Come visit us at the IDO expo in Fairy Meadow this Thursday 4/3/19
Lojic Institute Sydney will be one of the exhibitors at the Illawarra Disability Options Expo at the Fraternity Club in Fairy Meadow this Thursday. This is a free event open to people with disabilities, their family members, and anyone working in the disability sector in the Illawarra. It should be a great event so come on down and see us.
Lojic Institute is going to NZABA in Auckland! 14/8/18
Jayden Ward, Esther Syred, and Megan Borlase will be heading to Auckland, NZ for the 1st and 2nd of September to present papers and posters at the New Zealand Association for Behaviour Analysis conference. Have a great time team and we look forward to hearing how the conference went. Check out the NZABA Program to learn more.
Lojic Institute is coming to Sydney! 1/8/18
Lojic Institute is excited to announce that we are expanding into Sydney! We will now be providing ABA-based services and training to individuals, schools, and organisations in South West Sydney and the Illawara. If you are looking for home, school, organisation, or community-based behaviour or skill development services or behaviour training in these areas please contact us at the Sydney office or check out our brochure to see if we are right for you. We look forward to serving you.
Dr Roche will be presenting at the 2018 ASPECT conference 20/7/18
Lojic Institute would like to congratulate Dr Roche on her poster on multi-word requesting being accepted for the ASPECT: Autism in Education 2018 conference. Come and check it out at the Royal International Convention Centre Brisbane on the 30th and 31st of August 2018.
Lojic Institute and UNE have a new research partnership 1/6/18
Lojic Institute and the University of New England (UNE) has recently joined forces to further research into Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) in Australia. Two of our staff, Dr Laura Roche and Dr Megan Borlase, have received honorary roles at UNE as Adjunct Lecturers in the Psychology department. We are really looking forward to expanding this collaboration and working together to further ABA in Australia.
Dr Borlase will be presenting at the 2018 ABAA conference 1/4/18
Lojic Institute would like to congratulate Dr Borlase on her paper on the assessment of precursor behaviours being accepted for the Association of Behaviour Analysis Australia’s (ABAA) 2018 conference. Come and check it out at the Mercure Hotel in Brisbane on the 28th and 29th of July 2018.
Lojic Institute is getting involved in the ABAA membership committee 1/4/18
Dr Megan Borlase has just joined the Association of Behaviour Analysis Australia’s (ABAA) membership committee. Her role will involve assisting ABAA to increase their membership and improve member benefits, communication, and member engagement. She will also be involved in helping the association with disseminating ABA across Australia.