19th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support. April 13-16, 2022

Exhibitors

Brookes Publishing

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At Brookes, we believe that all children deserve to meet their potential—and that positive behavior interventions and support helps them get there. A trusted independent publisher for 40+ years, we bring you practical, research-based resources from today’s top behavior experts. We’ll help you strengthen social-emotional skills and resolve even the toughest behavior challenges, so all children can learn more effectively.

Email: mallred@brookespublishing.com
Address: PO Box 10624
Baltimore, MD 21285
Tel: 800-638-3775
Website: https://brookespublishing.com/

Check & Connect

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Check & Connect (C&C) is an evidence-based tier 2-3 intervention designed to enhance student engagement at school and with learning for students in grades K-12. C&C is the only dropout prevention intervention reviewed by U.S. Department of Education’s What Works Clearinghouse to show positive effects for staying in school.

Contact: checkandconnect@umn.edu
Address: University of Minnesota
Check & Connect, Institute on Community Integration
2025 East River Parkway
Minneapolis, MN 55414
Phone: 866-434-0010 (toll free)
Web: checkandconnect.umn.edu/

Classcraft

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Relationships are everything. A positive approach to behavior that inspires educators and motivates learners.

Email: sales@classcraft.com
Address: 220-165 Wellington N
Sherbrooke, QC J1H5B9
Tel: 1-888-992-8101

KOI Education

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KOI Education provides research-based Knowledge, Outcomes, and Impact to the education community through our professional learning services and products. We have been collaborating with educators in elementary, secondary, urban, suburban, rural, and Native American schools for over 10 years on over 70 topics. Our partner schools show measurable improvement in student behavior and academic performance as well as increased staff satisfaction and retention.

Email: corina@koi-education.com
Address: 99 E Virginia Ave Ste 120
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Tel: 480-420-6564

Mascot Junction

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Mascot Junction helps schools make their PBIS programs more engaging with custom designed posters, banners and signs that features the school mascot presenting visual examples of targeted positive behaviors. Everything is customized with the school's PBIS theme/acronym, wording, colors and mascot.

E-mail: Dave@mascotjunction.com
Address: 684 SE Bayberry Lane, Suite 105
Lee’s Summit, MO 64063
Tel: 816-916-1377

The National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations

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The National Center for Pyramid Model Innovations supports the capacity of state systems and local programs to implement the Pyramid Model for Supporting Social Emotional Competence in Infants and Young Children (Pyramid Model), an early childhood multi-tiered system of support, with the goal of improving the social, emotional, and behavioral outcomes of young children with, and at risk for, developmental disabilities or delays.

Email: sipayton@usf.edu
Address: 13301 Bruce B Downs Blvd, 2113A
Tampa, FL 33613
Tel: 8139747502

Partners in Learning

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We create and deliver original eye-catching, high-impact graphics and powerful visual options that build fidelity, reinforce your PBIS matrix, emphasize behavior expectations by settings and communicate core values for all to see. We help brand, launch, scale and sustain PBIS school-wide! If your hallways could talk… What would they say?

Email: Tom@k12branding.com
Address: 9865 Mesa Rim Rd, Ste 203
San Diego, CA 92121
Tel: 800-544-0844
Website: PBIS-Custom-graphics.com

QBS Inc.

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QBS provides quality behavioral solutions to complex behavioral problems. Using evidence-based procedures supported by decades of scientific research in the field of applied behavior analysis, QBS offers crisis prevention and behavioral training for residential and day treatment programs, psychiatric hospitals, schools, nursing facilities, families and agencies who provide services to adults, children, or adolescents.

E-mail: edampf@QBS.com
Address: 49 Plain St
N Attleboro, MA 02760
Tel: 508-316-4223

School Life

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Help Your Students Flourish.
Create an Environment that Promotes Positive Behavior.
For over 25 years, School Life has developed products and solutions to help teachers and administrators support and grow the social and emotional health of students. Our positive Brag Tags are the #1 most effective tool to motivate, incentivize, and acknowledge positive behavior in all students, including those disabled or underrepresented. PBIS Brag Tags are as low as $0.12 each, perfect for any budget.

E-mail: kim@schoollife.com
Address: PO Box 1876
Camarillo, CA
Tel: 877-773-7705

South County SELPA

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The Equity, Disproportionality & Design Project, operated by the South County SELPA, is a team of educators who are passionate about equity in schools. Our mission is to design services that reflect the diverse cultures of our school communities. Visit equityanddesign.com to learn how we can partner for equity.

Email: Adrianne.bautista@sdcoe.net
Address: 680 L St., Ste E
Chula Vista, CA 91911
Tel: 858-290-5848

PBISApps

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PBISApps is a not-for-profit organization at the University of Oregon supporting educators to create more effective, equitable learning environments for all students through high-quality data systems and training. Our apps empower educators to make data-driven decisions in real time for the best student outcomes: The SWIS Suite, PBIS Assessment, and PBIS Evaluation.

E-mail: support@pbisapps.org
Address: 1235 University of Oregon
Eugene, OR 97403
Tel: 855-455-8194

West Love

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WEST LOVE Color and Culture is the premiere community artisan visual arts exhibitor of linen and silk artwear and textiles.

Email: westloveltd@aol.com
Address: 4153 5th Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90008
Tel: 323-839-1670

APBS 2022 Information for Exhibitors

Become an Exhibitor

The Association for Positive Behavior Support (APBS) is announcing the 19th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support (PBS), The Expanding World of PBS: Science, Values, & Vision to be held in San Diego, CA, April 13-16, 2022. 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 1100 conference participants attended the 2021 virtual conference. We expect our numbers to exceed this for the 2022 conference at the Manchester Grand Hyatt, April 13-16, 2022

The exhibit package includes: A draped six foot table, one full conference registration, and the opportunity to upload materials into the exhibitor portion of the conference virtual platform and the conference mobile app.

Table top exhibits at the conference are available on a first come, first serve basis and are $850 per table for the entire conference. All that is needed to take advantage of this offer is to fill out the attached Table Top Application (.doc version) and the APBS Sponsorship Policy Agreement (.doc version) and return the documents to Ilene Page (add email), Conference Coordinator, as soon as possible.

Mail Exhibit Application and Sponsorship Agreement Documents to:

Ilene Page
APBS Event Planner
PO Box 328
Bloomsburg, PA 17815
ilene.page@apbs.org

Instructions for Shipping Materials to APBS 2022 and A/V Equipment Ordering

Shipping and Receiving

The Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego will only accept pre-paid packages. Any packages coming in C.O.D. will be refused by the hotel and no notification will be made by the hotel to the shipper. At the Manchester Grand Hyatt we ask that you follow these simple guidelines for shipping and receiving anything. All materials, literature, products etc. that are shipped to the Hotel for your group’s meeting should be sent to the following address:

MANCHESTER GRAND HYATT SAN DIEGO
YOUR NAME
One Market Place
San Diego, CA 92101
HOLD FOR: Your name, arrival date, and name of event

Packages

A handling and storage fee will apply for each package received by the hotel. The Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego shall not be liable for safe or timely arrival of any packages sent to the hotel by or for the group. It is the Group’s responsibility to check on the arrival of any packages and to check to insure that the contents are intact. The Manchester Grand Hyatt San Diego accepts no liability for lost, stolen or damaged goods.

Guest shipping services are provided by the FedEx Business Center located on the Lobby Level of Harbor Tower in the hotel. Packages can be sent out if they are brought to the FedEx Business Center before 3:30pm, Monday to Friday. Package supplies are also available for purchase at the FedEx Business Center.

If you need Audio/Visual equipment provided onsite, please consult the AV price guide and order form.