BBB INTERVENTIONSOur Services
Building Blocks offers direct 1:1 therapy for individuals with disabilities of all ages in a home, school, or community setting. Our trained Behavior Therapists, BCaBAs, and BCBAs will closely assess each child’s strengths and needs in the areas of life skills, language, social skills, and academics through indirect and direct assessments. Based on the findings, a unique, custom designed program will be developed.
The program will include a variety of behavior analytic procedures supported by scientific research including:
- Positive Behavior Support
- Incidental and Natural Environment Teaching
- Discrete Trial Training
- Story Based Intervention
- Pivotal Response Training
Skills we treat:
- Verbal Behavior/ Functional Communication Skills
- Life Skill
- Social/Play Skill
- Feeding/Toilet Training
- Self-Awareness and Emotional Control
Individuals we serve:
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Mental Handicap
- Learning Disability
- Emotional Behavior Disability
- Oppositional Defiant Disorder
- Other Developmental Disability
Individual ABA Programs
Toilet Training Skills
Parent education is essential to the progress that your child will make. Our therapist will arrange regular meetings with our parents to discuss treatment goals, progress of their child, and new potential interventions. During every therapy session, the therapist will model interventions, provide feedback, and provide tools for continuation of treatment in the community and home setting.
Our staff is highly trained in the implementation of protocols to increase functional and social communication. A wide variety of skills will be addressed including receptive and expressive language such as requesting wants and needs, having back and forth conversations, labeling and identifying objects and people, etc. Each treatment plan is designed specifically for your child’s needs.
All our therapists hold at least a bachelor’s degree or have equivalent extensive training specifically in research supported treatments for autism spectrum disorders.
Supervision of each child’s program is provided by either a BCBA or BCaBA.
We provide behavioral assessments, parent & staff training, program supervision, and quality monitoring for VBMAPP or ABLLS programs. Each of our program supervisors are board certified by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board™.
Please call 267-597-1029, or use the contact form below, for further information or clarification.