Rachel and Rose founded Supervision Academy, LLC to fulfill a professional need in the global ABA community.  Supervision Academy provides remote-based supervision for those pursuing BCBA or BCaBA certification.  Using a virtual, individualized and team-based approach, Supervision Academy is a training agency that provides access to high quality supervision to professionals seeking certification that may not have access to local or within agency supervisors; or those wanting additional training too.

Rose Griffin, M.A. CCC/SLP, BCBA, COBA, is a practicing speech language pathologist and board certified behavior analyst. Over the past twenty years, Rose has helped her students in the public school setting and clinical setting, find their voice and become more independent communicators. Rose is an invited speaker, podcaster, product developer and online course creator. Her mission is to help all students strengthen their speech and language skills.  Rose’s podcast, Autism Outreach, provides helpful information that professionals and parents can use to help students become more effective communicators. For more information, visit rose at www.abaspeech.org. Rose is also the co-founder of Supervision Academy.  

Rachel Torrance, MEd, BCBA, COBA, serves as serves as Assistant Regional Vice President at Accessing Abilities Powered by Cultivate Behavioral Health and Education.  She is also co-owner of Supervision Academy, LLC and is self-employed as an expert witness in her areas of specialty.  Rachel holds certification as a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), Certified Ohio Behavior Analyst (COBA) and Intervention Specialist.  Working in the field since 1998, Rachel has held positions as an educator, consultant, behavior analyst, director, business owner, and trainer.  She is a board member of Milestones Autism Resources. Rachel regularly presents to parents and professionals locally and has also spoken at the state and national level. Rachel is committed to disseminate practical and efficient evidence-based methods to help build functional life skills, increase desired behaviors with as much independence as possible and help others achieve life outcomes.

Presentation Details:

Let’s Talk Supervision (1.0 Supervision CEU)

Date/Time: Thursday March 4, 2021 – 8:15-9:15pm

Participants will be able to:

1. Identify the main differences between the current experience standards and the upcoming 2022 standards.

2. Respond appropriately to frequently asked questions posed by future and/or current professionals pursuing board certification.

3. Identify at least 3 new resources for supervisors to use in order to enhance the quality of supervision.

Summary:

This session is focused on outlining the specifics of supervision for those individuals who have a goal of becoming a supervisor.  Supervision can be an overwhelming process with many moving pieces and parts.  We want to help demystify the details of the supervision journey.  This course will highlight frequently asked questions about supervision, will provide new and simple resources for the supervisor and supervisee to use, and will highlight the upcoming changes for 2022.