Intervention Plan Creation

 

Based on assessment data, BCBA’s create a behavior intervention plan to treat the needs of the individual using principles of positive reinforcement. Teaching procedures and reinforcement schedules are rooted in scientific validation, never on guess-work. Behavior analysts make data-based decisions from their observations to create intervention plans and make further changes to plans.

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Attentive and Responsive
Behavioral Consultants

 

As is required by the ethical and scientific principles of the discipline of behavior analysis, SBS’ practitioners frequently review data, provide consistent case consultation and supervision of direct staff, perform new assessments and data-based changes, and are communicationally responsive.

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Parent Training

 

Interventions are not an exclusive, in-office process. Behavior extends into all lively contexts. And interventionists are expected to increase the independence of clients. Considering this, it is important to incorporate parents in our behavior intervention implementation. To accomplish this, SBS transparently implements behavior plans, as well as incidentally AND discretely teaching the basics of applied behavior analysis. Other resources for parent education are available through SBS.

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Holistic Individual Treatment
and Advocacy

 

Behavioral practitioners work alongside influential parties in our clients’ lives. We value coordinating care with family members, caregivers, medical professionals, other psychological practitioners, educators, social workers—anyone affecting the development of the individual. SBS advocates for client need and well-being. As much as SBS collaborates with these influencing parties, our policy is to serve the needs of the client before other matters. Sometimes there is the need to inform other parties of these needs (e.g. individualized education plan (IEP) consultation).

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Research

 

As is required by the ethical and scientific principles of the discipline of behavior analysis, SBS’ practitioners frequently review data, provide consistent case consultation and supervision of direct staff, perform new assessments and data-based changes, and are communicationally responsive.

 
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