"When one teaches, two learn."
Our 1:1 therapy sessions are conducted in your home. The sessions will focus on specific goals identified to address your child's current challenges. We will work closely with your child to teach them communication skills, social skills, functional living skills, self-management skills, etc. As well as, working closely with you to teach you how to carrying on the lessons outside of therapy times. You can expect session time in your home to be challenging, fun, exciting, engaging, and full of learning opportunities.
Levels of Service Providers:
Behavior Technician (BT)
The behavior technician position works one to one with your child. ABA therapy sessions are typically conducted in home, at school, or at a community setting. The number of one to one hours per week will be recommended following the intake, assessment, and written behavior plan. Based on recommendations from the BCBA, written in the behavior plan, and what would work for your family, a consistent schedule will be created.
Board Certified assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA)
The BCaBA position supervises the behavior technician, providing training and direction with programming. This position creates programs for teaching skills, creates guidelines for reducing problem behaviors, and closely monitors your child’s progress. This position also provides parent training, based on a schedule set up with your family. (Note: Services may not include a BCaBA. Assignment of a BCaBA is based on availability. If a BCaBA is not assigned, the BCBA will complete responsibilities of the BCaBA)
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
The BCBA position oversees all services provided. This position meets with the BCaBA to review progress across all goals, review reductions in problem behaviors, review guidelines for reducing problem behavior, and discuss any necessary modifications to programs. This position also provides occasional direct supervision of the behavior technician and may provide parent training upon scheduled appointment.