A Day In the Life of an ABS Employee
Behavior Technicians (BT/RBT)
Being a part of our team as a Behavior Technician includes many rewarding and fulling duties.
Behavior Technicians create opportunities for generalization of skills in a variety of settings with patients. They are skilled, patient, understanding, and committed to the development of skills for each patient with which they work. They also implement daily intervention plans for patients, collect relevant data agreed on by the behavior intervention team, support parents, caregivers, and teachers, and collaborate with Behavior Analysts on Behavior Support Plans and Skill Acquisition Targets.
Behavior Analysts (BCBA/ BCaBA)
As part of a well experienced and qualified clinical team, current Behavior Analysts are not only held to the highest standards, but carry out a variety of duties. Behavior Analyst may:
- Design and oversee applied behavior analysis (ABA) treatment programs for patients with autism spectrum disorder and other special needs
- Train staff, parents, and other professionals to implement ABA treatment plans
- Conduct face-to-face supervision for patients in assigned region
- Conduct patient’s team meetings to update the client’s treatment plan and to support behavior instructors and parents on the team
- Assess the patient’s treatment needs and write detailed goals and objectives for each patient’s treatment plan so that progress may be tracked and measured
- Write initial assessments and progress reports
- Attend IEP, IFSP, and transition meetings to present the patient’s present level of performance, progress on current goals, and proposed goals
- Consult with parents and school personnel
- Perform other job duties, as assigned