The goal of Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) is to assist clients in developing skills to increase independence at home, school, and in the community. We accomplish this by decreasing behaviors by increasing communication and skill-building through facilitated play.
We reduce or replace unwanted or "problem" behaviors at home, school, and in community environments. We use skill-building interventions to teach children daily living, communication, social, and adaptive behavioral skills,
to be able to succeed in a kindergarten, preschool, or daycare setting.
Our EIBI program is designed for individuals ages 2-7 with mental/behavioral health needs.
Services are provided M-F 8 am-11 am or 12 pm-3 pm, based on availability.
Services are provided by compassionate, qualified,
Medicaid credentialed mental and behavioral health professionals.