Transitions Behavioral Health offers community services in the form of 1:1 behavioral and therapeutic support. We work with clients and caregivers.
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Transitions Behavioral Health offers community-based services wherever you are! In-home, at school, and in other community locations.
Our community team uses an active skill-building treatment model that works to build skills with caregivers and clients. We focus on working 1:1 with caregivers and working 1:1 with clients.
Transitions Behavioral Health provides community-based services wherever needed: at home, at school, or in the community. Our services are unique because we merge traditional behavioral health interventions with Trauma-Informed Behavior Analysis procedures to better meet the individual needs of our clients.
Our clinical staff develops a Positive Behavior Support Plan, which prescribes positive interventions to model, teach, and reinforce appropriate, functionally equivalent behaviors to reduce or replace identified maladaptive behaviors. Our team will collect data on target behaviors, implement the plan with the client, and model the plan for the caregivers, teachers, support staff, and other individuals involved.
We will conduct parent training workshops to discuss behavioral principles or specific interventions for target behaviors that need to be modified, increased, or decreased by the client. Parents will be given training materials for review and intervention tools to employ.
Our behavior team will implement a social skills curriculum to address the client's social areas of need, such as identifying social boundaries, thinking empathetically, starting conversations, making and maintaining friendships, and many other skills. The support professional may also utilize additional behavioral strategies, including direct modeling of target skills, role-play scenarios, video modeling, or social stories.
If appropriate, our behavior team will create a treatment plan that outlines the targeted daily living skills, including skills needed for success at home, at a vocational site, in the community, and/or at school. Evidence-based teaching principles will be used to teach the client these skills.