ABA Pathways staff brings an in-depth understanding in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and expertise in Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our consultation practices are grounded on the evidence-based principles of ABA, we conduct functional behavior assessments and develop data-driven treatment programs which provide caregivers and families pathways for change. ABA Pathways goal is to establish appropriate behaviors and skills through motivating and meaningful behavior analytic sessions. We offer a continuum of services for clients from toddlers through adult.
Our services are provided at home, in the community, and in coordination with school programs. We use a person-centered approach that focuses on individual needs and goals. We believe in working with and providing family and para-professional training to empower and sustain positive behavior changes.
ABA Pathways strives to help create a clearer path towards a brighter future.
Program Supervisors must have BCBA certification or be currently enrolled in a BCBA program. Program Supervisors must have supervisory experience and demonstrate mastery of all qualifications of behavior interventionists and clinical supervisors. Program Supervisors are responsible for all clinical aspects of providing ABA services within the model of ABA Pathways. This includes, but is not limited to, conducting assessments, writing behavior plans, supervising the implementation of behavior plans, working within the specific guidelines of each funding source, maintaining relationships with funding sources. Program Supervisors are also responsible for the development and supervision of their staff, training, meeting all coordination guidelines, and ensuring that all staff follow all company policies.
Behavior Analyst in Training (BAT)
The BAT is to assist and support the Area BCBA, create and implement a patient behavioral program and undertake work and exhibit knowledge and skills of an experienced behavior technician. The BAT must comply with the terms and conditions of the BACB supervision contract.
Lead Behavior Technician
The Lead Behavior Technician is responsible for providing assistance and support to the supervising BCBA and providing support and training to Behavior Technicians on best practices in ABA services and in accordance with Pathways customer service, patient care policies and procedures. This position works closely with the Supervising BCBA both in support and as a potential management trainee, and with the clinical BT’s.
Behavior Technician (BT)
Your role is to observe, administer and implement the client treatment program. You will provide direct ABA services, take and record data and administer parent/caregiver training per the patient’s behavior plan, needs, and development.