APBS 2018 Conference
Attention APBS 2018 Presenters!
3/6/2018, 7:30:04 PM
Please send your presentation materials, including slides and handouts, to email@example.com by Monday, March 19th. Presentations received on or before March 19th are guaranteed to be available on the website and the conference mobile app before the conference begins.
Presentations received after March 19th will still be posted on the website and in the conference mobile app, without the pre-conference guarantee, but as soon as possible, in the order that they are received.
Please note your session number from the Agenda Program (available here - https://new.apbs.org/conference/agenda) when submitting materials. PDFs of your slides must be 6 slides per page and under 10MB in file size. We also accept slides in PowerPoint and Libre-, Open- presentation (.ppt, .pptx, .odp, etc. ) formats and can do the conversion on our end.
Final Version of the APBS 2018 Agenda Book Now Available!
12/14/2017, 5:17:30 PM
The APBS 2018 Agenda Book contains brief descriptions of pre- and post-conference workshops and presentation sessions, along with session time and location. Use the Agenda Book to plan your experience at the 15th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support, March 28-31, 2018 in San Diego, California! The final version of the APBS 2018 Agenda Book is now available. Click here to download a PDF version of the final version of the APBS 2018 conference agenda.
APBS 2018 Keynote Speaker Announced
6/19/2017, 2:34:49 PM
Anthony Biglan, PhD, is a Senior Scientist at Oregon Research Institute. His research over the past 30 years has helped to identify effective family, school, and community interventions to prevent the most common and costly problems of childhood and adolescence. Dr. Biglan is a former president of the Society for Prevention Research. He was a member of the Institute of Medicine Committee on Prevention, which released its report in 2009 documenting numerous evidence-based preventive interventions that can prevent multiple problems. His recent review of preventive interventions concluded that diverse psychological, behavioral, and health problems can be prevented through the promotion of nurturing families, schools, and communities. Read more on the APBS 2018 Keynote page.
APBS 2018 IDD Keynote Speaker Announced
6/19/2017, 2:29:35 PM
New Friday Session at APBS 2018!
Dr. Dennis Reid has over 40 years of experience as a clinician and supervisor in educational, residential, and community support settings for people with autism and intellectual disabilities, and has consulted with human service agencies in the majority of states of the United States as well as Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. He has published over 140 refereed journal articles and book chapters focusing on applied behavior analysis and authored or co-authored eight books. To find out more about Dr. Dennis Reid, visit the conference keynote page.