Justin Urbano, BCBA
  • Tell us a bit about your job as a BCBA.  

My job as a BCBA revolves around supervision, assessments, and QA work pertaining to our new platform Chorus.



  • What drove you to the BCBA profession?  

I graduated undergrad in 2016 at St Joe’s minoring in Autism Studies and worked at the Kinney Center.  Post graduation, I realized I wanted to continue my path in ABA and completed my Masters in ABA at Drexel in 2019.  Fast forward to now, and I have been a BCBA for over 2 years.



  • How has Golden Care helped you in your career development? 

Golden Care allowed me the opportunity to work alongside our amazing Clinical Director (Jenn), where I get to assist in BCBA QA Work to make sure client treatment plans match what’s on the Chorus platform.  I’ve only done clinical work in this field since 2015, so it’s great to learn more “behind the scenes” work in our field!



  • What do you find the most challenging in your work as a BCBA?  

The most challenging factor as a BCBA is being flexible in terms of scheduling sessions or meetings with parents.  Sometimes the schedule you set at the beginning of the week may change from time to time.

  • What’s the best advice you’ve ever been given?  

The best advice I’ve ever been given was to not focus on the past or the future.  Rather, put all your time and energy in the now.

  • What is the favorite part in your work as a BCBA/ of working for Golden Care?  

My favorite part working as a BCBA at Golden Care is getting to collaborate with the BTs, RBTs, and parents, in order to provide top quality services to the clients we serve!



  • What is your proudest moment at Golden Care/ in your work as a BCBA?  

My proudest moment at Golden Care is being recognized with this Gold Star Award! 



  • What’s the one thing you’d tell your younger self?

I would tell my younger self to put the phone down and to always be present in the moment.

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