Go Behavioral is a home-based ABA therapy service for children with autism. For children & adults with ASD or developmental delays, Go Behavioral autism therapy in California provides individualized therapies that enhance planned & natural learning opportunities. Go Behavioral is here to assist you
25-40 hours per week is required for comprehensive, individualized ABA treatment. All treatment services are provided one-on-one with qualified behavior therapists and are overseen by a clinical supervisor at all times. Programs are Primarily Home-based.
ABA programs are often delivered in the afternoons for children who attend school and last 10-15 hours per week. In this individualized one-on-one arrangement, services continue throughout the summer. Our staff collaborates with various agencies and schools.
Once a week, social skills groups gather to help children and teens build abilities in all aspects of social and emotional interaction. Our Saturday Social Skills session is for elementary school youngsters (12 and under). Groups are subdivided by age.
Parents are always a child's initial and most direct source of care. For that, all of our treatment regimens include extensive parent training. This includes gathering parental feedback on therapy and teaching parents so that they have the tools they need to effectively implement therapeutic goals at home.
Our goal is to offer your child comprehensive support that allows for consistency and positive reinforcement in social, academic, and home settings. Our experts collaborate with your child's school to create effective teaching tactics based on ABA concepts and practices.
We offer training in a number of different formats including personnel development, initial Applied behavior analysis ABA team training, Parent training and continuing education.
Functional behavioral assessments (FBA) are completed to determine why your child, student, or client is engaging in challenging behavior. Our FBAs include parent and staff interviews, rating scales, direct observations, analysis of direct observation data, and functional analysis if warranted.
At times, families just want a second opinion. We are available to consult with a team to make recommendations for program improvement. At times, schools are faced with particularly challenging students. We are available to consult, as needed to address these needs.
Children and teens aged 3 to 18 can get specialized behavioral health treatments with individualized ABA assistance in their homes, schools, and communities. Your child's behavioral and/or developmental needs will be met by our therapists. As a team, we're dedicated to:
* Evaluate your child's growth in light of your family's choices and culture.
* Knowing your child's background, strengths, and requirements in great detail.
* In the least restrictive environment possible for the kid, offering tailored, research-based treatment for skill acquisition and behavior improvement.
* Promoting communication and cooperation among all professionals working on the child's medical, educational, and treatment teams.
* To ensure cooperation and development, direct treatment workers should get regular supervision.
We provide therapy in-home, at school, and at daycare if needed. To promote generalization and to accommodate family members, we also like to go to other homes that your child may spend a lot of time at. It is important to address problematic behaviors in the environment that are often occurring
Our treatment starts with a BCBA getting to know your family, learning what behaviors you'd like to improve, and doing a skills and abilities evaluation.
Our BCBAs work with the family to develop clear, attainable objectives to address desired behavior, new abilities, and recommended goals based on the evaluation results.
The BCBA creates a plan to teach certain skills. The RBT then works with the clients directly to implement the agreed-upon therapy and collect important data.
The BCBA and RBT collaborate to assess targeted skills and make program adjustments as needed.