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Our BCBAs, LBSs and teachers assess children to improve socially significant behavior, guide individualized instructor and evaluate progress.

Our providers offer a wide range of functional and skill assessments to help determine current functioning and areas of need. Assessments are chosen based on the unique needs of each client to guide treatment recommendations. See below for a list of assessments we offer.

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Assessments Offered

Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA)
A process that identifies specific target behavior, the purpose of the behavior, and what factors maintain the behavior which is interfering with the student's educational progress.
Positive Behavior Support Plans (PBSP)
Positive Behavior Support Plans (PBSP) are developed by our Behavior Consultants, in conjunction with the IEP team, based on the results of the functional assessment of behavior. It will utilize positive behavior techniques and teach acceptable alternative behavior. The PBSP focuses on teaching new behavior that requires modifications of the classroom environment/activities, adaptations to the curriculum and instructional delivery, and changes to the teacher/student relationship.
Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessments and Placement Programs (VB-MAPP)
Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessments and Placement Programs (VB-MAPP) is a criterion-referenced assessment curriculum guide and skills tracking system designed specifically for children with autism and other individuals who demonstrate language delays. It combines principles of ABA and Skinner’s analysis of verbal behavior, providing a behaviorally-based language assessment program for children with language delays.
Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS)
Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS) is a criterion-referenced skills assessment tool, tracking system, and curriculum guide. AFLS is used for teaching children, adolescents, and adults with developmental disabilities the essential skills they need in order to achieve the most independent outcomes. AFLS is the most versatile assessment system available and offers learners a pathway to independence.
Essentials for Living (EFL)
A comprehensive life skills curriculum that is evidence-based. It teaches essential skills that promote dignity and quality of life for children and adults with moderate-to-severe disabilities and limited skill repertoires. Following assessment specific, measurable goals, and procedures are identified to promote new skill development with a focus on generalization and maintenance.
The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills-Revised (ABLLS-R)
A criterion reference skill assessment based on the skills children typically develop in the first 12 years of life. It assesses skills across a variety of domains, including language, academic, self-help, and motor skills, and helps guide interventions by outlining acquired skills and skill deficits to build a balanced treatment plan for clients with disabilities.
Counseling Evaluation and Assessment
Counseling assessments include gathering intake information specific to the client and may include a variety of standardized tests, questionnaires, inventories, checklists, and rating scales to help pinpoint areas of needs to develop goals to focus treatment on.

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