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.