Behavior Support Services are designed to support adults with an intellectual disability, a mental health diagnosis, or a genetic disorder.
The program provides personalized services to address an individual’s behavioral, social, and emotional challenges. Behavioral challenges may include impulsivity, aggression, elopement, obsessive-repetitive behaviors, causing injury to oneself, or any other behavior that impedes the individual to be successful.
The services chosen are based upon the individual’s needs and strengths. Included in these services is an assessment and a treatment plan with interventions. Our trained staff will provide the service in the home, community, or work environment. Consultative services will be provided to the individual’s family and supports to ensure the individual’s success in all environments.
If you have a question or would like more information, please contact Jaci, Chief Program Officer.