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Is Your Business “Essential”? Are Your Employees “Healthcare Providers”? Lawyers & BCBAs Talk About How a Variety of New Laws Apply to the ABA Profession - Shared screen with speaker view
lunumb@casproviders.org
12:55
Thank, Zahra!
Mike Wasmer
14:26
If you all have questions, pleas use the “raise hand” feature and we will unmute so you can talk. Thanks!
Mike Wasmer
23:04
It looks like you will still need to unmute yourselves after I click “allow to talk” once you’ve raised your hands
Rebecca Ryan
32:15
@ Ana - no, but I would look for San Antonio Department of Public Health as a start
Mike Wasmer
34:54
Click on the image instead and see if that works
Mike Wasmer
36:41
You should be able to unmute and speak when you want. Thanks!
lunumb@casproviders.org
44:32
Indeed, Barbara!
Mike Wasmer
01:03:25
Tina - you should be able to talk
Tina Patterson
01:03:39
When considering if an ABA clinician should be considered an essential worker, medical necessity should be the primary factor driving the determination: maladaptive behaviors, adaptive functioning, communication.
Zahra Hajiaghamohseni
01:11:37
Thank you for saying that! I agree
Nikia Dower
01:14:42
Thank you for saying this about not replicating exact clinic model via telehealth!
Mike Wasmer
01:17:03
you should be able to unmute now
MARISELA ALVARADO
01:36:58
Thank you for all the resources!!!
Carly Kehler
01:44:13
Thank you all so much!!
Tina Patterson
01:44:14
THANK YOU!!!
MARISELA ALVARADO
01:44:26
Thank you to ALL!
Nikia Dower
01:44:33
Thanks for all your time and these resources!
Linda Peirce
01:44:43
Thank you! This was great!