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FAQs

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FAQs

Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) positions

Paid training, competency testing, and RBT exam fees are all covered by CCABA!
We combine a 40hr course with a personalized training designed by our very own training team.
Yes, local commuting is required if you have clients in multiple settings (ie home(s) and clinic). Your commute time from client-to-client is covered by CCABA.
If you are a rising senior or recent graduate from a 4-year college or university (or higher degree), you are eligible to apply for this position. We encourage all undergraduate students to reach out if they would like to pursue a career in ABA as we provide many resources regarding professional advancement.
Student supervision, professional development, paid time off, medical/dental (for employees scheduled for 30+hrs/week)
Yes! We have a top-notch student supervision program with dedicated, highly trained student supervisors. Students also have the opportunity to be promoted into our CCABA Apprentice Program, for further development and preparedness for the BCBA role.
We have limited internship opportunities for undergraduates but can serve as a practicum site (and provide student supervision/mentorships) to graduate students enrolled in an ABA graduate program.

Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) positions

Our expectations are that the BCBAs are providing high-quality oversight at a frequency that is in line with the recommendations by the BACB and APBA. The guidelines suggest that, on average, there should be a minimum of 2 hours of case supervision per every 10 hours of direct treatment. This may include program modification, parent & caregiver training, plan of care creation, RBT program instruction and other types of case-specific services. The amount of supervision is based on the clinical recommendations of the BCBA and should be individualized to that client’s need. The BCBAs are held accountable for the quality of their services and clinical outcomes resulting from their care. CCABA strongly believes that appropriate rates of case supervision and program modification are critical to the success of the child and team.
Yes! CCABA is an ACE provider and has a number of CE events scheduled each quarter. BCBAs also have the opportunity to engage in state/ national conferences and attend additional in-house professional learning events. We highly value professional development and strive to create an environment where our team is always learning and growing!
CCABA takes a very behavior-analytic approach to all of our roles, outlining the competencies that are matched to each position. Our BCBAs are paired with a mentor who helps them identify the areas of potential growth and works with them to develop those new skill sets. Competencies align with opportunities for advancement and additional compensation. Our organization’s rapid growth comes hand-in-hand with further opportunities for further growth and development of our team members. Our goal as an organization is to prepare you for the roles that you want so that you are ready for them when the opportunity arises!
We typically serve children from 18 months- 18 years of age, occasionally up to 21 year of age depending on payor guidelines.
CentralReach is currently CCABA’s platform of choice for data collection and clinical record-keeping. All team members are given an account in the system for delivering, analyzing and documenting their services. All CCABA clinicians are also provided access to CentralReach’s full catalog of available training and professional development content and full CE library, free of charge.
BCBAs complete their service documentation and convert their time in CentralReach, but they do not bill insurance directly. We have an exceptional team of professionals in our operations department and they do a fantastic job of allowing the clinicians to spend their time on what they do best – providing outstanding quality clinical care!