Consultation and Intake. Our staff BCBAs conduct consultations with the client's parents or guardians to gather information pertaining to treatment. This is the time to discuss specific services provided and to ask questions about specific treatment goals. This is also the time to discuss any concerns the parents or guardians may have. If treatment is sought, this meeting will also provide an opportunity to schedule assessments, sign consent forms, and to collect needed information.
ABLLS. TCA provides two forms of assessments. The first, Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS), is used as a curriculum guide and skill tracking system. It is generally used for higher functioning children or adults and/or school-aged children. It may assist in developing IEP objectives and goals for local school systems.
VB-MAPP. The second assessment, VB-MAPP, allows us to compare specific skills of your child to skills of their peers to monitor their progress through developmental milestones.
ABA and/or Verbal Behavior Therapy. These therapies feature both one-on-one and group sessions of behavior training that utilize ABA principles. TCA recommends between six and thirty hours per week for most clients. Most sessions will last three hours. Two hours will be spent in one-on-one sessions and the last hour will be spent in group sessions. Special arrangements may be considered depending upon availability.
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