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Your Program, Your Terms

When it comes to aiding schools, childcare centers, and other community institutions--whether it be our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) working directly with students you serve who have behavioral needs, or training your staff on effective, up-to-date Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) methods--we mold our programing to suit your specific needs.

We will work to contract with you on a yearly, monthly, daily, or service-by-service, need-by-need basis. Services we provide include, but are not limited to the following.

Staff Training                                                                                                                                              We are available to train your staff as frequently as needed and desired. We offer several specific subjects on the topic of behavior management to train on for you to choose from, and the frequency, length, and times of trainings are also your choice. In order to train your staff  to become competent in particular skills or behavior management in general, we use Behavioral Skills Training (BST) 

RBT Credentialing of Your Staff                                                                                                          For parents and caregivers of special needs children, a school with RBTs on staff can be attractive and comforting. As BCBAs, we are qualified to credential you employees to become RBTs, and can provide the necessary amount of supervision for them to maintain their credentialing. This is much more affordable than having a full-time BCBA on staff, as we can come as little or as much as needed.

Direct Student Treatment                                                                                                                         If you are interested in more direct services, we offer a wide variety of services to students at schools and centers. These include:

  • Working with students one-on-one
  • Conducting Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs)
  • Creating treatment plans for skill  acquisition
  • Creating behavior intervention plans for decreasing maladaptive behavior.
  • Parent and Caregiver Training

For more information, call us at  (720) 755-2207, or email us at