CONTENT AREA E: Develop Systems and Support
Work with families.
Manage funding and resources.
Maintain public and professional relations.
CONTENT AREA F: Implement Curricula
Use existing curricula.
Develop a scope and sequence across domains.
CONTENT AREA G: Non-Behavior Analytic Interventions
Differentiate behavior analytic from non-behavior analytic interventions.
Research best available scientific evidence on non-behavior analytic interventions.
Critically evaluate the evidence regarding effectiveness, efficacy, and side effects of a non-behavior analytic intervention (including documented or potential interference with behavior analytic intervention).
Educate consumers about risks and benefits of alternative interventions and combinations of interventions.
Educate other professionals and organizations (e.g., school districts, government, insurance companies) about risks and benefits of alternative interventions and combinations of interventions.
CONTENT AREA H: Implement Safe and Effective Emergency Procedures
Understand the philosophy and behavior analytic considerations when considering the use of emergency procedures (e.g., risks and benefits).
Develop and use emergency procedures.
Use physical and non-physical emergency management techniques.
CONTENT AREA I: Use Research to Design, Implement, and Evaluate Behavior Analytic Interventions for Persons with Autism
Search and evaluate the relevant literature.
Critically evaluate studies and reviews using scientific rules of evidence, considering efficacy, effectiveness, efficiency, side effects, and limitations.
Maintain a community that encourages keeping up to date on research developments.
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