Are you looking for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services for a loved one? Partnership for Behavior Change can accommodate children, teens, and young adults with an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis. We help provide our learners with the skills that they need to be more independent.
At Partnership for Behavior Change, we proudly offer many services, including:
- Thorough initial and ongoing assessment to ensure programming and goals are appropriate and client centered.
- Individualized programming developed for each learner by one of our very experienced board certified staff.
- Outings to stores, libraries, parks, and more to improve on our learners’ safety in public areas.
- We perform complete reassessments that are conducted at least every six months per insurance payer requirements and to ensure the goals we have set for our learners are obtainable/being obtained.
- Mentorship, supervision, and training of local students to augment and enhance their education and to help build their capacity as future behavior analysts.
- Clinicians who are readily available to meet with you to answer questions and address comments or concerns, and discuss your learners’ treatment goals and progress made.
- We provide parent training to comply with insurance requirements, to ensure that parents/guardians are actively involved in their learner’s goals, and so they may be able to facilitate good skill learning/practicing in other environments (skill generalization) such as at home or at school. The amount of time necessary per week for parent training is to be determined by the BCBA or BCaBA.
When conduction initial and ongoing assessments, our clinicians utilize the VB-MAPP (Sundberg, 2008) and AFLS (Partington, 2012), and additional tools to determine your learners’ current skill base and needs in the areas of:
- Social skills
- Independent play and play with peers
- Daily living skills (personal hygiene, house work, etc.)
- Safety skills
- Academic skills
We accept most major insurance plans including Aetna, Anthem, Cigna, Meritain, and United.
We are also providers under the Indiana Medicaid Waiver.
We utilize two facilities for our services and our main building is set up like a house to maximize daily living skill opportunities for our learners to improve on. Our facilities include:
- A large shower four learners who need assistance learning to perform daily hygiene
- A playground that is fully enclosed with an 8-foot fence to help ensure the safety of all learners
- A fully equipped kitchen
- A room with a bed and supplies to work on bedroom related daily living skills
- Separate learning spaces for individuals who require less distraction to be successful
- A large playroom where peers can interact or engage in independent play with many toy options