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REALIZING HUMAN POTENTIAL

Through individual behavior change analytics.

Chartlytics cloud based platform simplifies behavior measurement while standardizing visual analysis for real-time decision making to accelerate learning outcomes for all learners.

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Simplifying data collection

With precise pinpoints, you get data that finally makes sense. Chartlytics helps you create pinpoints that are easy to count and detect, saving time and avoiding frustration. Front-line staff can accurately record growth and reduction behavior on a digital, sharable chart.

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Standardizing decision making

Instantly see if your learner is on-track to reach their goals by using acceleration or deceleration aims. Celeration projections reveal whether the current intervention (or instruction) is working and on track to hit the target response. If not, staff can quickly and confidently respond. They may slice back to a component skill, or modify the schedule of reinforcement.

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Projecting outcomes

Make justification of services easier. Numbers like x2.1 (instead of approximations like “moderately increasing”) precisely state the rate of growth/decay and the effectiveness of an intervention. And the display shows when an intervention will be complete. Quantification gives you the power of transparency and accountability.

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Free Webinar with Dr. Richard Laitinen

Free Webinar with Dr. Richard Laitinen

Functional Curriculum Design for Language-Cognitive Habilitation: Engineering and Monitoring Complex Contingency Fields

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Following a brief review of the history of curriculum design the presentation will cover modern, behavior analytic design principles and technologies that provide a basis for a functional analysis of curriculum and which drive the production of generative learning outcomes. The presentation will also cover contributions to curricular design and outcome measurement from both Relational Frame Theory (RFT) and Precision Teaching (PT) perspectives.  

**1 BACB Type 2 CEU is available for FREE. with live attendance

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Integrating Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) into Behavior Analytic Service Models

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Behavioral repertoires that are free from the influence of problematic, rule-governed behavior can give way to behavior that is value-driven and focused on the present moment. Acceptance and Commitment Training (ACT) is a contemporary behavioral approach that focuses on several core processes involved in producing psychological flexibility and valued living. This session will show how ACT components focused on values, committed action, defusion and mindfulness can be implemented with consumers in behavior analytic service models.

**One [1] BACB Type 2 CEU is available for a small fee.

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