Success as a Master ABA Member


Working in the field of ABA can be test your convictions, especially when you’re first starting out, or looking to grow past your current level. I know. I’ve been there. I’ve felt overwhelmed when I was thrown into positions I wasn’t prepared for. I’ve struggled when organizations I worked for prioritized profits over client needs. I’ve had to start over countless times as I’ve searched for a place where I can make the biggest impact while staying true to my beliefs.

Success as a Master ABA Member

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How to Use the Tables

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Goals and Affirmations

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What is RISE?

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Learning objectives

Our memberships take a unique approach to ABA.  In this course you will learn:

  • What’s unique about Master ABA
  • What’s included in the base membership
  • Available add on features – pay only for what you need
  •  Other member resources

Description of Event

Like me, you probably started your career in ABA with a desire to help individuals with autism and other challenges, only to find that the field isn’t exactly what you expected. Most BCBAs encounter:

  • Individuals with autism vocally oppose the use of ABA
  • Insurance companies that often deny claims for individuals that would clearly benefit from services
  • Excessive “red tape” which often leaves those most in need without help
  • Employers who prioritize profits over client needs
  • Strict company policies that prevent you from doing what you know is right

The list can go on, but you probably resonate with one, if not all, of the above.

This is why I started Master ABA with my sister, Dianna Kelly, and why we’re so passionate about helping individuals overcome the challenges of working in the field.

The memberships offered through Master ABA provides more than training you need to be successful. They provide a framework for you to move forward and help change the field for the better.


Amelia is a BCBA working with children and young adults with autism. She has been working in the field since 2009 and has worked in a variety of settings including homes, schools, the community and clinics. She previously taught young children in a variety of settings including Head Start. She has a passion for helping children and families reach their full potential.