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A Day in the Life of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst

February 25th, 2019

Meet Jane, a Board Certified Behavioral Analyst in our Center for Developmental Pediatrics Program. Below, Jane describes what a day looks like for her here at Siskin:

"As a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with Siskin, my day usually consists of going to families’ homes for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) sessions to work with children and meet with their families. ABA sessions are often conducted by behavior therapists (Registered Behavior Technicians) who work under the BCBA. When I go see a child for an ABA session, I spend time observing the therapist’s session, providing feedback and on-going training and support, as well as working 1:1 with the child. I review the data collected in previous sessions and make updates as needed based on the child’s progress. Parents are encouraged to participate in their child’s therapy sessions, so oftentimes we are all working together during sessions. I also check in with parents to see how their child is doing, and if they have any concerns or recent successes they would like to discuss. I talk with parents about their child’s behavior plan, and how they are doing in school and in their other therapies."

Have questions about our ABA program? Contact us at 423.490.7710 for more information or visit the ABA Therapy page on our website. You can also visit the Autism Speaks ABA page to learn more about ABA Therapy.

* Please note- a physician referral is required for ABA therapy services.

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