Once we are ready to begin services, we will schedule an initial informational meeting. This time is used to go over company policies within our handbook, provide a brief overview of what to expect, as well as answer any questions related to services that you may have.
Shortly after the informational meeting, the supervising BCBA will schedule and conduct the initial assessment. Portions of the assessment will consist of a parent/caregiver interview to ensure careful attention is given to your concerns and priorities. Formal testing will also be conducted with your child to determine treatment goals that are based on medical necessity.
TREATMENT PLAN AND SERVICES
Based on the assessment, a formal treatment plan will be created and sent to be approved by your insurance. Once insurance does so, services will begin with an agreed upon schedule. The behavior technician(s) will deliver direct 1:1 therapy, while the supervising BCBA will be there to train staff, provide support for parent training, and analyze programming results