State-of-the-art Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) when teaching children, thereby increasing their ability to function and communicate successfully with a strong emphasis on independence.
Data-driven assessments, treatments and procedures that have been validated by science- based research and accepted as best practices in the field.
Evaluations that will provide specific recommendations for meaningful and lasting behavior change.
The Neuropsychologist Conducts a Comprehensive Assessment
Neuropsychological Assessmentof children and adolescents across a variety of presenting concerns, including Aspergers Disorder, Autism, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Behavioral Disorders, Attention Deficit Disorder, and Learning Disabilities.
The Behavior Analyst Conducts an Initial Functional Behavioral Assessment.
Parent interview to discuss your child’s strengths, deficits and behavioral concerns.
Two direct observations of your child (in the home and school setting).
Assessments (pre-academic, language, play and social skills, self-help, and behavioral).
Collection of Antecedent-Behavior-Consequence (ABC) and Baseline data.
Generate Goals and Design a Behavioral Program Specifically For Your Child.
Once initial assessments are completed, the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will generate goals for your child in all areas of need. A behavioral plan will be designed to address behavior concerns.
All goals and behavior plans will be discussed and approved by parents before initiating any intervention.
Direct Initial and On-Going Training with the Individuals Involved in Your Child’s Care
The BCBA will meet with everyone involved in implementing the behavior plan for your child.
A training schedule will be developed to ensure that all team members are fully prepared to carry out the protocols.
On-going training will be provided by the Behavior Analyst to facilitate maintenance and generalization.
Data Collection and Analysis Conducted by the Individuals Responsible for Program Implementation.
A data sheet will be provided so that the individuals implementing the behavior plan can obtain daily data of your child’s performance.
The BCBA will analyze the collected data regularly to ensure that your child is progressing in all areas.
Ongoing Consulting with Parents.
The Behavior Analyst will consult with parents regularly either at the office or in your home. A monthly progress report will be provided and discussed with parents.