Adaptive Living Skills Curriculum (ALSC)
Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) Development
Checklist of Adaptive Living Skills (CALS)
Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs)
Independent Educational Evaluations (IEEs)
Inventory for Client and Agency Planning (ICAP)
Scales of Independent Behavior (SIB-R)
We provide high, unmatched quality programs for individuals affected by autism. We specialize in providing services for those individuals where behavioral issues make it difficult to be supported. Behavior Intervention ad Design strategies we utilize include ABA Techniques, Direct Teaching, Picture Exchange System, Positive Behavior Management, SCERTS Model, Social Stories & Behavior Skills Training, and TEACCH.
Our Behavior Consultants are responsible for the behavioral assessments of students, generating and implementing behavior plans to remediate behavioral and social problems for students in general and special education programs. Additionally, they work collaboratively with teachers, aides, and support staff to demonstrate best practices, strategies and techniques to enhance instruction for students with social, communication, behavioral, and learning challenges.
ALLEN Inc. has undergone training to earn its certification through IBCCES. We are so proud to have earned the designation of Certified Autism Center.
This designation means that at least 80% of the staff have participated in rigorous training. Initial training includes 25 hours of Applied Behavioral Analysis, Behavior Management, HIPPA, Clients Rights and Special Educator content. Ongoing and Annual training is provided to all staff members. In addition to behavior based content all staff are required to participate in a four day Therapeutic Crisis lIntervention (TCI) training, and annual renewal.
All of our staff hold either an Autism Certificate or a Certified Autism Specialist Certification.
We are dedicated to serving individuals with autism.
At least 80% of our staff are trained and certified in the field of Autism.
We maintain compliance with National Healthcare/Education Accreditation standards.
We are committed to ongoing training in autism.
We comply with HIPPA and ADA requirements.
In 2014, 1:68 kids diagnosed (CDC)
600% increase in Autism diagnosis over the last 10 years
Increased demand by parents
Lack of relevant skills among current licensed professionals and caregivers
Litigation around Autism
Bridges the gap between formal college education and what is needed in workforce
Rapidly changing research requires constant skill assessment and training