17th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support. The Expanding World of PBS: Science, Values, and Vision. March 11-14, 2020 | Hyatt Regency Miami.

Conference Supporters for the 17th International Conference on Positive Behavior Support

The McDowell Institute for Teacher Excellence in Positive Behavior Support: College of Education at Bloomsburg University

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The McDowell Institute for Teacher Excellence in Positive Behavior Support at Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania was established within the College of Education to prepare future educators to become fluent in comprehension and application of Positive Behavior Interventions and Supports (PBIS). Additionally, successful advancement of pre-service teachers is fostered via the Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) ensuring consistent standards for professionalism and achievement among education majors. The McDowell Institute provides educators with strategies, practices and experiences to effectively support the academic, social and emotional growth of all students.

website: www.bloomu.edu/mcdowell

The Florida Center for Inclusive Communities (FCIC) at the University of South Florida

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The FCIC provides leadership in research and evaluation, theory, policy, capacity building, and practice, the FCIC is committed to developing a range of supports and services in the areas of community supports, early childhood,education with an emphasis in Positive Behavior Support, employment, health, and interdisciplinary training.

Website: FCIC Website

Fraser

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Fraser is a guiding star to navigate autism, mental health and special needs at every stage of life. We provide education, healthcare, housing, employment, and support services that allow each person to live life to the fullest potential, from birth through adulthood.

Website: fraser.org

IRIS Educational Media

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IRIS Educational Media is a national leader in the development of PBIS training materials to improve the lives of families and K-12 school communities through professional development. IRIS Ed has been putting the “positive” in PBIS since 1999. Visit irised.com to learn more.

Website: www.irised.com
tel: 813-974-7502

May Institute

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May Institute (MI) is a nonprofit organization that is a national leader in the field of applied behavior analysis and positive behavior interventions and supports. The MI primarily serves individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities, brain injury and neurobehavioral disorders, and other special needs through its schools and other programs.

Website: mayinstitute.org
Website: www.nationalautismcenter.org

University of Missouri College of Education

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Since 1867, the College of Education at the University of Missouri has led innovations to improve the quality of life in Missouri and beyond. The College of Education generates research and outreach solutions that enhance the lives of children, families, and communities and provides professional development, consulting, tools, and coaching to strengthen organizations and schools. We collaborate with others to overcome challenges in education and focus on creating an inclusive and caring environment where all feel welcome.

Website: education.missouri.edu

Department of Special Education and Child Development, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

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The Department of Special Education and Child Development at UNC Charlotte prepares highly effective and ethical professionals who have a positive impact on children, youth, families, community, and schools and who are successful in urban and other diverse settings. The department accomplishes this mission through teaching, research, and community engagement that lead to improved practice and by working in partnership with schools, communities, and university colleagues.

web: spcd.uncc.edu