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Welcome to

Partnership For Behavior Change

We provide applied behavior analysis (ABA) services for children, teens, and young adults with autism spectrum disorders through commercial insurance and all Indiana Medicaid plans. We participate with: Aetna, Anthem, Cigna, Meritain, United, and Tricare. We are also a provider under the Indiana Medicaid Waiver. Our board certified staff have additional training and expertise in feeding therapy, general and special education, handwriting and sexuality education.

With four Board Certified Behavior Analysts and four Board Certified assistant Behavior Analysts, plus a growing number of Registered Behavior Technicians, we provide:

  • Thorough initial and ongoing assessment to ensure programing and goals are appropriate
  • Individualized programs developed for each child by one of our Board Certified Behavior Analysts
  • Goals focused on skills in areas of communication, play, socialization, community integration, and daily living
  • Additional focus on reducing behaviors that interfere with learning and activities of daily living, while ensuring respect for the child and optimizing choice making
  • Daily data collection to inform clinicians – and parents – of each child’s progress or need for programming changes.
  • Complete re-assessments conducted at least every six-months per insurance payer requirements
  • Mentorship, supervision, and training of local students to augment and enhance their education and help build their capacity as future behavior analysts
  • Clinicians readily available to meet with you to answer questions, address concerns, and discuss your child’s progress
  • Parent training to facilitate generalization of programming to the child’s home and community

 

All staff are trained and certified in Quality Behavior Services Safety Care

Many staff certified in American Red Cross CPR and First Aid with an instructor on staff

Staff regularly present research and participate in lectures in their areas of expertise at local, national, and international conferences

When conducting initial and ongoing assessments, our clinicians use the VB-MAPP (Sundberg, 2008), the AFLS (Partington, 2012), and additional tools to determine your child’s current skills and needs in the areas of:

  • Communication
  • Social skills
  • Community-based skills
  • Daily living skills
  • Independent play and play with others
  • Behaviors that may interfere with learning and activities of daily living