The Mission of the ABA and PT Podcast is to record and document the work and journeys of major contributors to ABA and Precision Teaching, and thereby stand for incorporating standard measurement and the use of the standard celeration chart into our work and lives. Our pledge is to honour those who have dedicated their life to this field such that my daughter and those that need it, benefit from science and all our field has discovered, that is at risk of getting lost. And the bottom line is that we all need it.
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Dr. Hank Pennypacker, a pioneer in the Science of Human Behavior, shared profound insights about the standard celeration chart in amongst the many wisdoms he describtes in this podcast. Despite its limited adoption, he emphasized the immeasurable val... more
In this episode, we take a quick side step from ABA to talk about one of the most hotly debated issues in the US right now and one that Precision Teacher Abigail Calkin writes about in her book, The Carolyne Letters; A Story of Birth, Abortion, and A... more
Be prepared for Dr. Kimberly Berens’ extraordinarily important message regarding learning disabilities! more
Mandy has turned her podcast into a living history of Precision Teaching and it’s early practitioners and leaders. She is a wonderful interviewer and provides so much warmth to these podcasts that they are like sitting down and chatting with these various thought leaders. Amazing ideas from Elizabeth Haughton and Clay Starlin, and the strong voice of Michael Maloney, who, along with Eric Haughton mixed Direct Instruction and Precision Teaching to launch the most effective instruction practices, ... more
Great guests from the early days of behavior therapy, Perfect Learning, and other FOR’s. I’ve been in peds for over 20 years and I enjoy hearing the success stories, the challenges from all angles, from what was groundbreaking treatment across various settings from the 1940 (earlier?) onwards. Capturing and sharing these clinician’s, researcher’s, and teacher’s experiences are a good thing. Plus I like a good story and history. I found the podcast through a continuing education session. The pres... more
As a current OTD student, and BCBA graduate student, I have a passion for both OT and ABA. I have said for years as an RBT how vital it is for these two fields to collaborate with each other and to use evidence based practice to best support those impacted by autism. I have received so much push back, and to see these two amazing women describe with evidence the positive impact of collaborating with each other makes my heart so happy. Their research is evidence based, and they demonstrate the ut... more
Mandy and Aditi go the extra mile to research the topics they talk about. They are trying to bridge two very different worlds and they do so by bringing in their expertise and trying to learn from one another. There is great chemistry between them which makes this an enjoyable podcast for anyone in the health fields. Recommended.
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