Behavioral Program

Our Behavioral Program offers a range of services for individuals 18-59. Individuals must have physical, social/emotional or intellectual disabilities which require the supervision that can be met with a maximum ratio of one to three. The program is based on positive support in the areas of:

  • Vocational Training
  • Self-Help
  • Health and wellness
  • Self-Advocacy
  • Money Management
  • Mobility Training
  • Social Skills
  • Sensory Integration
  • Independent Living Skills
  • Community Integration

The Program addresses the needs of individuals with developmental disabilities who also have behavioral challenges with focus in the areas of:

  • Behavior Skills Assessment
  • Behavior Program Plans
  • Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Functional Analysis based on Target Behavior
  • Intervention & Prevention Teaching
  • Proactive & Reactive Intervention Strategies

Referred prospective consumers must meet the Entrance Criteria for Population Served. Individuals must exhibit maladaptive behavior, which prevents them from accessing other program options. The outcome expected through our program is an increase in the level of independence, better behavioral coping skills, smooth transition to a less demanding day and, for a select few, and an increase in vocational activities.