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  • Challenging Behavior Intervention:​ Specific intervention plans are put into place to address behaviors including, but not limited to, physical and verbal aggression, self-injurious behavior, property destruction, elopement, and self-stimulatory behaviors. 
  • Functional Behavioral Assessments​: An FBA includes detailed information about an individual's current level of functioning, including patterns of behavior, known skills, and areas of need. Goals and treatment plans are established after this is completed.
  • Feeding Programs:​ Overly selective food consumption is addressed to create a healthier, more well-rounded diet. 
  • Adaptive Daily Living Skills: Independent living requires proficiency in several self-help areas. These skills consist of personal hygiene and grooming, meal prep, household tasks, and prevocational skills.  
  • Community Supports: A combination addressing adaptive skills, communication skills, and behavioral challenges in commonly frequented community settings (grocery stores, library, restaurants, etc.) 
  • Toilet Training Challenges with toilet training are frequent among this population. We create toilet training programs for all ages and stages of development. 

Bluebird Behavioral Solutions offers a variety of services to suit each individual's needs. While some clients need many different supports and programs, others might only need intervention in one or two areas. We utilize a variety of teaching methods to adapt to the learning style of each client. 

All programs are based on the principles and strategies of Applied Behavior Analysis and are hand tailored to each client's performance and goals. 


What we offer...

  • School Consultation and Shadowing:​ We happily work with our clients' teachers and school professionals to ensure success in this environment. When possible, we will accompany children through their school day to work on relevant skills. 
  • Social Skills Skills, such as turn taking, sharing, making friends, conversation, appropriate interactions, and peer initiations are taught in isolation as well as in the natural environment (parks, schools, playgrounds). 
  • Teacher/Professional Training:​ We will directly review and teach both the specifics of a client's program as well as general ABA principles and strategies to ensure fidelity of implementation across environments. 
  • Caregiver Education and Training: Consistent implementation of treatment plans and interventions is crucial to our clients' success. As such, we work closely with all family members to ensure that they are equipped with the strategies required to facilitate the programs throughout each client's day.
  • Early Intensive Behavioral InterventionThis type of therapy is designed for children under the age of five and utilizes 1:1 instruction to bridge developmental gaps. Frequently targeted skills include communication, play skills, daily living activities, motor skills and preacademics.