Recruitment for Executive Director
The Board of Applied Behavior Analysis is now recruiting for an Executive Director position. Applications must be received no later than July 16th. Please select the link below for details regarding this recruitment and how to apply!
RECRUITMENT FOR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR - APPLY NOW
On May 14, 2021, SB217 passed Assembly Commerce and Labor. Background check processing will continue as usual. Further information will be provided on the website and via listserv as we near the close of the transition.
NEW Certemy Licensing Software - NOW LIVE
Aging and Disability Services Division and the Nevada Applied Behavior Analysis Board are excited to announce the first phase of the new online licensing software system, Certemy, which is now LIVE!
What am I able to do with this new online platform?
- All applications can now be completed online (RBT, LaBA, and LBA)
- All currently licensed/registered have been transferred into Certemy and given their own login account using the email address on file. Contact email@example.com for log in assistance. Do NOT create a new account.
If you would like to apply to become an RBT, LaBA or an LBA within the State of Nevada, please click on the link below to get started on completing your application:
The Aging and Disability Services Division, under authority of NRS 437, will operate the Board of Applied Behavior Analysis effective January 1, 2019. This board was the result of Senate Bill 286 that was introduced in the 79th Legislative Session.
About the Board
The Governor has appointed to the Board, four voting members who are behavior analysts licensed in this State and one voting member who is a representative of the general public who is interested in the practice of applied behavior analysis. The Board members will serve a term of 4 years and may not serve more than 2 consecutive terms.
The Board may make and promulgate rules and regulations not inconsistent with the provisions NRS Chapter 437 governing its procedure, the examination and licensure, certification or registration of applicants, the granting, refusal, revocation or suspension of licenses, certificates or registrations and the practice of applied behavior analysis.
The Aging and Disability Services Division will be responsible for examination; licensure, certification and registration; investigations; collection of fees of behavior analysts, assistant behavioral analysts, registered behavior technicians, and state certified behavior interventionists.
Registration of all Nationally Registered Behavior Technicians
As of January 1, 2019, all Nationally Registered Behavior Technicians are required to be registered with the Aging and Disability Services Division. The Aging and Disability Services Division recognizes that it is not feasible or realistic for all RBT’s to be registered by January 1. Therefore, the Division is allowing a grace period of six months to complete this process. All RBT’s must be registered with the Division no later than June 30, 2019.
Should you have any questions, please contact us at ABABoard@adsd.nv.gov, or you may call 775-687-4210
serves as direct communication to the Division of Aging and Disability Services
and is not a direct communication source to the Applied Behavior Analysis
Board Members. If seeking answers to practice questions, please refer to the
Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). For questions that are specific to
the Nevada Law, please see NRS 437 and the Regulations that can be found by
going to adsd.nv.gov.