Behavior Support Services
The Behavior Support Services Program assists adults with disabilities by developing functional behaviors to allow for increased community integration, family stabilization, confidence in public, and overall independence. Specializing in behavior supports for adults with autism and other developmental disabilities, as well as individuals with dual diagnoses or co-occurring disorders, our highly skilled team of professional staff will outline behavior plans and protocols within the home, community, or program settings to ensure continuous growth and achievement of personal and professional goals.
A behavioral assessment is conducted by a licensed professional who will identify behaviors of concern and possible functional alternatives through observation, interviews, and record reviews. Behavioral consultation involves ongoing support and intervention that includes use of techniques, reinforcement, and goal orientation to best improve the behaviors derived from the behavior assessment and plan. The consultation also includes analyzing data, providing guidance to staff and caregivers, and updating/revising the behavior plan as needed.
If you are interested in enrolling an individual in the Behavior Support Services Program, kindly complete the online contact form and a member of the team will reach out to you within normal business hours (M-F, 8:30AM to 4:00PM).