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Our diverse membership includes parents and other family members, as well as behavior analysts and students. Reasons to join are varied. Many parents who are part of the PPP SIG are interested in networking with other parents.
Please send an email to Pamela Gorski at
with your name, credentials, title, affiliation, address, phone number, and email address. Specify whether you are already a member of the Association for Behavior Analysis International, and if you are a parent, professional, or both. As a member, you will receive emails from time to time about issues of relevance to the PPP SIG.
There is no fee to join the PPP SIG.
The Parent-Professional Partnership SIG does not have a newsletter of its own and there are no current plans to develop one. However, the Autism Special Interest Group (SIG) Newsletter is published electronically on a quarterly basis. The leaders of the PPP SIG are active contributors to the Autism SIG newsletter.
Features of the Autism SIG newsletter include interviews, conference previews or reviews, program descriptions, clinical intervention descriptions, research synopses, book reviews, abstracts of recently published research, and job announcements. For more information about the Autism SIG newsletter, please click the newsletter link to the left. Prior issues of the Autism SIG newsletter are archived there as well. Note that each issue is organized by specific themes/topics.
This shared webpage is a recent initiative of the PPP SIG and Autism SIG. It is in its early stages and will grow with input and contributions from our membership. Please feel free to make comments about how we can develop this site to better benefit the membership. This feedback can be sent to
The SIG leadership is made up of an entirely volunteer committee of professionals and parents. Therefore, SIG activities need to be carefully prioritized given the absence of any paid staff.
No, that is currently not within the scope of our activities. We suggest consumers and other concerned people contact their state chapter of the Association for Behavior Analysis International at http://www.abainternational.org/Chapters/USchapters.asp, and/or state Autism agency for further information.
Absolutely! The PPP SIG can benefit from the support and assistance of its membership. More specifically, we can use help with the following three tasks: