Keepin' It 100 (KI100) is a practical web series designed to help parents and practitioners learn and apply the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Keepin' It 100 is designed to be a series of 100 videos, each roughly 100 seconds in length.
Organizational Behavior Management (OBM)
How do we help our employees achieve their FULL potential? Is it possible to be productive and have FUN doing so? Learn how OBM impacts our workforce while also learning more about how it can revolutionize yours!
Learning Applied Behavior Analysis
What is the Relevance of Behavior Rule? Why do teachers use marble jars in their classrooms? Learn and stay up to date with some of the greatest information out there on Applied Behavior Analysis!
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Get the latest info about what's going on at Cultivate! Here you'll read through information on our latest endeavors, and exciting things that are always happening within our organization!
The Autism Speaks' WALK and the Autism Society's AutFest are just a couple events we love to be involved with! We believe its important to support the autism community by helping raise dollars and awareness.
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Selecting the Right ABA Provider
The definition of rigid refers to this inability to change or adapt. Most often, the word rigid is a "negative" characteristic or term. In reference to an ABA program, I'd absolutely agree that rigid programs and models lead to learner failure and I'll share why in this post.
Cultivate @ Autism Speaks WALK
It was such a pleasure to spend time with everyone during the 2017 Autism Speaks Austin Walk! We really enjoyed going out there to show our support for the families that have been impacted by the autism spectrum disorder. Whether you have a diagnosis, you are a friend/relative of someone on the spectrum, or you work with someone with ASD, it was great to see you all come together and show Austin what support is really about!