How the New PPP Rules and Regulations Impact ABA Provider Organizations 


Original Webinar Date: June 4, 2020

CEU offered: 1.0 Learning CEU

Short Title: Impact of New PPP Rules/Regs on ABA Provider Organizations

Webinar Duration: 1 hr

CE Instructors:

  • Steven S. Poindexter, Esq.
  • William M. Bolster, Esq.
  • Yvonne Bruinsma, Ph.D.


Abstract: 

The Small Business Act Paycheck Protection Program authorizes up to $349 billion for low-interest loans of up to $10,000,000 to borrowers to fund eligible payroll costs, interest on mortgage payments (which includes mortgages on real property and personal property), rental payments, utilities payments, and for other permitted purposes. The loans made under the Paycheck Protection Program would be eligible for forgiveness for certain payroll and other operating costs, as long as the borrowers maintain their payrolls to fund payroll costs and certain other expenses. (Lewis Rice)

Do you still have questions about eligible expenditures? Do you know how to apply for loan forgiveness? Are bonuses eligible expenses? How about hazard pay for RBTs or BCBAs working face-to-face with clients? What happens if you are denied loan forgiveness? Spend an hour with Steven Poindexter, a corporate attorney with Lewis Rice in St. Louis, Missouri whose practice focuses primarily on commercial lending and commercial transactions.

Other topics addressed in this webinar include:

  1. Key changes to PPP by the PPP Flexibility Act of 2020 (enactment pending as of 6/4/2020)
  2. New FTE Reductions under the PPP Flexibility Act
  3. Eligible Payroll Costs
  4. Eligible Non-payroll costs
  5. Salary/Hourly Wage reduction
  6. ...and many more questions posed by attendees!

Instructor(s)

Esq

Steven S. Poindexter

Steven S. Poindexter is a corporate attorney whose practice focuses primarily on commercial lending and commercial transactions. He represents national and regional banks in complex commercial lending transactions, including financings involving syndicated loans, real estate, and asset-based lending. Steve regularly counsels clients in the negotiation of acquisition agreements, supply agreements, licensing agreements, distribution agreements, international transactions, and other commercial contracts and corporate matters. He also has experience assisting clients in developing compliance programs and procedures relating to U.S. export controls including the International Traffic in Arms Regulations and the Export Administration Regulations. Steve is a member of the Firm's Recruiting Committee, he was selected for inclusion in Missouri & Kansas Rising Stars® 2011, and St. Louis Business Journal named him among their "30 Under 30" Class of 2007.

PhD BCBA-D

Yvonne Bruinsma

Yvonne Bruinsma founded In STEPPS in 2010. She has more than 25 years of experience in the field. She previously gained extensive experience as the clinical director and clinical manager at several agencies and brought PRT to the Netherlands. She has been an active researcher and continues publishing in the field. Yvonne has written articles in peer-reviewed journals and in 2015, wrote and published a seminal article with other top researchers in autism treatment about Naturalistic Developmental Behavioral Interventions such as PRT. Yvonne also has co-written a book about Naturalistic Developmental Behavior Interventions (NDBI) currently in press. She earned her master’s in developmental psychology from the University of Leiden, the Netherlands, and her master’s and doctorate in special education, developmental disabilities, from University of California, Santa Barbara. Yvonne was certified as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral (BCBA-D) in 2008.