Adamant Behavioral Services, Inc. specializes in improving the lives of children and adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD), Cerebral Palsy (CP), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Intellectual Disability (ID), and other related disorders. Using empirically validated Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) treatment, our highly skilled teams work to increase a variety of skills, including but not limited to communication, adaptive skills, socialization, play skills, toilet training, community integration, vocational skills, academic skills, group interaction and classroom skills, while decreasing the occurrences of challenging behaviors.
We employ highly skilled, qualified, and caring individuals to implement each client's treatment programs. We require accurate and on-going assessments to create individualized treatment plans. Further, we are persistent on improving the clients' lives through ongoing progress within all of the programs and provide consistent parent/staff training to ensure generalization and maintenance of a variety of skills.
Together, with committed teams and families, we are adamant on ensuring that each client will see progress towards a better and functional future.
Adamant Behavioral Services specializes in providing Applied Behavior Analysis services in homes, schools, residential facilities, and the community.
Our goal is to make sure that all parents, caregivers, teachers, residential staff, administrators, and any other parties involved in your child’s or adult consumer’s care, master the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) as much as possible to help execute a consistent treatment program.
We believe that the success to every treatment is teamwork and extensive parent/staff education.
We use ABA techniques with both our staff and clients to ensure that all parties are surrounded by positive approach strategies.
We are committed to excellent care, and we want to help your child/adult consumer enhance their potentials to the fullest extent possible.
Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) who conduct behavior assessments and oversee ABA programs of their clients.
Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBAs) or Master’s Degree staff who may assist with assessments and supervise ABA programs under the direction of a BCBA.
Behavior Technicians (BTs)
The direct staff who will be implementing the programs written by their supervisors who have at least two years of experience working with children/adults with various disabilities. They may hold a Bachelor’s Degree and completed at least 40 hours of training in Applied Behavior Analysis, including instruction and assessment in ethics and professional conduct.
Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs)
The direct staff that has at least a high school diploma, completed at least 40 hours of training in Applied Behavior Analysis, and passed a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) certificate through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).