MOABA is an organization founded to support and promote scientific research on basic principles of behavior and the effective and ethical application of those principles.

Save the date: The 2018 Annual Meeting is scheduled for November 16 & 17 at the Sheraton Westport in St. Louis. Check back for a list of speakers.

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One year ago today, we got an email that our bill was finally drafted. Today, I got a text from Rep. Basye saying that our bill was voted out of the insurance committee 11-0!! This is AMAZING!!! We are so much farther than we got last year and we still have a couple months ahead of us. If you haven't started talking to your legislators, now is the time to start!!

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The hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 6 in House Hearing Room 4. The more support we're able to get, the stronger the message will be. ... See MoreSee Less

Hearing on Habilitative Therapy Legislation (HB1658)

February 6, 2018, 12:00pm - February 6, 2018, 2:00pm

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!! Rep. Engler has said that his insurance committee will be hearing our legislation regarding insurance coverage for habilitative therapies this coming Tuesday, Feb. 6, at noon. It's not on the website yet, but we have been told it will be happening. We are hoping to have a large group of parents, providers, and supporters there. Please consider taking off work and joining us. Bring your children. You do not have to testify if you come. Just your presence is a great support! For more information about the hearing, as well as a map, check out our website! www.modisabilityempowerment.org/preparing-for-our-hearing

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Great meeting with more legislators today. We ran numbers and the impact of HB1658 on member plans is small. We hope to share these numbers soon. In addition to meeting legislators, I sat down and met with State Treasurer Eric Schmitt. He agrees that our information looks solid and that we are on the right track. We have his support on this legislation. As one of the senators who was instrumental in the passing of the autism bill, it's great to have his backing! Be watching--we should be announcing the hearing very soon!

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MOABA is an organization founded to support and promote scientific research on basic principles of behavior and the effective and ethical application of those principles.

Save the date: The 2018 Annual Meeting is scheduled for November 16 & 17 at the Sheraton Westport in St. Louis. Check back for a list of speakers.

News

Missouri Association for Behavior Analysis shared MO Disability Empowerment's post. ... See MoreSee Less

One year ago today, we got an email that our bill was finally drafted. Today, I got a text from Rep. Basye saying that our bill was voted out of the insurance committee 11-0!! This is AMAZING!!! We are so much farther than we got last year and we still have a couple months ahead of us. If you haven't started talking to your legislators, now is the time to start!!

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Save the date, our 2018 Annual meeting is scheduled for November 16 & 17 in at the Sheraton Westport Hotels St. Louis the St. Louis area. ... See MoreSee Less

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The hearing has been scheduled for Tuesday, February 6 in House Hearing Room 4. The more support we're able to get, the stronger the message will be. ... See MoreSee Less

Hearing on Habilitative Therapy Legislation (HB1658)

February 6, 2018, 12:00pm - February 6, 2018, 2:00pm

MARK YOUR CALENDAR!! Rep. Engler has said that his insurance committee will be hearing our legislation regarding insurance coverage for habilitative therapies this coming Tuesday, Feb. 6, at noon. It's not on the website yet, but we have been told it will be happening. We are hoping to have a large group of parents, providers, and supporters there. Please consider taking off work and joining us. Bring your children. You do not have to testify if you come. Just your presence is a great support! For more information about the hearing, as well as a map, check out our website! www.modisabilityempowerment.org/preparing-for-our-hearing

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Missouri Association for Behavior Analysis shared MO Disability Empowerment's post. ... See MoreSee Less

Great meeting with more legislators today. We ran numbers and the impact of HB1658 on member plans is small. We hope to share these numbers soon. In addition to meeting legislators, I sat down and met with State Treasurer Eric Schmitt. He agrees that our information looks solid and that we are on the right track. We have his support on this legislation. As one of the senators who was instrumental in the passing of the autism bill, it's great to have his backing! Be watching--we should be announcing the hearing very soon!

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