Applied Behavior Analysis

Scarab Behavioral Health Services Applied Behavior Analysis Program offers support to families including:

  • In-home intensive behavioral supports for children and youth with a Developmental disability and/or acquired neurologic disability and co-existing mental health issues.
  • School-based consulting for students with challenging behaviors as a result of neurologic disability, such as, Traumatic Brain Injury, Autism Spectrum Disorder, etc.
  • Training for school-based personnel regarding behavioral assessment, supports and interventions for students with challenging behaviors as a result of neurologic disability, such as, Traumatic Brain Injury, Autism Spectrum Disorder, etc.

Referral Criteria include

  1. The child has a diagnosis of a Developmental Disability, such as, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Intellectual Disability, or an acquired disability, such as Traumatic Brain Injury.
  2. The child has co-existing mental health and behavioral issues, such as, aggression, depression, anxiety, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, etc.
  3. The child’s behavioral, psycho-social, educational and social challenges cannot be effectively managed in the outpatient setting.
  4. The child can be expected to improve with medically necessary and appropriate therapy (based on knowledge of appropriate interventions for both the Developmental Disability and the mental health challenges).