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2023 BC-ABA Annual General Meeting
 The 2023 BC-ABA Annual General Meeting date has not been announced.
 

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Call for Papers

The Call for Papers for the 15th Annual 2023 BC Association for Behaviour Analysis (BC-ABA) Conference will be announced soon!

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BC-ABA 2023 STUDENT GRANTS

Information regarding BC-ABA’s 2023 Student Funding Initiatives will be announced soon! 

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We want you to join the BC ABA Board!

BC ABA is looking for individuals to join the board of directors for the 2023-2025 term!

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Call for Papers Submission Information 15th Annual BC-ABA Conference 

The Call for Papers for the 15th Annual 2023 BC Association for Behaviour Analysis (BC-ABA) Conference will be announced soon! Once announced, submission information will be provided.

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BC-ABA Statement on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI)

BC-ABA stands in solidarity with the Black community, Indigenous peoples, immigrants, the LGBTQ+ community, women, all people of colour and individuals with minority status against all forms of racism, hatred, bigotry and discrimination. 

To read our statement on DEI, click “read more”

BC-ABA Statement Re: Changes to ASD Funding

BC-ABA Board Members wrote to Premier Horgan and Minister Dean to express concerns with the provincial autism funding program changes announced on October 27th, 2021.

A copy of this letter can be found by clicking “read more”

Response to MCFD’s Guidelines on Virtual Care

BC-ABA Board Members have submitted a formal response to the Ministry of Children and Families (MCFD) Guidelines for Virtual Care Providers dated April 8th, 2020.

A copy of this letter can be found by clicking “read more”

Resources from our June 11 Anti-Racism Training

We, as a board and members of this community, are dedicated to continuing to learn about how we can support all members of our community. The list provided is a representation of the resources that were shared in one of our recent workshops.

We hope you find these links as helpful as we did.

Survey on Webinar Topics

BC-ABA will be offering webinars on topics relevant to membership. The survey is currently closed. 

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