Behavior Consultation: Behavior consultation services are offered to families, schools, and school districts to offer support and guidance in utilizing an individualized program for your child’s needs. The behavior analyst conducts observations across settings (school and home) in order to help support all those involved working with your child and assist with generalization of skills.
This may include:
Video Review of Parents and Staff Demonstrating Techniques
Phone Consultations (this is done as needed)
Functional Behavior Assessments: Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA) is conducted in order to hypothesize the function “why” maladaptive behavior is occurring. A FBA is utilized in order to develop a Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP).
Behavior Intervention Plan: Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) is derived from the FBA and will include proactive strategies and reactive strategies. The purpose of the BIP is to serve as an outline: to teach the child replacement behaviors, increase socially appropriate behaviors, and decrease maladaptive behaviors.
Skill-based Assessments: Skill-based Assessment tools are utilized to develop an individualized ABA teaching program for your child. The assessment gathers baseline data of your child’s skills in order to determine appropriate goals.
Home Programming and Coordination: A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will develop and supervise your child’s program and train the ABA therapist in implementing the program and recording data on progress.
Individual ABA Therapy: A therapist will conduct the home program in the home setting designed to teach the target skills that were developed by the BCBA using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
Academic Tutoring: If your child is struggling in Math, Reading, and Writing a therapist will support your child in these areas using ABA teaching principles and academic modifications with the supervision of a BCBA.
Social Skills: An ABA therapist will teach social skills in the home setting utilizing ABA teaching strategies. These skills may include conversation skills, coping skills, being flexible, perspective taking, appropriate play skills, and more depending on your child’s needs. This program will be developed and supervised by the BCBA.
School-wide Positive Behavior Support
In-service Training for Paraprofessionals
BCBA Supervision for Students Seeking Certification