Home ABA Program Development
Program development entails a full evaluation (functional behavior assessment, skills assessments, etc.) of the client, development of goals, development of objectives and teaching strategies and initial team and family training. Programs are developed by certified behavior analysts.
For new or established clients who wish to have a consultation on a specific issue or for ongoing supervision and training for home programs either designed by us or another consultant. Service can include phone calls/consultations, e-mail consultation, report writing, program updates, and staff/parent training.
Training provided to families, babysitters, and other significant people in the client’s life. The family trainer will provide training on the program goals, model and train specific teaching procedures, and give guidance to program maintenance, etc.
IEP recommendations, development of goals, participation in IEP meeting.
Management of Severe Behaviors
Assessment and analysis of challenging behaviors, development of behavior reduction procedures, therapist and family training, and on-going consultation for the treatment of challenging behaviors.
Consultants, therapists, family members, and other paraprofessionals meet together to discuss progress, program goals and potential challenges. Team meetings are meant to enhance collaboration among program consultants, therapists/tutors, and family members.
Direct Teaching/ 1:1 therapy with BCBA
1:1 ABA therapy provided by a board certified behavior analyst
Direct Teaching/ 1:1 therapy with a trained tutor/therapist
1:1 ABA therapy provided by a tutor/therapist.
Workshops and seminars can be tailored to an individual or group’s specific needs. Common topics are: ABA basics, toilet training, managing challenging behaviors, teaching in the natural environment, and social skills.