Consulting to Other Agencies and Organizations

We frequently assist other agencies and organziations in providing outstanding behavioral services to their customers and clients. If you are just starting out and would like some help getting your behavioral practice up and running – we can help. If you are an established behavioral practice and want to improve your services, or just find out if you can improve – we can help. Or, if your agency or organization is having difficulty meeting licensing or accrediation standards – we can help.

We have decades of experience assisting small and large agencies facing all sort of issues. Our expert staff will travel to your location, perform a thorough analysis of the agency's strengths and weaknesses and develop, in conjunction with the management team, a plan to address any issues found. Contact us at (954) 577-7790 or atinfo@behavior-analysis.org  to see how we can help you. We specialize in challenging situations where time is of the essence!

Some Areas in Which We've Assisted Other Agencies

  • Individual cases related to learning and/or behavior problems
  • Classroom management
  • ABA programming
  • Specialized classrooms to promote learning & behavior
  • Staff recruitment and selection
  • Staff training and development
  • Staff performance management
  • Systems analysis and development
  • Meeting state and/or federal rules and regulations
  • Improving consumer satisfaction
  • Many, many others - if you don't see it listed call us

Some of Our Satisfied Customers

  • ABA companies and schools
  • Behavioral treatment agencies and facilities
  • Preschools
  • Elementary schools
  • High schools
  • Universities
  • Support living arrangements
  • Group Homes
  • Large residential facilities
  • Supported employment agencies
  • Vocational training facilities
  • Mental health centers
  • Mental health hospitals
  • Institutions for the developmentally delayed
  • County governments
  • School Boards
  • State governments
  • Governments of entire countries

How it Works

AS FAR IN ADVANCE AS POSSIBLE
Contact our office to discuss your specific needs and determine the most appropriate consultation services and schedule. We'll then send you a written proposal describing exactly what we'll do and how we'll do it. Because demand is high for these services, it is important to plan in advance as far as possible.

ONCE YOU AGREE TO THE CONSULTION PROPOSAL
We will contact you to make all final arrangements for the visit.

ONE WEEK BEFORE YOUR SCHEDULED ARRIVAL
Your consultant will speak to you to confirm all the consultation activities and answer any last-minute questions you may have

ARRIVAL DAY
When your consultant arrives, he or she will get right to work. The visit will begin with a quick meeting to finalize the schedule and make sure everyone understands exactly what will done, with whom it will be done and when it will be done.

ASSESSMENT & REPORT
The initial visit typically involves assessemnt of the situation leading to our involvement. This ranges from a several hour assessemnt of a single individual's behavior to a comprehensive multi-day evaluation of the strenghts and weaknesses of an entire facility. Depending upon the agency's needs, we also write a detailed report of our findings and a plan to address any identified weaknesses.

EVERY DAY
Your consultant will perform the activities and follow the schedule agreed upon in the proposal. It is important that all persons involved in the consultation are where they should be at the time they are supposed to be there. This will help ensure that no time is wasted during the consultation. Your consultant will give you daily updates to keep you informed of the process and the progress being made and work out any schedule changes that may be necessary to meet your needs. At the end of the consultation visit, your consultant will thoroughly debrief you on the progress made and give you recommendations for any suggested follow up, if necessary.

AFTER THE CONSULTATION
Your consultant will follow up with you according to the schedule agreed upon in the proposal and/or during the consultation. Follow up is important in making sure that the progress made during the consultation continues after the consultant leaves.