Your access to a module does not expire or have a time limit. Generally, modules will remain available for as long as you keep your FoxyLearning account. For example, you could purchase a CEU module today, but not complete it until 5 years later. The completion date on your certificate of completion will be based on when you actually complete the module (and not your purchase date). On rare occasions we may need to remove a module for legal or other reasons. In such cases, we will notify you of the change in advance.
You will be able to download a certificate of completion immediately upon completion of a module. You can also download a CEU summary report from the myLearning dashboard that documents all of the CEU modules you have completed on FoxyLearning.
No. From the BCBA Handbook: "Repeating CE activities does not provide new or expanded knowledge or skills and therefore does not meet BACB certification requirements."
Yes, we issue refunds for our modules within 90 days of the original purchase of the product. You are eligible for full reimbursement only if you have not completed the module. Please contact us for assistance if you experience any issues accessing or using our modules.
Yes! FoxyLearning has been approved by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board® to offer continuing education (of the "learning" variety, formerly known as "type 2") for BCBAs and BCaBAs since 2010 (#OP-10-2021). You may also be able to use our modules for other purposes or credentialing agencies by asking them. We are happy to work with you to produce a custom certificate of completion if you need it.
Dr. Amy Drayton provides an excellent review of potential feeding problems for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental disabilities. This talk provides and entertaining and thorough review of potential barriers, and effective treatments for each. Highly recommend.
Wish it was longer so she could have gone into more detail but she was very informative and fun
She really digs deep into all the different variables that affect food selectivity. Very well done.
Really interesting presentation that gives practical and useful strategies for working with children who are selective eaters.