New York State

Association for

Behavior Analysis










26th Annual Conference

Registration Now Open!!!!

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October 1 & 2, 2015

The Desmond Hotel


Workshops September 30th

Conference rate of $139 for a single or double room until September 23rd, 2015

Hotel Reservation Information Here!


V. Mark Durand and Jim Johnston


Invited Speakers

Gina Green, Melissa Nosik, Judith Ursitti, Jill Pettinger,

Bob LaRue, Richard Serna, Mary McDonald


NYSABA Social – bring your dancing shoes!

DJ, cash bar

October 1st from 9:00 pm to 1:00 am


Sponsored in part by:

The ElIJA School          The Summit Center          All About Kids

Springbrook          Ensure Billing, Inc.          Caldwell University

Ulster-Greene ARC          Portia International        Crossroads Center for Children




In response to several recent fatal accidents in New York state related to wandering, The New York State Association for Behavior Analysis is releasing a brief article on wandering in persons with Autism. The article provides an overview of current knowledge, a summary of research findings, and some practice tips. 



 Elopement of children with Autism: 

What we know, successful interventions, and practical tips for parents and caregivers



These guidelines were prepared by Heather Walker, NYSABA marketing chair, and David McAdam, NYSABA, educational chair. Correspondence can be sent to David McAdam at

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