Aaron Bevacqua, MS, BCBA

Instructional Designer and Program Coordinator

Aaron Bevacqua

Aaron Bevacqua earned his Master of Science from Florida Institute of Technology and his B.A. from Rollins College. Since 2007, he has applied the principles of behavior analysis with a wide range of individuals, from children and adults with developmental delays to student-athletes and teachers in mainstream education. As a clinical supervisor, he guided ABA graduate students in conducting assessments and managing caseloads. Additionally, he developed systems to monitor and improve treatment fidelity and clinical outcomes and created competency-based training for technicians new to the field.  

Aaron’s research areas include assessing treatments for escape-maintained problem behavior, as well as the effects of a response-card system in the general-education setting. In his current role with ABA Technologies, Inc., he works as a curriculum and instruction specialist designing and delivering online instruction to students seeking certification in behavior analysis.

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Civil Unrest: Putting Us in Touch with Our Humanity

As behavior analysts, we are specifically trained to find functional alternatives to ongoing issues. We are frequently called on when a child or an adult becomes overly aggressive, either towards themselves or others. All too often, before we arrive, a pattern has already been established: a person (or group) has calmly, subtly asked for help, and they were ignored. Then they became a little more…
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