Behavior Services

Our team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts, Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts, and Registered Behavior Technicians work with the individual and caregivers to reduce challenging behaviors, increase functional communication, and improve self-care and daily living skills.

A Behavior Support Plan will be developed that will explain how to prevent and respond to the challenging behavior.

The Behavior Support Plan and the plan’s effectiveness will be monitored by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and/or Assistant Behavior Analyst regularly.

Services may also consist of training to increase communication, self-care, and daily living skills.

Program Eligibility

  • We service individuals who receive Medicaid Waiver funding and those who are able to privately pay.
  • The individuals must be age 22 or above.
  • The individual must present with an intellectual or  developmental disability and exhibit challenging behavior such as aggression, self-injurious behavior, property destruction etc.

contact our behavior services team

Behavior Services Department

Phone: (727) 325-9111 ext. 6328