The Behavior Service Program is a specialized service dedicated to improving the lives of children and families in the community. The program consists of two different services: ABA Therapy and Community Support. Each child in ABA Therapy completes an interactive assessment that looks at their skill set across a wide variety of language and learning skills. The results of this assessment are used to create a road map to help children in the program achieve success in all aspects of their life. Individualized evidence strategies are then used to help propel children to reach their goals in a fun, interactive, supportive, and knowledgeable atmosphere. The ABA Therapy service is supervised by a Licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
The Community Support service focuses on helping children achieve success across a variety of community settings such as their home, school, grocery store, doctor’s office and more. Each family member, teacher, or community professional seeking consultation in the Community Support service sets goals for success and works with a Licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst to determine where behavior support is needed. The Behavior Analyst then works with the family to set up the support, training, programming and equipment necessary to help each child work toward their individual goal.