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Assessment:

Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) is often the first step to determine what your child’s needs are and how we can effectively provide quality behavioral services to support your family. In this process, multiple interviews and observations will be conducted by our board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) to pinpoint your child’s needs in different areas (social, communication, independent living skills, motor and fine motor skills, challenging behaviors) for our assessor to develop a tailored acquisition curriculum and behavioral intervention plan for your child and family.

 

A number of assessment tools will be used in our FBA interviews, for example:

  • Vineland-II
  • Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP)
  • The Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS)
  • Questions About Behavioral Functions (QABF)
  • Reinforcement Assessment for Individual with Severe Disabilities (RAISD)
  • Lead Way Behavioral Services’ Indirect Assessment Packet

 

The entire assessment process could last from 8 hours to 16 hours long depending on your child and family needs. A comprehensive assessment report will then be written by our board certified assessor after the interview and direct observation sessions. The main goal of our assessment report is to give you a complete picture about your child’s skills in different areas, and what we can do as professionals to help your child to achieve his or her goals.

Behavioral/Parent Consultation:

If, at times, you are puzzled by your child’ behaviors and wondered what you could do in those circumstances, our behavioral consultation services might be right for you. The goal of our behavioral consultation services is to teach you how to analyze your child’s behaviors and what you can do under those circumstances. We want you to learn everything that we know so you don’t need us!

 

Below, you will see the steps for our behavioral consultation process:

  1. Clinical staff is scheduled for the first visit to your home
  2. Interviews will be conducted by the staff to pinpoint your concerns
  3. Direct observations will be conducted on the behavior(s) of concern
  4. Recommendations will be provided on what you can do to improve the current situation
  5. One or two visits will be scheduled per week to ensure positive changes are occurring
  6. Our staff will teach you different behavior techniques during the visits
  7. Our clinical staff will start to fade out when your child’s behaviors have improved, and that you have learned the necessary behavioral strategies

Intensive Behavior Therapy:

 

Intensive Behavior Therapy is a total package for your child and family. Lead Way Behavioral Services’ intensive behavior therapy consists of the following components:

  • Assessment
  • Direct supervision and therapy

 

Assessment:

Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) is often the first step to determine what your child’s needs are and how we can effectively provide quality behavioral services to support your family. In this process, multiple interviews and observations will be conducted by our board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) to pinpoint your child’s needs in different areas (social, communication, independent living skills, motor and fine motor skills, challenging behaviors) for our assessor to develop a tailor made skill acquisition curriculum and behavioral intervention plan for your child and family.

 

A number of assessment tools will be used in our FBA interviews, for example:

  • Vineland-II
  • Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP)
  • The Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS)
  • Questions About Behavioral Functions (QABF)
  • Reinforcement Assessment for Individual with Severe Disabilities (RAISD)
  • Lead Way Behavioral Services’ Indirect Assessment Packet

 

The entire assessment process could last from 8 hours to 16 hours long depending on your child and family needs. A comprehensive assessment report will then be written by our board certified assessor after the interview and direct observation sessions. The main goal of our assessment report is to give you a complete picture about your child’s skills in different areas, and what we can do as professionals to help your child to achieve his or her goals.

 

Direct Supervision and Therapy:

After assessment is completed, a clinical team will be assigned to your child and family. Our clinical team consists of three staff: 1) therapist, 2) case supervisor, and 3) BCBA supervisor. The objectives of our clinical team are as follow: a) implement your child’s skill acquisition and behavior plan based on the results of the assessment report, b) make necessary changes to your child’s behavioral program to ensure it fits your child’s functioning level, c) teach caregivers behavioral strategies to promote generalization of the skills outside of therapy sessions, and d) bridge the gap between chronological age and functional age of your child.

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