A Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Who Is Trained in Supervision of Cases
BCBA Supervision includes modeling, teaching, feedback, and data analysis. Supervisors at Acuity Behavior Solutions provide individualized programs for each client and modify programs/skills being taught in order to maximize skill teaching.
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Supervision is provided by a BCBA, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, who is trained in supervision and management of cases. BCBA Supervision includes modeling, teaching, feedback, and data analysis, as well as parent training during the supervision session. Supervisors at Acuity Behavior Solutions provide individualized programs for each client, and modify programs and skills being taught in order to maximize skill teaching.
BCBA Supervision will include:
Our behavior supervisors conduct and initial functional assessments of problem behaviors through observation and interviews with caregivers. As treatment continues, re-assessment is required and the supervisor will do this both through formal assessments and through regular supervision. Assessment helps the supervisors to create individualized goals to meet your child’s unique needs.
Using assessment results, feedback from caregivers, and the rest of the intervention team, our supervisors design a behavioral intervention plan describing the interventions and changes necessary to increase your child’s appropriate behaviors and reduce your child’s inappropriate behaviors. They will create and update an individualized set of goals and programs to increase your child’s skills. Supervisors use our curriculum of programs, which is structured but easily individualized for each child.
Our supervisors provide both you and your child’s intervention team with initial and ongoing training about how to increase skills and how to decrease problem behaviors. Parents, caregivers, other professionals, and our behavior intervention staff receive regular feedback, suggestions, advice, resources, and demonstrations from the supervisor.
Supervisors ensure your child is making progress by reviewing the data, observing, and asking questions. Data and observations are used by the supervisor to determine if any changes or updates to the programs or behavior plans are needed to increase progress.
Your child’s behavior supervisor writes reports to document your child’s improvement on established goals and objectives. You will be provided with a copy of the reports created on a regular basis. Reports will show progress in acquiring new skills, as well as progress in reducing inappropriate behaviors.