In Chapter 12 the author reveals common ethical issues that you may face in your career of working as a BCBA in the clinical/applied field. Once again using real cases communicated to him across the years, the author points out how the BCBA “delivers the ethics message” to clients, parents/stakeholders, and agencies, supervisors, or administrators. He breaks down each example point by point indicating do’s and don’ts. In chapter 13, the author discusses using a “Declaration of Professional Practices and Procedures” as an antecedent control to decrease the number of ethical issues that may arise. Describe the information that should be included in each of the six sections and indicate the purpose of each section. Discuss how using such a declaration will help prevent ethical dilemmas and protect you as a professional.
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