMMA'S PODCAST I'm here to help empower women and pull back the curtain on expert's advice for every area of our lives. Through a series of interviews, we will tackle everything from eating for wellness, the best advice for littles, fashion and style, and everything in between. Get ready to get real. This is NOT YOUR MOMMA'S PODCAST. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/thefrancylife/support --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thefrancylife/support
It's a random time for Random Birds, the American Birding Podcast segment with Birding editor Ted Floyd that involves host Nate Swick, a big bird list, and a random number generator. We never know exactly what we're going to get, but you'll always get a lot of great bird facts, stories, and appreciation. This session includes a smorgasbord of birds, with ducks, terns, thrushes, and more all making an appearance. Also, we're excited to announce another ABA webinar featuring author and former podcast guest Rebecca Heisman! ABA members can join us on ABA Community. Subscribe to the podcast at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts and please leave a rating or a review if you are so inclined! We appreciate it!
Join Jennifer Kulzer, Director of Global Digital Experience, and guest Robb MacKie with Kansas State University's Food Innovation Center project as they discuss the challenges of food-related workforce development. Learn about the technical skill requirements in the food industry and the importance of storytelling to attract talent in this NEW! episode of "A Fresh Perspective Podcast."
In this week's episode, the ladies sit down with Michelle Zeman, MA, BCBA, LBA. Michelle talks about her experience growing up and accepting her diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. She also discusses working within the field of ABA as an autistic adult. This is an episode worth listening to. @theautisticbehavioranalyst The Safe Space Podcast CEU Workshop Autistic Cultural Competency from an Autistic BCBA's Lens through @verbalbeginnings on October 25 3:00PM-5:00PM EST --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/magali-torres8/support
Working in this field, whether as an SLP, BCBA, or both, can be isolating, and meeting CEU requirements can be overwhelming and feel pointless. The Autism Connection CEU Membership is a professional development community to help SLPs and BCBAs make meaningful progress with autistic learners. Those already a part of the community have called it a positive space to learn and grow.What can you expect from the membership?-Every new member will receive 1 on 1 onboarding with me, Rose Griffin.-A path tailored for seasoned professionals and those brand new to the field.-Monthly live ASHA and ACE approved CEUs.-Monthly Live Q&A.-A cataloged CEU library.Expect to see topics such as Group Therapy, AAC Assessments, Navigating IEPs with Ethics and Confidence, The Power of Joint Attention, Goal Setting Across the Lifespan, and I will also be leading an Intro to ABA series. This membership community is launching NOW! Join before September 19th, during the founders launch, and receive these benefits:-Free Advanced Language Learner Course – $297 value-Join Annual for $197 first year + Double Up and Leisure Vocabulary Game - 35% savings-Join Monthly for $20 for the first 6 months and $30 per month for the following months. I cannot wait to have you a part of our community so that together we can make the most difference in our autistic clients' lives.#autism #speectherapyWhat's Inside:What is the Autism Connection Membership?What kind of CEU topics will the membership include?Great deals for Founding Members.Real reviews from members of the Autism Connection Membership Community.Mentioned In This Episode:Membership - ABA Speech
RBTs, paraprofessionals, therapists, and aides all work with our learners every single day. We're introducing a brand-new training course called the Bx Blueprint and it's been created specifically for these roles. Onboarding new staff takes up a considerable amount of our time as ABA professionals and can often be overwhelming for both new hires and managers. However, our staff is our biggest resource, and we have to put the time in to train them properly.The Bx Blueprint includes everything you need for onboarding and beyond. New staff members want to learn and see their learners succeed but often don't have the support. The Bx Blueprint eases the burden on BCBAs and walks new staff through all the common terminology and techniques used day to day. In the course, we cover the basics of ABA, including reinforcement, pairing, data collection, and teaching. In this episode, we also discuss who would benefit the most from our new program.What's Inside:Why it's so important to properly onboard new staffDetails on our new course, the Bx BlueprintWho benefits from the Bx BlueprintMentioned In This Episode:HowToABA.com/joinHow to ABA on YouTubeFind us on FacebookFollow us on Instagram
Yvette Borja and Jehan Laner Romero discuss an ABA report looking at attrition rates for women of color lawyers in corporate firms over time, consider how nonprofits can better support, train, and mentor women of color lawyers, and share their current roles as lawyers and what drew them to these jobs.To support the podcast, become a patron: https://patreon.com/radiocachimbonaFollow @radiocachimbona on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook Read the ABA report discussed here: https://www.americanbar.org/groups/diversity/women/publications/perspectives/2020/july/report-women-color-lawyers-lands-during-national-reckoning-race/
Fiona Schaeffer, a prominent antitrust lawyer, has taken on the big job of leading the ABA Antitrust Law Section in 2023-24. In this episode, co-hosts Alicia Downey and Anora Wang interview Fiona about her goals for the year and the initiatives she is leading to explore the relationship between antitrust and consumer protection law and sustainability, as well as the impact of artificial intelligence on the law and the legal profession. Listen to this episode to get to know Fiona and, as a bonus, meet Anne Catherine Faye, the first economist appointed to serve in the important role of Counsel to the Chair. With special guests: Fiona Schaeffer, Milbank LLP and Anne Catherine Faye, Analysis Group Related Links: Upcoming ABA Antitrust Law Section events Hosted by: Alicia Downey, Downey Law LLC and Anora Wang, Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP
This week, we are joined by Johanna Staubitz, also known as Joey, who is an assistant professor of the practice in Vanderbilt University's Department of Special Education. Joey's experience as a former special education teacher and school-based behavior analyst guides her approach to practitioner preparation and scientific inquiry. She's also a researcher who focuses on adapting and evaluating intervention procedures to support the social, emotional, and academic skills of children with emotional and behavioral disorders in special education settings. Today we will be discussing Adapting Assessment and Intervention Procedures for Children with Emotional and Behavioral Disorders. Download to learn more! Resources: LinkedIn: (28) Johanna Staubitz | LinkedIn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Autism weekly is now found on all of the major listening apps including apple podcasts, google podcasts, stitcher, Spotify, amazon music, and more. Subscribe to be notified when we post a new podcast. Autism weekly is produced by ABS Kids. ABS Kids is proud to provide diagnostic assessments and ABA therapy to children with developmental delays like Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can learn more about ABS and the Autism Weekly podcast by visiting abskids.com.
There's a lot going on in the innovation space in banking. On the season seven premiere of the ABA Banking Journal Podcast — presented by Servbank — ABA SVP Brooke Ybarra provides an overview of hot issues in the fintech space, including generative AI solutions like ChatGPT. For example, she explores potential use cases for a wide range of generative AI solutions in banks as well as how generative AI can be leveraged by bad actors. Ybarra also talks about ABA's new partnership with the Nashville-based Project Fintech accelerator and how that partnership, along with ABA's longstanding venture investment strategy, help banks access the most promising early-stage technologies. She also previews the pre-conference Innovation Forum at ABA's Annual Convention. Register for Annual Convention.
Powered by Eaton Financial Group: where their motto is to live well, work hard and give generously. Under the leadership of Doug Eaton - Eaton provides counsel to its family of clients on complex financial issues, delivering a high level of proactive care and customized financial plans that meet each client's individual needs. The firm specializes in assisting women who handle household financial planning, by acting in a fiduciary capacity – meaning your best interests are their first priority. For a relaxed and no obligation cup of coffee and second opinion – live or virtually – visit eatonfinancialgroup.com to set an appointment. This week's episode features Frances Fishman, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst who does ABA differently. She is also a mom of 3 young children, originally from Toronto, Canada, who moved a year ago to Boca Raton to expand her business, The Play Base. Her goal is to help as many children, families, and educators as possible and change the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. Her team offers a play-based, child-centered, child-led, and adult-guided approach to ABA, which incorporates mindfulness, mental health, a holistic view of the individual, and a deep connection as the root and key to their approach in ABA. With over 14 years of experience in behavior modification in the home, community, and educational settings, and being a mother of 3, Frances has developed a skill set and a perspective that has allowed her tremendous success with her team and client base. Her goal is to support the growth and development and instill confidence and a sense of self in as many children, parents, caregivers, educators, and therapists as she can because we can flourish when we feel loved, seen, heard, and respected. Resources mentioned: Man's Search for Meaning Topics we cover: What is ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) and how The Play Base does it differently. Who can benefit from, and the misconceptions of ABA therapy. How parents can incorporate some of the different approaches at home. How The Knowledge Base supports families. Finding grace for ourselves when we don't always handle things the way we know we should. Her journey from Toronto to Boca Raton, FL Connect with Frances at www.us.theplaybase.com , The Play Base (@theplaybase) • Instagram photos and videos , Connect with Nicole and The Motherhood Village at: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/the.motherhood.village1/ YouTube: The Motherhood Village - YouTube LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicolegcumberbatch/ Website: https://www.themotherhoodvillage.com/ Loved this episode? Leave a review and rating here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-motherhood-village-podcast/id1487274178
EVERYBODY LOVE EVERYBODY. There've been some classic Will Ferrell movies over the years: Step Brothers, Anchorman, Talledega Nights, The Other Guys. But one movie that often gets overlooked is Semi-Pro, the "semi" true story of the ABA merging with the NBA in the late 70s. Mike & Neil are excited to talk about one of their favourite comedies of all time and one that they saw in a nearly empty theatre together over spring break in 2008. 15 years later the boys agrees it still holds up although it certainly has it's issues. Nonetheless this comedy featuring the likes of Woody Harrelson, Will Arnett and yes even Andre 3000 of Outkast boasts a great soundtrack, hilarious scenes, and even a few dunks. SOMEBODY HIT SOMEBODY!
Rob and Diana are sad to end summer vacation but are beyond pumped to start Supervision September! All the episodes you need to complete your Supervision CE requirements are here including: a Supervision Book Club on “Results” by Dr. John Austin, running awesome meetings, setting up supervision for your organization (w/ ABA boss, Kim Heald), and a review of Sellers et al., 2016 from so many different angles. Plus, a look into the deep, dark recesses of the supervisory mind of ABA Inside Track. Articles for September 2023 Planning and Running Awesome Meetings Francisco, J.M. (2007). How to create and facilitate meetings that matter. The Information Management Journal, 41, 54-58. https://link.gale.com/apps/doc/A183551055/AONE?u=mlin_oweb&sid=googleScholar&xid=c7a4bd2e LeBlanc, L.A. & Nosik, M.R. (2019). Planning and leading effective meetings. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 12, 696-708. doi: 10.1007/s40617-019-00330-z Sellers, T.P, Valentino, A.L., & LeBlanc, L.A. (2016). Recommended practices for individual supervision of aspiring behavior analysts. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 9, 274-286. doi: 10.1007/s40617-016-0110-7 Setting Up Effective Supervision Systems w/ Kim Heald Predictive Index, LLC (2020). The Predictive Index: The science behind the Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment. Sellers, T.P., Valentino, A.L., LeBlanc, L.A. (2016). Recommended practices for individual supervision of aspiring behavior analysts. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 9, 274-286. doi: 10.1007/s40617-016-0110-7 Results Book Club Austin, J. (2023). Results: The science-based approach to better productivity, profitability, and safety. Reaching Results.
Today I am talking to a “unicorn”. Ashley Whitaker is one of the 505 (at the time of this recording) dually certified SLP/BCBAs! Ashley has been in the field for 10 years and shares her path to certification.Ashley started her undergrad with the idea to become a teacher after a lifelong passion for helping kids learn. When her roommate suggested a course in speech, the rest was history. Shortly after her career began, she was exposed to ABA and began her journey to BCBA certification.As prep for the exam, Ashley recorded herself reading The Cooper Book summaries and relistened to them during her commute, as well as taking mock exams and using the ABA Wizard App. If you're listening and interested in becoming a BCBA, remember that the requirements are always changing, so be sure to download the BCBA handbook for the latest information. I actually met Ashley through ABA Speech, and she is a part of the new ABA Speech Connection CEU Membership. Her experience has shown it is a like minded group of professionals and a collaborative community. With the membership, Ashley has found a place to ask questions and learn in a non judgmental space.As always, I want you to leave this episode with actionable tips to use in your therapy room. Listen to the end to see how Ashley uses Essentials for Living as a framework in her practice.#autism #speechtherapyWhat's Inside:The career path of an SLP/BCBA.Study and prep for the BCBA exam.What is the ABA SPEECH Connection CEU Membership?Tips for using frameworks in your everyday practice.Mentioned In This Episode:Learn more about the ABA SPEECH Connection CEU Membership and Joint Attention on September 12th at 8-9pm eastern and September 13th at 8-9pm eastern.
Tiny Guidry is the owner of Clinician with a Mission. We first connected with Tina during the pandemic, and we hosted a joint webinar together all about telehealth and setting ourselves up for success. She started her career back in the ‘90's when she became an advocate for her son, who received a mood disorder diagnosis. Tina's true passion is helping people with disabilities, specifically, mental health. She's also published research along with some of her professors and eventually became “accidentally self-employed” as a consultant. Today, Tina's focus is on clinical supervision, case consultations, leadership training, and mentorship. She's always on the forefront of what's next, and here, we chat with her about her passion for advocacy and how other people can find their place. We discuss values-based care and why it's so important for BCBAs to master it. Tina also shares insights into her own business and how it's growing, information on her membership program, and advice for new BCBAs and established professionals looking to branch out.We're hosting an upcoming webinar with Tina called Diversifying Your Practice to Include School Contracts. Mark your calendars for Wednesday, September 20th at 12pm EST. What's Inside:How Tina built and grew a successful consulting career. Information on Tina's membership program and our upcoming webinar.Advice for established professionals and new BCBAs.Mentioned In This Episode:HowToABA.com/joinHow to ABA on YouTubeFind us on FacebookFollow us on InstagramClinician with a Mission websitetinaguidryBCBA@gmail.com
Teaching your music students about form doesn't have to be as dull as just labelling the sections ABA. In this episode, we discuss fun and engaging ways to teach form.Find out more about membership at vibrantmusicteaching.com.
In this episode, we talk about our recent visit with Bryce's "Autism Doctor" along with his latest source of anxiety. We give thanks to the many listeners who have left us reviews and provided encouragement to continue to share our journey through our podcast. Bryce wanted to come onto the podcast to share with the listeners that he got a new iPad at the Apple Store which was a big highlight for him. The link below is available that will allow listeners to support the Parenting Autism podcast expenses as well help with the publishing of our book that is currently with our editor (Parenting Autism: The Early Years). Our goal is to have it edited and published by the end of 2023. Support the showBryce is a funny, mechanical, HAPPY little guy who was diagnosed with autism at age two and is now nine years old. His pure joy makes this world a much better place!We are humbled and honored to follow our calling and be Autism Ambassadors while helping others understand our world a little more than they did before listening to the podcast. We also feel called to bring light to a community that has experienced dark days after the "diagnosis". (Luke 1:79) You can follow us on our Parenting Autism Youtube Channel (Parenting Autism Show) and our Facebook & Instagram pages to see stories, pictures, and videos of our autism journey. You can also contact us through Facebook, Instagram, or by email: email@example.com. Support the show
In today's episode I speak with Hilary Gerzhoy who is a Vice Chair of HWG LLP's Legal Ethics and Malpractice group where she focuses her work on legal ethics, white collar defense, and complex civil litigation. She has represented lawyers before various disciplinary bodies at both state and federal levels, including the USPTO's Office of Enrollment and Discipline and the DOJ's Office of Professional Responsibility. Hilary is deeply involved in the legal community. She is the Vice Chair of the D.C. Bar Rules of Professional Conduct Review Committee, she is on the ABA's Ethics and Professional Responsibility Committee, and she is on the DC Circuit Admissions and Grievances Committee. Hilary uses her expertise in legal ethics to teach as an adjunct professor of professional responsibility at Georgetown Law (Hoya Saxa) and she is also a regular author in the legal and popular press on topics related to legal ethics. Hilary earned her JD from the University of California Berkeley School of Law and her BA from the University of Chicago. In our conversation we discuss her path to the law, the unique nature of legal ethics and malpractice work, what it is like to be a lawyer representing lawyers, her public facing writing and publishing, the importance of her volunteer work serving legal organizations and on bar committees, and more. This episode is sponsored, edited, and engineered by LawPods, a professional podcast production company for busy attorneys.
This week, we are joined by Dr. Annette Estes, the director of the UW Autism Center and a licensed psychologist in the state of Washington. Dr. Estes is committed to clinical services, research, and training to improve the lives of individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families across the lifespan. Today, we will be discussing sleep in autism and NIH-funded research studying sleep; possible sex differences in sleep, and caregiver strategies to support sleep in autistic children. Dr. Estes is the principal investigator on two intervention studies for very young children with early signs of autism, and she is also co-principal investigator with Dr. Stephen Dager of the University of Washington site of the Infant Brain Imaging Study network. Download to learn more! Resources: How much sleep do you really need?. National Sleep Foundation. (2021, February 15). https://www.thensf.org/how-many-hours-of-sleep-do-you-reallyneed/ What is sleep quality? National Sleep Foundation. (2020, November 1). https://www.thensf.org/what-is-sleep-quality/ At the UW Autism Center we have a recorded webinar for providers on Sleep and Autism as well as groups for parents to learn more about supporting their children. www.uwautism.org Vanderbilt Toolkit for Sleep Problems and ASD https://vkc.mc.vanderbilt.edu/assets/files/resources/sleepasd.pdf . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Autism weekly is now found on all of the major listening apps including apple podcasts, google podcasts, stitcher, Spotify, amazon music, and more. Subscribe to be notified when we post a new podcast. Autism weekly is produced by ABS Kids. ABS Kids is proud to provide diagnostic assessments and ABA therapy to children with developmental delays like Autism Spectrum Disorder. You can learn more about ABS and the Autism Weekly podcast by visiting abskids.com.
After more than six years of quiet obsession over the attorneys and other legal pros who appear on The Bachelor and Bachelorette, Pro Say brings you an exclusive interview with one such contestant. We're joined this week by Mayer Brown associate James Pierce, who was one of roughly two dozen suitors vying for the affections of Charity Lawson on the most recent season of the Bachelorette. James dishes on what his BigLaw bosses thought of his detour into reality television, how his legal training informed his time on the show, and what his life has been like since returning to the real world. Also this week, the ABA hits back against attacks on law firm diversity programs, and 3M settles the largest mass tort litigation in U.S. history for $6 billion, while also advancing a $12.5 billion settlement in another case….all on the same day.
My guest today, Lorri Unumb needs no introduction. Lorri is a mother of three, an autism mom, a lawyer, an autism advocate, and an absolute dynamo in the field. Be sure to check out her long list of achievements in the guest bio for this episode!We are talking about something so important and impactful for families everywhere who have an autism diagnosis: insurance. In 2003 when Lorri's youngest, Ryan, was diagnosed ABA was not a covered treatment even though it was evidence based and crucial to his opportunity to reach his highest potential. Full time ABA therapy for Ryan's needs would run $70,000+ annually. And they weren't the only family dealing with this. While Lorri's family could make it work, paying full price for therapy was not ideal and for some families this would simply not be possible. So in 2005 she got to work writing a bill that would require insurance coverage for all evidence based autism treatments to include ABA. And after a 2 year journey what became known as “Ryan's Law” was passed in 2007. Autism Speaks reached out to employ Lorri and she then spent the next decade replicating this law across the country, finally passing in the 50th state in 2019.Lorri also shares about her role in the Council for Autism Service Providers, a collaborative organization of providers working and learning together from across the country. And as an autism mom herself she has some great advice for parents facing new diagnosis: “It gets better”.#autism #speechtherapyWhat's Inside:How insurance for autism treatment has changed in the last 20 years.What is Ryan's Law?The impact of high cost and uncovered autism treatment for families.What is the Council of Autism Service Providers?Advice for autism parents.Mentioned In This Episode:Council of Autism Service ProvidersThe Autism Law SummitLearn more about the ABA SPEECH Connection CEU Membership and Joint Attention on September 12th at 8-9pm eastern (https://us02web.zoom.us/j/835049703570) and September 13th at 8-9pm eastern. (https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86200908099)
Scott Greytak of Transparency International U.S. joins the podcast to talk about the many loopholes that permit U.S. lawyers to work for criminal actors as they exploit the U.S. financial system. He brings us up-to-date on the ABA's recent change to its Model Rules of Professional Conduct and when we'll see the ENABLERS Act revisited.