There are several!

  • Promote the basic science upon which behavioral technology was founded.
  • Support the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) as the appropriate credentialing body for practitioners in ABA in Indiana.
  • Serve the professional community as a reference group for other practicioners concerned with ABA.
  • Conduct annual and quarterly conferences focusing on research and professional practices in ABA.
  • Offer opportunities for BCBAs and BCaBAs to earn CEUs
  • Facilitate and conduct peer review committees
  • As an affiliated chapter, promote participation in activities organized by ABAI.