School Based ABA services
TUT provides school districts with all the tools and services necessary to build a quality ABA program so that it meets the needs of their Learning Disabled population in the "least restrictive environment", and ensures a district's program is more closely aligned with the State of NJ APQI standards.
Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA): An FBA is conducted by a BCBA and identifies the function of, or reason for, maladaptive behaviors. FBA results lead to the development of methods to reduce inappropriate behavior while increasing appropriate, functionally equivalent, replacement behaviors.
Behavior Support Plan (BSP): A behavior support plan (BSP) will be developed by a behavior analyst based on the results of the FBA. Interventions recommended in a BSP are unique to each individual student
Supplemental In-Home Services: TUT will provide direct 1:1 therapy in the home that is supplemental to the ABA therapy a child is getting in school. Often a specific behavior will be targeted for reduction.
In-District BCBA Support: TUT offers districts supplemental behavior analytic support.
Parent Training: TUT's behavior analysts provide training on implementing recommended strategies to caregivers. This training occurs primarily in the home or other natural environments and focuses on assisting caregivers with implementing interventions.
ABA Staffing Services
ABA Temporary Staffing: TUT provides districts with temporary short and long term ABA staffing solutions. Positions include:
ABA Classroom Development: TUT works with your educators to design an efficient learning environment. This includes ABA training for all appropriate educators; maximizing the
productivity from the tools available for data collection and analysis (i.e. Rethink Tools); needs assessment of the students in the classroom; help develop lesson plans and programs; and behavior support plans if necessary. When the project is complete, we leave a working model. This can be done classroom to classroom.
ABA Program Consulting: TUT helps districts build their own ABA program or provide
evaluation and advice for improvement of an existing program (including your ESY program) so that it is aligned with the State of NJ APQI standards.
Individual Program Assessment and Evaluation: TUT’s behavior analyst will assess a child’s skills and barriers to learning. Based on the results, our BCBA will evaluate the effectiveness of the school’s program to meet the needs of the child. Evaluation includes interviews with caregivers and educators, as well as observation. The BCBA will present their findings and recommendations in a final report.
eLearning: Includes a comprehensive ABA training syllabus; video vignettes; and CE
In-Service Workshops: Tailor a program specific to your school’s needs or select from a menu of workshops targeted to paraprofessionals and educators and great for in-service days.
Functional Behavior Training (FBT): FBT is a systematic process that teaches individuals appropriate ways to replace inappropriate behavior. FBT is typically conducted following an FBA and may be part of a child's BSP.