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New BARB rules starting 1/1/17, affecting licensure and registration of behavior analysts and interventionists

Oregon’s Behavior Analysis Regulatory Board approved new permanent rules at its meeting on Nov. 18, 2016.

Read the new permanent rules which go into effect on Jan. 1, 2017, affecting licensure of behavior and assistant behavior analysts, registration of behavior analysis interventionists, and permanent grandfathering rules for declarants. If you are already practicing, there are some big changes regarding supervision of RBAIs.

BARB 2017 Rules

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