Behavioral Services

Clients often have difficulty adapting to their environment, change in routines and interacting with others. A behavioral assessment assists in identifying the root causes of challenging behaviors. Evidence based preventions and interventions can then be put into place to decrease negative behavior, while encouraging positive skill building.

The Behavior Analyst also works with staff members, families and other provider employees to implement plan components and support the client in a variety of settings.

  • Behavioral Assessment

  • Monthly Follow-Up

  • Staff Training

  • Parent Support

  • ICAP Assessment

  • Experience with State and Survey Documentation and Standards