ABA at Home and in the Community
SERVICES at home
Developing plans with positive behavior supports by reinforcing the DESIRED behaviors proactively; teaching new skills and maintaining current skills; building independent repertoires so less adult prompting is needed.
services in the community
Building on current repertoires and teaching new ones.... with REINFORCEMENT. Assessing and developing plans to address socially significant behaviors. Bringing the supports that work in other settings to build success. Meeting the learner where they are at, and seeing success.
Sample of Home and Community Supports
Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA), Functional Analysis, Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP)
Verbal Behavior Assessments, Functional Assessments
Communication Skills- Devices, Vocal, Signs, Picture Supports
Toilet Training, Sleep Behaviors, Hygiene , Eating behaviors (Limited Repertoire, Sitting at Table)
Training Parents/ Providers on Individual Needs
Aggression and Other Interfering Behaviors
Play Skills, Leisure Repertoire, Sibling Behaviors, Sensory Needs
Building Independence with Home-Related Tasks
Behaviors inhibiting access to community-based settings
Building reinforcement contingencies so success is maximized
Pre-teaching skills needed in new settings
Comprehensive Planning Due to Life Changes, Traveling, Holidays, etc.