When your child is diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder...
... or any developmental challenge, finding the help you need is an
overwhelming and daunting task. REACH Behavioral Consulting provides
Research-based Education, Achievement, Coaching and Hope for Families
whose children have an autism spectrum disorder.
believe that every child deserves to have an education that meets their
specific needs. Similarly, every family deserves to have a service
provider that meets their unique circumstances.
REACH Behavioral Consulting will assist you in navigating the maze of
service options by providing an initial intake consultation, at no cost
to the family. This is an hour long meeting with Beth, to answer
questions, gain a better understanding of ABA services and serves as an
opportunity to see if REACH Behavioral Consulting is a good match for
your family’s needs.
REACH Behavioral Consulting provides behavior analytic services to children
REACH Behavioral Consulting provides behavior analytic services to
children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, developmental disabilities and
other learning challenges. We believe that every child CAN learn, and it
is our job, as educators, to make that happen. Each child and family
presents to us a unique set of strengths, joys, challenges and
struggles. We work as a team with the family, school and other service
providers to ensure maximum learning of functional, applicable, and
achievable skills. Parents are the experts when it comes to their child,
and we work closely to develop treatment plan objectives that will make
a family’s life meaningful. Each child’s program is individualized,
utilizing research based methodologies of applied behavior analysis.
behavior analysis is the process of systematically applying
interventions based upon the principles of learning theory to improve
socially significant behaviors to a meaningful degree, and to
demonstrate that the interventions employed are responsible for the
improvement in behavior
(Baer, Wolf & Risley, 1968; Sulzer-Azaroff & Mayer, 1991).