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APBS Statement on Racial Injustice

We stand united with individuals, families, communities, and organizations across the United States and around the world demanding fundamental institutional change to end systemic racism, police violence, and inequitable treatment of people that have been historically oppressed.

Read the entire APBS Statement on Racial Justice

APBS Positive Behavior Support at Home wins 2020 Gold Telly Award

APBS video: Positive Behavior Support at Home won a gold award at this year’s Telly Awards in the category of General Online.

APBS Student Network Webinar: How To Be a Productive Writer

Watch the APBS Student Network Webinar: How To Be a Productive Writer

Mental Health During COVID-19

In these confusing and unpredictable times, we should follow NASP (National Association of School Psychologists) and NASN (National Association of School Nurses) guidelines to support children “without causing undue alarm.”

Mental Health During COVID-19 (PDF)

The APBS Board of Directors endorses the Call for Action to Prevent Gun Violence in the United States of America

The APBS Board of Directors has endorsed the Call for Action to Prevent Gun Violence in the United States of America. Although APBS is not an advocacy group, the board understands the importance of the negative effects of gun violence in our communities, schools, families, and individuals. APBS is dedicated to implementing durable and evidence-based solutions to a range of problems in society.

Read the entire call for action to prevent gun violence in the United States of America

Shared Values and Guiding Principles of the Coalition of Behavioral Science Organizations

In the past few months, APBS has been actively engaged with colleagues from kindred behavioral science organizations in exploring the establishment of a Coalition of Behavioral Science Organizations.

Read more about the work APBS is doing to establish a Coalition of Behavior Science Organizations

Featured: APBS Interactive Tutorial: Individualized Positive Behavior Support, Dr. Meme Hieneman

This interactive tutorial provides an overview of individualized positive behavior support through three case studies. Learn about Tori, Manny, and Elliott's experience with positive behavior support, listen to detailed narratives, and participate in brief quizzes to test your knowledge.

Go to the interactive webinar on Indivdualized Positive Behavior Support