At True Behavioral Community Center, we will guide you in your pursuit of happiness. Behavior analysis services provide a way for a person to reduce unwanted behaviors and increase desired behaviors.
Behavior Analysis services are provided to all eligible Florida Medicaid recipients under the age of 21. years requiring medically necessary BA services.
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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a type of therapy that focuses on improving specific behaviors, such as:
- Social skills.
- Academics as well as adaptive learning skills, such as fine motor dexterity
Behavior Analysts support and assess individuals with emotional and behavioral disabilities. They are the best know to work with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)and other developmental disorders.
However, clients range from a diagnosis of ASD to those with mental health issues(e.g. ADHD, ODD, etc.).Behavior Analysts use applied behavior analysis, or ABA, which is and evidence-based behavior therapy. They create and implement interventions to improve and change socially significant behaviors in their clients.
We also offered parents training:
Behavior Analysts conduct assessments and set social and developmental goals for their clients. they work closely with the Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) and also provide caregiver training to the client’s parents or legal guardian, as well as their teachers and other caregivers that are involved in the client’s life and upbringing. Training the recipient’s family, caregivers, and other involved persons on the implementation of the behavior plan and intervention strategies.
Frequently Asked Questions
HOW DO OUR SERVICES START?
Your first appointment will be arranged with one of our Behavioral Analyst Supervisors (with the child’s parents/guardian) as soon as it is approved by EQ (EQ is the one who revises all documentation and transfers it over to the insurance). At TBCC we do not have waiting lists for the service.
HOW MANY HOURS ARE APPROVED FOR A CLIENT?
This is based on the client’s assessment and treatment plan, provided by the analyst in charge of the case. Elements such as behaviors that pose a threat to the client’s life or others are taken into consideration to determine that a greater number of hours may be required. The maximum number of hours per week of combined services (RBT plus Analyst) is between 30 -35 hours. 10 hours per day is the maximum recommended. The longest session recommended is of 6 hours.
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