Achieve Beyond values and promotes effective client-focused services based on the principles of applied behavior analysis. These services are provided by a staff that works as a team within a supportive community encouraging respect, integrity, persistence, and innovation. We assist individuals to maximize their potential and be productive members of society. We have a firm belief in children, their strengths, and their future contributions to society. We believe that children have the right to the care, support, respect, and protection fundamental to their evolving potential in life.
The development of a child's positive self-image is a core component of our program.
We believe the relationship between our staff members and each child must be positive, nurturing and therapeutic. This relationship is the primary vehicle for change, education and maturation. We also believe that families are essential team members in any therapeutic program for children.
The following steps are needed in order to collect necessary data to initiate the child’s services:
1. Intake with Parent or Guardian
2. Child observation(s),
3. Program review meeting.
- Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) and summary of assessment information.
- Assist your family on the implementation of a written Behavioral Intervention Plan (BIP).
- Develop specific individualized interventions and strategies to address behavioral issues.
- Assist families in conducting Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA), summarizing assessment information in useful and meaningful ways and developing Behavioral Intervention Plan (BIP).
- Provide specific training to parents or other professionals on functional behavioral assessment, behavior interventions, and/or related subjects.
- Work with families that are seeking help in dealing with challenging behaviors at home and/or school. Development of home intervention programs and trainings in the United States and abroad.
- Design, Implementation, and Supervision of Programs based on B.F. Skinner’s (1957) Analysis of Verbal Behavior.
- Work with families of children with ADHD, Adopted/Post-Institutionalized Children, Asperger's, Autism, Bipolar Disorders, Emotional Disabilities, Mental Retardation, PDD, or any other condition that impacts children's behavior.
- Teach social, organizational, and self-advocacy skills to young adults and adults with social skills deficits in Middle School, High, School, and College; as well as providing support with independent living skills and career transition.
- Facilitate communication and advocacy for adults with social skills deficits and their employers in order to obtain reasonable accommodations at work.
- Social Skills Training (Individual and Groups Sessions for children and adults).
If there are services that were not covered by this list, let us know and we will work together in designing services that will better serve your family’s individual needs.
Our fees are set for an hourly rate. Please call for more details.