IBCCES Digital Badge:
Digital badges are a powerful tool that allows professionals to share their accomplishments across the web. Each digital badge is unique to the user and verifies that that person has completed the rigorous process of becoming IBCCES-certified. Digital badges allow the user to store, access and securely share their credentials and are always verified and current.
LearningRx Shreveport is the first LearningRx Center in the nation and the first center of its kind in Louisiana to become a Board Certified Cognitive Center (BCCC), granted by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES).
The BCCC designation is awarded to organizations whose staff have completed an evidence-based training and certification program focusing on autism, ADHD, anxiety, and dyslexia in school-aged learners. The Shreveport center has shown its team’s dedication to providing the best possible outcomes for everyone they work with by completing the IBCCES program.
Disability Branch, Office of Civil Rights & Liberties, Ombudsman, and Traveler Engagement
The Transportation Security Administration is committed to ensuring access and serving all individuals with disabilities with Respect and Dignity. We hope this guidance will facilitate your security checkpoint screening experience.
If you are enrolled in a trusted traveler program (TSA Precheck, Global Entry, NEXUS, SENTRI), enter your Known Traveler Number or PASS ID when making airline reservations. When you check in for a flight, look for the TSA Precheck boarding pass indicator.
The following information is provided to assist travelers using the Standard Screening lanes or the TSA Precheck (TSA Pre✓®) lanes. For additional security screening information, please visit the Special Procedures page on TSA.gov.
Arizona Disabled Sports, based in Mesa, Ariz., has earned the Certified Autism Center™ (CAC) designation from the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES). The designation indicates that staff have received evidence-based training through IBCCES to enhance their understanding and mindfulness when working with individuals with autism or other cognitive disorders.
Turning Pointe Autism Foundation’s Adult Services – funded by Foglia Family Foundation – is now a Certified Autism Center™ (CAC), a designation granted by the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES). The designation means that staff have completed additional autism-specific training and certification program through an internationally recognized provider, IBCCES.
It takes some time and careful planning to effectively switch sessions from in person sessions to remote sessions. Anyone that has tried to make the switch thinking all they needed to know was which software to use can tell you that.
Choosing the best teletherapy solution can be tricky. Here are a few questions to consider with choosing a platform or software that is HIPAA compliant. The goal of using these platforms is to ensure continuity of services, additional telepractice certification options are available through IBCCES to provide best practices to provide optimal virtual services.
Teletherapy program is the latest to be approved and help those on the front line of the COVID-19 crisis
The U.S Department of Veterans’ Affairs (VA) has approved multiple training and certification programs from the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education standards (IBCCES) for reimbursement as part of the VA program to help transition veterans to the civilian workforce. These online training and certification programs focus on providing evidence-based training for professionals working with individuals with cognitive disorders and how to best provide educational and healthcare services.
The International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES), the global leader in training and certification on autism and cognitive disorders, announced today the appointment of Martha Aki to its executive advisory board. Aki is currently the Early Childhood Intervention (ECI) Program Director in Katy Independent School District in Katy, Texas. Her experience and innovative practices for children within ECI (which have earned Katy ISD five educational foundation grants) will strengthen IBCCES’ impact in educational settings.