Leveraging Practice Management Technology

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About this Guide As an ABA therapy practice owner, you know how important it is to have a system in place to manage your patients, therapists, and schedules. Practice management software can help streamline your day-to-day operations, making it easier to stay organized and focused on delivering the best care possible to your clients. In […]

5 Benefits of Using ABA Practice Management Software

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As a provider of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, you know firsthand the importance of staying organized and on top of your caseload. With practice management software, you can streamline your workflow and better serve your clients.  What is ABA Practice Management?   Managing all the administrative and business operations of an ABA therapy organization is […]

California Bill AB 2581 – Less Delays, More Helping Families

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Are you a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Practice Owner in California who accepts health insurance? We have some GREAT news for you! On September 25, 2022, Governor Newsom announced the signing of California Bill AB 2581, which will increase access to mental health services by reducing credentialing delays for […]

5 Cyber Threats for Therapy Practices

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The rise of telehealth technology has opened up a world of possibilities for therapy practices. However, while offering remote therapy appointments has plenty of benefits, it’s also important to remember that there will always be certain threats where new tech is introduced. The number of cyber attacks against healthcare facilities has been steadily increasing in […]

The Key to Successful Talent Management Lies in Behavioral Health

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An innovative and analytical approach to behavioral well-being will be the defining factor between organizations that grow and those that stall. Industry leading companies share a powerful commonality, a skilled and driven labor force. Creating, growing, and guiding an organization that shapes landscapes requires dependable and knowledgeable employees that are attracted, developed, and maintained sustainably […]

Create a Culture around Receiving Feedback

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Many leaders I have worked with struggle with teaching managers to give feedback or even giving it themselves.  Perhaps a healthy dose of wisdom and life experience are needed to conjure up the confidence to give feedback to a team member that is supportive, helpful, and most importantly, well received.  Ask most people why they avoid it, […]

Easy Habits to Build Team Culture

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Usually we think of habits as bad things. The flip side is that creating good habits is hard and takes discipline. I often wonder why it is so easy to fall into bad habits, yet good habits are so difficult to come by! To establish good habits, I have found that they must be easy […]

Don’t Just Be Aware: Autism Acceptance Month

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April marks the start of Autism Acceptance Month, a 30-day advocacy campaign that aims to increase visibility, raise money, and share information about life as a person with autism. But the campaign didn’t start as an all-encompassing push for “Acceptance.” Moving From Autism Awareness to Autism Acceptance Originally, the month grew out of an “Autism […]

Using Technology to Build Team Culture (Even Remotely!)

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Whether you are using Zoom, GoToMeeting, Microsoft Teams or Google Hangouts, every platform offers similar tools that you can leverage to build team culture, which is especially important with so many employees working remotely due to COVID, or performing their jobs in geographically dispersed locations. With some planning, these tools can stimulate employee engagement, and […]

ABA Therapy Business Continuity Plan

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Amid economic volatility and the public health crisis, not all businesses are prepared. The daily grind of running an ABA therapy practice can keep your plate full, and the last thing you want to think about is building a business continuity plan.  As a business owner, being prepared is just as important as running your […]

Three Reasons Why Team Culture Matters

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Over the past two years, my team has experienced a lot of growth (from 20 to 100+ team members). Although we have always had a mix of remote and in-office employees, COVID has complicated this growth with all of our team working remotely. The combination of growth and fear of “losing touch” with people prompted […]

5 Reasons for Moving Away from Pencil & Paper (Manual) Documentation

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As therapists, we are well aware that change can be difficult for our clients and for us. Once we get accustomed to doing something one way, we typically prefer to keep things the same. However, we also know that adapting activities to make them easier and more efficient is a key to what we do […]

How to Start an ABA Therapy Practice & Clinic: A Step-By-Step Guide

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Due to the staggering impact of Covid-19, in 2020, the global autism spectrum disorder therapeutics has reached a whopping 3.6 billion US dollars. If you have dedicated your life and your career to providing your community with specialized ABA (Applied Behavioral Analysis) therapy services, you might consider taking your commitment to the next level. As […]

Free ABA Data Sheets & Forms – Updated 2022

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Free ABA Data Sheets & Forms At Rethink Behavioral Health, we offer all-in-one behavioral health solutions for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) providers. We believe that technology allows providers to grow quicker through efficiencies, but we understand some still prefer paper and pencil. At the end of the day, we want to be a resource for […]

5 Tips For Moving Away From Manual ABA Therapy Billing

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Whether you’re starting a new ABA therapy business or you’ve had one for a while, it’s tempting to default to paper or pencil when documenting things such as billing. It was originally the only way and can seem like the simplest way to keep track of things during the moment. The truth however is that […]

How to Prevent BCBA/RBT Burnout Yourself

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Whether you are new to the workplace or have been a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) for years, you’ve likely heard of the phrase “burned out”. Those working in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy are known to experience this phenomenon, along with those in many other industries, so it’s important […]

Ways to Reduce BCBA/RBT Turnover & Retention

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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy practices are constantly struggling with employee turnover, and it is an enormous cost to the business. The reality of this problem has created an increased interest in ways to reduce Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)/Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) turnover & retention. This blog post will provide information on effective strategies […]