getting started


getting started


Step 1: Contact Us


We look forward to answering all of your questions and walking you through our process of how to start therapy! We will discuss staff availability, a tentative schedule for therapy, and specific insurance coverage prior to our first visit.

Insurance We Accept

Step 1: Contact Us


We look forward to answering all of your questions and walking you through our process of how to start therapy! We will discuss staff availability, a tentative schedule for therapy, and specific insurance coverage prior to our first visit.

Insurance We Accept

Step 2: Meet & Greet


A visit will be scheduled, at your home or school, in order for you to meet the staff who will be working with your loved one. We will discuss what the primary needs are at this time and which services would be most beneficial. In-depth questions about your child, family, & child’s school will be asked so that the BCBA may gather important information for the assessment.

Our Services

Step 2: Meet & Greet


A visit will be scheduled, at your home or school, in order for you to meet the staff who will be working with your loved one. We will discuss what the primary needs are at this time and which services would be most beneficial. In-depth questions about your child, family, & child’s school will be asked so that the BCBA may gather important information for the assessment.

Our Services


Step 3: Assessment Conducted


Behavior Builders uses a combination of 1:1 direct assessment/observation as well as data collection from parents/teachers (such as rating scales, tracking of problem behavior, etc.). Assessments may take anywhere from 2-10 hours to complete and are scheduled around your availability. Reports from other therapists (ST/PT/OT), doctors (psychologist, pediatrician, etc.) as well as progress reports from school will aid in the assessment.

Step 3: Assessment Conducted


Behavior Builders uses a combination of 1:1 direct assessment/observation as well as data collection from parents/teachers (such as rating scales, tracking of problem behavior, etc.). Assessments may take anywhere from 2-10 hours to complete and are scheduled around your availability. Reports from other therapists (ST/PT/OT), doctors (psychologist, pediatrician, etc.) as well as progress reports from school will aid in the assessment.


Step 4: Assessment &
Treatment Plan Write-Up


Once the assessment is completed and data collection received from the parents/teacher, the BCBA will score everything and write the assessment report, which includes the recommended number of hours for therapy. A comprehensive treatment plan will also be created including individualized goals for therapy, teaching procedures, lesson plans, and data sheets used for tracking your child’s progress.

Step 4:
Assessment &
Treatment Plan Write-Up


Once the assessment is completed and data collection received from the parents/teacher, the BCBA will score everything and write the assessment report, which includes the recommended number of hours for therapy. A comprehensive treatment plan will also be created including individualized goals for therapy, teaching procedures, lesson plans, and data sheets used for tracking your child’s progress.


Step 5: Starting Therapy


Following the completion of the assessment and treatment plan, the BCBA meets with the family to explain the results and, if the family wishes to move ahead with therapy, the weekly schedule of services will be confirmed. Our goal of therapy is to not only create a successful program for our clients, but for their loved ones as well. This includes conducting training for families, caregivers, teachers and other professionals in the child’s life.

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Step 5: Starting Therapy


Following the completion of the assessment and treatment plan, the BCBA meets with the family to explain the results and, if the family wishes to move ahead with therapy, the weekly schedule of services will be confirmed. Our goal of therapy is to not only create a successful program for our clients, but for their loved ones as well. This includes conducting training for families, caregivers, teachers and other professionals in the child’s life.

Contact Us Today