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Employers have much responsibility when it comes to taking care of their employees. From setting up 401K’s, providing on-going training, to building a culture of excellence. While each is equally important, health programs are often missing. Our overall health fluctuates day-to-day, and if it is not taken care of, it will slowly deteriorate.
After a hiatus, Chauntae Gold is joined by fellow BCBA & Fitness Coach, Trina Mendoza, as they speak about social issues within the health and fitness space. For more from these two amazing women, follow them on instagram!
I recently read a trifold from a fitness company describing the benefits of productivity to office workers. The message was basically this: “If you are an employer reading this pamphlet, then you, the employer, should buy a membership for your employees with the US.” …suggesting that when unhealthy workers turn into healthy workers, you can expect an increase in productivity as well.
Lawyers frequently must become knowledgeable about science and medicine to present scientific evidence in the courtroom. In this course, join Mr. Kodsi as he discusses the laws surrounding health benefits for children with autism in the state of Florida. This course aims to discuss what Florida health benefits were like prior to the year 2008. Subsequently, Mr. Kodsi then talks about the significance of several cases that have led to the development of present-day Florida laws regarding health benefits for individuals with autism.
Operant Innovations 042 | Student Perspective - Health, Sports, and Fitness: An Interview with Sharayah Tai
We are lucky, at ABA Tech, to employ Student Interns looking to gain non-clinical experience. In today's episode, Maddie interviews a PhD student conducting research in health, sports, and fitness at the University of South Florida. For questions: Maddie Duke - firstname.lastname@example.org
“I think having 50 million students as a target for impact is by definition a socially important setting.” Ronnie Detrich, PhD
The first installment in The Path to Gold Series! Join Chauntae Gold as she dives into the term "habit" and how it has become the new buzz word throughout the fitness industry, where our health as a society is heading, and the science on how poor habits are formed.
Professional burnout can cause numerous negative health outcomes, such as increased risk for diabetes, headaches, hospitalization for cardiovascular disease, and pain-related disabilities. Read more about burnout here!
Within certain areas of healthcare, it has been documented that treating clients with compassion and empathy can have important benefits, such as increasing patient satisfaction, enhancing treatment adherence, and improving clinical outcomes. Additionally, areas of psychology and mental health treatment have long recognized the value of the therapeutic relationship in treatment success. Behavior analysts have recently begun to articulate the importance of attending to relationships in our clinical work. For example, Taylor, LeBlanc, and Nosik (2019) proposed that engaging in compassionate and empathic responses with caregivers may enhance clients' clinical outcomes. Leblanc, Taylor, & Marchese (2019) proposed graduate programs incorporate training in these skills. This dynamic six-part webinar series will focus on emerging research in behavior analysis in building therapeutic relationships with caregivers, the skills to build these relationships, and strategies to strengthen these relationships over time. Video examples and activities will illustrate practical strategies for empathic, collaborative relationships with caregivers.
Social distancing to many public health leaders and politician
Behavior analysis has made a name for itself in the areas of developmental disabilities, mental health, and autism. Though less known in other fields, behavior analysis has a history of thriving in business, healthcare, education, animal training, and climate change. Where ever behavior is occurring, behavior analysts are found putting the tried-and-true tools of our science to work.
What makes a great team leader that inspires others? Learn more about the top skills that team leaders should possess by reading here!
Dangerous behavior simply can’t be ignored. The person engaging in it is going to either hurt herself or someone else if it continues. Saying that is easy, knowing what to do about it is a rabbit hole. At what point does the behavior become more than “disruptive” and cross the “dangerous” threshold?