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OREGON HEALTH AUTHORITY
HEALTH LICENSING OFFICE, BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS REGULATORY BOARD
Training and Supervision
(1) Prior to independent service delivery,
a Registered Behavior Analysis Interventionist must:
(a) Enter into an agreement
with a supervisor using the form available on the Office’s website. A copy
of the agreement must be submitted to the Office and given to the client’s
parent or guardian.
(b) Complete the competency
assessment with a supervisor on the form at the Office’s website. A copy of
the competency assessment must be retained in the interventionist’s file.
(2) After beginning independent
client service delivery, a Registered Behavior Analysis Interventionist must receive
ongoing training and supervision by a licensed behavior analyst, licensed assistant
behavior analyst or by a licensed health care professional, consisting of:
(a) Direct supervision from
the supervisor for a minimum of two hours prior to independent service delivery
with any new client. This requirement can be met through training;
(b) Direct and indirect supervision
for at least 10 percent of the interventionist’s direct service hours, of
which at least 5 percent must be direct supervision;
(c) Direct supervision at least
once a month or 60 direct service hours, whichever comes first; and
(d) Direct supervision with
each client on the interventionist’s caseload at least once every three months.
(3) A Registered Behavior Analysis
Interventionist must be evaluated by the supervisor at least every six months after
initial competency assessment on the form available on the Office’s website.
(4) A Registered Behavior Analysis
Interventionist must maintain a log of ongoing training and supervision on the form
available on the Office’s website.
(5) A Registered Behavior Analysis
Interventionist must notify the Office in writing within five business days if they
are no longer being supervised or have a change in supervision.
(6) A Registered Behavior Analysis
Interventionist must maintain all training and supervision records for a minimum
of five years after the last day of training and supervision. Upon request, such
records must be made available for inspection by the Office.
Stat. Auth.: ORS 676.800
Stats. Implemented: ORS 676.800
Hist.: BARB 1-2014, f. 10-21-14,
cert. ef. 12-1-144; BARB 1-2015, f. 10-30-15, cert. ef. 11-1-15
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