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Behavior Analysis & Technology, Inc. provides behavioral consultation in the New England area for individuals with behavioral disturbances or special needs in a variety of settings. These include public or private schools, special education programs, collaboratives, workshops, day habilitation programs, respite facilities, residential settings, and the home. Applied behavioral interventions are designed, monitored, and supervised for a variety of behavior issues. These include eliminating interfering behaviors, such as self-injurious behavior, aggression, tantrums, and non-compliance. They also include teaching self-help skills, teaching social skills, improving self-control, and improving academic and workshop performance.

Key Benefits

Emphasis is on positive reinforcement. Behavioral change is achieved through the use of positive reinforcers. Negative consequences are avoided.

Non-restrictive. The environment and interactions with family members or with staff are arranged in such a manner that positive behavior is likely to occur. By promoting positive behaviors, negative behaviors are eliminated. As a consequence, restrictive procedures are not needed.

Programs are simple and straight-forward. Elaborate behavior plans are avoided to enhance program clarity and to reduce the need for intensive staff training. Programs are written in such a way that staff or family members who are not trained in the area of applied behavior analysis can understand them.

Focus is on only one or two behavioral goals at a time. The scope of the program is not expanded until progress is shown in a limited context. In this way, an intensive time effort on the part of staff or family members is not required. The program is not expanded to include other behaviors or settings until an effective behavioral intervention has been demonstrated.

Time outs, when used, are non-exclusionary. When time outs are used, the individual remains in the setting in which the misbehavior occurred. He/she is not removed to a separate area.

Programs are efficient and cost-effective. Programs are developed efficiently and they are quickly transferred to staff or family members, keeping consultation to a minimum.

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