Unique Milestones offers Behavior Intervention Services which include direct intervention services provided by an implementer/Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) and supervised by a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst in a home setting. Interventions are evidence-based behavioral treatment associated with the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA). Some of the evidence-based practices utilized include; Discrete Trial Training (DTT), Natural Environment Teaching (NET), Antecedent Based Interventions, Functional Communication Training, Social Skills Training, Self-Management Strategies, Visual Support, Differential Reinforcement, and Function-Based Intervention.
Unique Milestones services individuals from 18 months into adulthood with a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or a developmental delay affecting the following areas of functioning: language and communication, social skills, play skills, self-help/independent living skills, toilet training, feeding issues, and pre-academic skills. Additionally, we serve those who exhibit difficulty following directions (compliance), repetitive and ritualistic behaviors, self-injurious behaviors (e.g., biting or hitting self), physical aggression, property destruction and running away/elopement.
We have categorized the therapies we offer into three groups; (1) Comprehensive In-Home, also known as Early Intensive Behavior Intervention (EIBI) and Intensive Behavior Intervention (IBI), (2) Short-term/Focused In-Home, and (3), Consultation Services.
Our Comprehensive or Early Intensive Behavior Services provide intensive behavior services designed to teach children new skills and minimize or eliminate challenging behavior across settings.
Services are typically provided daily for 15 to 40 hours per week during the early development period (18 months to age 5).
Our focused services are short-term behavioral services designed to help clients focus on improving specific skill areas and reducing challenging behavior across settings.
Some examples of focused/short-term services could include, but are not limited to: toilet training, food tolerance, specific behavioral concerns, establishing household/daily routines, functional living skills, community safety, and/or emotion regulation.