Senate Bill 217 has officially been codified into law. It has replaced the original NRS 437 with NRS 641D. We urge all constituents interested in the practice of applied behavior analysis within the state of Nevada to read the updated statute. Some of the noticeable changes include:
- Transfer responsibilities from the Aging and Disability Services Division concerning the regulation of behavior analysts, assistant behavior analysts, and registered behavior technicians to the Nevada ABA Board.
- Inclusion of behavior analysts, assistant behavior analysts, and registered behavior technicians under the definition of “provider of health care.”
- Maximum fee updates, most notably in regards to behavior analysts.
NV Applied Behavior Analysis Board