Like the dedicated behavior analyst and support staff that we train, BDS is dedicated to serving all individuals. As such, we are committed to providing instruction in a format that is in accordance with ADA accessibility guidelines.
BDS continues to review the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) design and accessibility standards, and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG), part of the accessibility guidelines published by the Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). We make adjustments and improvements to our instructional content and learning platform accordingly.
The accessibility of instructional content on our learning platform, coupled with our proven instructional design methodology, has resulted in the adoption of our CBA Learning Module Series as a required curriculum supplement resource by over 100 university programs for integration into course sequences verified by The Association for Behavior Analysis International (a task formerly handled by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board).
We have made disability-related accessibility accommodations in the past when requested and we will continue to do so. Currently, we have the capability to do the following:
- modify instructional parameters, such as
- increasing time limits
- adding run allotments
- adjusting criteria (e.g., the required percentage of module completion)
- provide I.T. support to assist with access to and use of the learning platform
- provide other customized solutions where possible
- continually strive to maintain keyboard-operable interfaces
If you experience issues navigating the learning platform using a keyboard, please try using a different browser. The System Requirements page provides additional information on compatible devices and on recommended browsers and operating system compatibility.