Work for Pieces
Our staff travel to clients’ homes, schools, and other community locations where the child feels most comfortable and is likely to make the most progress. During each 2-3 hour session, therapists work with children to develop the skills each child needs to be successful.
Therapist's will focus on building self-help skills, functional communication skills, learning readiness skills, and reducing problem behavior. Therapists design teaching sessions to be fun and interactive. Throughout each session, parents and caregivers are present and involved so that they can continue to practice the skills with the child after the therapist leaves. Supervisors also overlap in sessions each week to answer any questions and to provide therapists with ongoing training and support.
For those new to the field and looking to gain experience. Associate behavior therapists receive comprehensive training and learn to implement behavior programming written by a BCBA.
For those with at least one year of ABA experience, and an RBT certification, who are eager to take the next step on their career path. Expand your knowledge by writing skill programs and progress reports, and training Junior Behavior Therapists.
For new or experienced BCBAs who are interested in working in client's homes and communities. BCBAs will plan, develop, and monitor a variety of behavioral support service delivery options to meet the needs of clients diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders and/or other behavioral and social/communication challenges.