Assoication for Positive Behavior Support. 7th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support. March 25-27, 2010 St. Louis MO. The Expanding World of PBS: Science, Values and Vision

Exhibitors Information

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The Association for Positive Behavior Support (APBS) is announcing the Seventh International Conference on Positive Behavior Support (PBS), The Expanding World of PBS: Science, Values, & Vision to be held in St. Louis, Missouri, March 25-27 2010 at the Hyatt Regency St. Louis at The Arch. As you know, the use of positive behavior interventions and supports (PBIS) is a provision of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act that addresses the support of children with disabilities and challenging behavior in public schools. This provision arose from extensive and successful research for the past two decades.

APBS evolved from the ideas of some of the most prominent researchers in the field who passionately believed in the advancement of positive behavior support. Thus, APBS strives to expand the application of this approach internationally across culturally and ethnically diverse children, adolescents, and adults with problem behavior.

APBS believes that exhibitors will continue to significantly benefit from participating in this conference. Over 1200 conference participants attended the 2009 conference in Jacksonvillle at the Hyatt Regency Jacksonville Riverfront. That is an astounding number of attendees for a young organization. We expect our numbers to exceed 1,400 for the 2010 conference in St. Louis Missouri, March 25-27, 2010.

Tables at the conference are available on a first come, first serve basis and are $775 per table for the entire conference, with a $50 discount available for APBS Corporate Associate Member companies. All that is needed to take advantage of this offer is to fill out the Table Top Application and the APBS Sponsorship Policy Agreement and return them to the Conference Coordinator ASAP.

Association for Positive Behavior Support
Attn: Ilene Page
5516 Aspen
Houston, TX 77081

If you need to ship exhibit materials to the Hyatt prior to your arrival, please note the following:

Packages can be received no more than three days prior to the event.
There will be a small charge for all packages shipped to the hotel.
Each package must be clearly marked with the following:

Attn: Exhibitor/Vendor's Name
Booth Name or #:
Group: Assn for Positive Behavior Support
Room Name: Grand Ballroom Foyer
Box ___ of ___

Mail to: Hyatt Regency at The Arch
315 Chestnut Street
St. Louis, MO 63102

Exhibits are not supplied with audio visual equipment, Internet access or electrical power. For those needing such A/Vequipment or Internet access, please download the A/V Request Form and fax it to (314) 342-4686 or email it to For those needing electrical power or banners placed, please download the Electrical Request Form and email the form to Regina Dodge. The APBS Conference is not responsible for the cost of these additional items.

Exhibitor Schedule

Wednesday, March 24

3:00 pm – 5:00 pm                   Exhibitor Registration and tabletop set-up

Thursday, March 25

7:30 am – 5:00 pm                   Exhibits Open

Friday, March 26

8:00 am – 4:00 pm                   Exhibits Open
4:00 pm – Midnight                  Exhibitor Dismantling

All tabletop displays should be set up prior to 5:00 pm Wednesday, March 24.

List of Exhibitors

Behaven Kids

Behaven Kids is a behavioral day treatment program for young children, ages 2-8, with severe and chronic behavior problems. Nationally, the preschool expulsion rate is more than three times the rate found among K-12 students (Gilliam, 2005.) Stop by and learn about the possibilities of owning a Behaven Kids franchise.

8922 Cumming St.
Omaha, NE 68114
Phone: 402-926-4373
Fax: 402-926-3898

Behavior Management Systems LLC

Behavior Management Systems LLC provides schools with online tools that allow them to report, administer, and analyze positive and negative behaviors in the classroom. Though it is a powerful data tool, it also includes tools for streamlining referrals, rewarding students and communicating with parents. This year we added tools for individual teachers. http//

9025 E 21st Street
Tucson, AZ 85710
Phone: 520-971-9091
Fax: 520-296-8827

Brookes Publishing Co.

For over 30 years, Brookes Publishing has been a leading provider of resources on behavior, disabilities, autism, education, child development, early intervention, communication, language and mental health. An independent company, Brookes Publishing is headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland.

PO Box 10624
Baltimore, MD 21285
Phone: 410.377.9580
Fax: 443.279.0016

Cambium Learning Sopris

Cambium Learning® Sopris is part of the leading educational company focused exclusively on serving the needs of at-risk and special student populations. Committed to evidence-based practices, Cambium Learning Sopris delivers programs and services that are proven effective for struggling students.

4093 Specialty Pl
Longmont, CO 80504
Phone: 720-494-4105
Fax: 785-936-2067

Crisis Prevention Institute

Since 1980, the Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI) has been training educators to safely manage disruptive and assaultive behavior. To date, more than 5.4 million individuals have participated in CPI's Nonviolent Crisis Intervention ® training program. CPI also offers on-site training, DVDs, posters and books.

3315-H North 124th St
Brookfield, WI 53005
Phone: 800-558-8976
Fax: 262-783-5906
Email: is a privately held development company that specializes in software services that improve the management of student behavior. Stop by our booth for a demonstration of the Discipline Service - a powerful and affordable software solution that manages all aspects of your discipline referral process!

P.O. Box 2453
Tallahassee, FL 32316
Phone: 850-322-3481

Iris Media, Inc.

Iris Media, Inc. specializes in the development of training programs related to health and behavior in schools. Iris Media's product line is research-based and created for K-12 education, special education, and parent training. Multi-media and on-line training programs are designed to serve our client's needs for continuing education and professional development.

258 E 10th Ave
Eugene, OR 97401
Phone: 541.343.4747
Fax: 541.683.4335


Origins, since 1979, has had a mission to promote an equitable and humane multicultural democracy through quality education for all. Origins created and provided nationwide training for the DEVELOPMENTAL DESIGNS FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL teaching method. We also train elementary teachers in the Midwest region in The Responsive Classroom best practices.

3805 Grand Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55409
Phone: 612-822-3422
Fax: 612-822-3585


Pearson offers effective assessment and intervention tools for school professionals to help them achieve successful outcomes. Our assessments that align with the PBS process are BASC-2 BESS (Behavioral and Emotional Screening System) and SSiS social skills screeners, progress monitoring tools, and intervention guides for documenting behavior and social skill development.

19500 Bulverde Road
San Antonio, TX 78259
Phone: 1-800-627-7271 or direct 210-627-7271

Psychological Software Solutions

Psychological Software Solutions was founded by educators dedicated to working cooperatively with school districts to develop a better pathway to improving student behavior. PSS employs a behavioral management software, Review 360, which acts as an expert behavior coach and behavior tracking system that can be used across multiple tiers of intervention.

4119 Montrose Blvd., Suite 500
Houston, TX 77006
Phone: 713-965-6941
Fax: 713-965-6943

Public Consulting Group, Inc.

PCG Education helps schools, school districts, and state departments of education to maximize resources, achieve their performance goals, and improve student outcomes. With 20 years of K-12 consulting experience, we help educators to improve their decision making processes and achieve measurable results.

148 State Street, 18th Floor
Boston, MA 02169
Phone: 617.426.2026
Fax: 617.426.4632

Read Naturally: Reading Solutions for Struggling Readers

Read Naturally provides supplemental reading programs for struggling readers. The flagship program has successfully improved reading fluency and comprehension skills in students nationwide for over 18 years by combining teacher-modeling, repeated reading, and progress monitoring. Read Naturally also provides programs for reading assessment, phonics, vocabulary, and ELL students.

2945 Lone Oak Drive, Suite 190
St. Paul, MN 55121
Phone: 800-788-4085
Fax: 651-452-9204

Responsive Classroom

The Responsive Classroom® approach to elementary teaching emphasizes social, emotional, and academic growth in strong, safe school communities. Children learn the self-control that minimizes behavior problems and maximizes independent learning. Print and video resources, workshops, on-site consulting.

85 Avenue A, Ste 204
Turner Falls, MA 01376
Phone: 800.360.6332 x124
Fax: 413.863.8310

Rethink Autism

Rethink Autism makes effective and affordable treatment tools available to parents and professionals everywhere. Our web-based program provides an individualized ABA-based curriculum for the child or individual, hundreds of dynamic instructional videos or best practice teaching interactions, step-by-step training modules, automated progress tracking and online professional support.

19 W 21st Street, Ste 403
New York, NW 10010
Phone: 646-257-2919 x202 Fax: 646-257-2926

Teamwork Solutions, Inc.

The Teamwork Discipline Tracking System is a browser based application designed to track, manage and report on student discipline events including the entire suspension/expulsion process. It provides an intuitive interface that can be accessed from any web browser or from handheld devices.

5005 Horizons Dr., Ste200
Columbus, OH 43220
Phone: 614-884-4290
Fax: 614-457-8200

Thompson Center for Autism & Neurodevelopmental Disorders

The Thompson Center provides diagnostic, assessment, clinical and treatment services for children thru young adults with or suspected of having an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We provide quality care to families affected by Autism, and over 30 research projects to help families find answers to the mystery of Autism.

300 Portland
Columbia, MO 65023
Phone: 888-720-0015
Fax: 573-884-0405