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- Understanding the learning, social, or emotional challenges that may trigger or motivate the problem behavior
- Perform any necessary questionnaires/interviews, and assessments in the environment that behaviors occur
- A Individualized Behavior Plan with an approach to treatment will be created by one of our Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and then further set forth by our collaborative team of a BCBA, Board Certified assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA), and Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)
- Transdisciplinary teaming with other professionals working with the client
- Implementation of the Behavior Plan to reduce behaviors of concern and/or goals that want to be accomplished
- Intensive one-on-one therapy to teach new skills
- On-site parent/caregiver training and coaching
- Data collected from both the therapist and possibly the parent to better evaluate the targeted behavior
- Re-assessment to determine if unwanted behaviors have subsided, new skills/techniques have been adopted, understanding of what triggered the behavior, and the procedures that need to take place to prevent future undesirable behaviors.
- Academics, social and communication skills, eating, toileting, dressing, personal self-care (morning and bedtime), domestic skills, food preparation, money and value, home and community orientation, self-help, and work skills.
- The objective is to gain independence and maximize participation in his or her community.