By: Zoe Lucock, Ph.D., BCBA-D Behavioural gerontology is in its infancy in the UK, with very few if any active practitioners and only a brief mention of ABA for older adults on most ABA MSc courses. While ABA […]


By: Ebony Vardy-Jones As part of my degree, I started to collect my supervision hours needed to work towards my Behavior Analyst Certification Board accreditation. I collected my hours in a residential home for older adults, some of […]
By: Jacqueline Pachis, M.A., BCBA Have you ever heard the phrase, “You can’t teach an old dog new tricks” when referring to an adult learning a new skill or engaging in a new behavior? Sometimes you might hear […]