The position of behavior staff will be to take part in working with and teaching children with disabilities as part of a team. The individuals who are chosen to work as a behavior intervention staff will be trained by ABSI's Behavior consultants and Behavior Specialists. All employees will be trained in the basics of Applied Behavior Analysis, specifically a teaching technique called Discrete Trial Training and Natural Environment Training. The training will also include information on how to implement other teaching methodologies that have proven to be helpful with children with autism, addition to your role and responsibilities, and professionalism. The behavior intervention staff will specifically conduct structured teaching in the family's home and/or school environment. They are to implement changes made to the child's home program/school programs and ensure that they are taking daily data on each program/goal taught. Timeliness is crucial; as is overall professionalism. The objective of the behavior staff is to foster the child's independence across settings and promote success.
*Part Time / Afternoon/Evenings
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