Affecting Behavior Change, LLC

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Functional Behavior Assessments

Include, but are not limited to, the following:

  1. Interview of staff, student (if applicable) and parent
  2. Student record review
  3. Observation of the student in school and, if requested, home
  4. Data collection
  5. Report

Additional: Behavior Intervention Plan


School Consultation

Classroom

  1. Ongoing support and training for the teacher and staff regarding the implementation of effective behavior management strategies within the classroom
  2. Guiding the classroom teacher to develop individual and/or group contingencies to increase student performance

Student

  1. Individual Assessments (PEAK, VB-MAPP, ABLLS-R, AFLS, IGLR)
  2. Consultation for the student’s program, developing individualized curriculum, reinforcement and teaching procedures
  3. Functional Behavior Assessments, brief, Functional Analyses and Behavior Intervention Plans


Program Evaluations

Include: record review, interviews, data collection, observations and a review of the modalities of Applied Behavior Analysis used in the program (e.g. Discrete Trial, Natural Environment Teaching, Incidental Teaching, shaping, chaining, and reinforcement).  


Expert Witness Services

Include: screening cases for merit, review and analysis of records, written or verbal reports, defining applicable standards of care and deviations from and adherence to applicable standards of care, assessing alleged damages and /or injuries, identifying and recommending potential defendants, research and analysis of validity and reliability of research studies relied on by all parties and testifying.


BCBA supervision (onsite and remote via the web)

The BACB requires all those pursuing their BCBA to obtain supervision.  ABC offers supervision to all qualifying applicants.

**Onsite supervision can be provided within a 30 mile radius of Columbus, NJ**


Telehealth Services

Home-Based includes: Treatment planning, writing skill acquisition programs, implementation of skill acquisition programs, supervision, training of para-professionals, and social skills training. Consultative services also include parent training (e.g. contingency management skills, use of activity schedules, praise to correction ratio, voice tone/voice differential, and the need for consistency to avoid intermittent reinforcement of undesired behaviors). 

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Sociosexual Education includes: learning about private and public places and behaviors, puberty, anatomical and slang terms for sexual body parts, masturbation, Touch Rules, laws (e.g. for protection, around privacy and reporting), the progression of intimate relationships and sexual intercourse.  Learners are grouped by age; 13-17 years-old and 18+.  Parental consent is required for learners under 18 or for those with guardianship.


Organizational Behavior Management (OBM)

OBM examines the work environment and involves systems analyses, management, training, and performance improvement.

Includes: Observation and evaluation of work environments, identifying processes and conducting needs analysis, implementing interventions to increase business metrics (e.g. motivation, performance and outcomes, manager/supervisory skills, employee and customer service interactions/routines), evaluation of intervention(s) through data collection and sustainability plan for the business to continue after consultation concludes.

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