1. Functional Behavior Assessment
Indirect, descriptive, and/or analog assessment methodologies are utilized to ascertain the function of the target behavior. The behavior analysts then collaborate with the educational team to develop Behavior Support Plans that can be realistically implemented in the public school setting by teachers and teacher assistants.
2. Independent Program Educational Evaluation
Curriculum-based instruments are combined with direct observation in different settings to assess a wide range of skills. An IPE will deepen individualized treatment and guide the current/future design of behavior analytic programs.
3. Transition Assessment
A Comprehensive Transition assessment combines criterion referenced, norm referenced, and behavioral evaluation techniques to assess learning and developmental strengths and challenges and to identify vocational interests. Standardized instruments are combined with observation, interviews with the student, the family, and the educational team, and criterion referenced instruments to develop a vocational profile that will guide recommendations for transitional needs and specific career exploration opportunities.
4. Diagnostic Assessment
Diagnostic Assessments combine criterion and norm-referenced instruments to confirm diagnosis of Autism, Attention Deficit Disorder, or other behavioral or development disorders.