Intensive Behavioral Health Services (IBHS) are designed to provide supports and services for children and their families who are experiencing difficulties in their daily lives.
Services are short-term, intensive mental health interventions which address a child’s behavioral and mental health needs across every setting, including school, home and the community.
Services are useful for a variety of behavioral and emotional needs including but not limited to:
• Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Anxiety Disorders
• Behavioral Disorders
• Mood Disorders
Therapeutic interventions and supports used to reduce and manage a youth’s needs. They help increase coping strategies and support skill development to promote positive behaviors.
Involve the review of a youth’s behavior within his/her environment. Services explore why a behavior occurs and then uses specific interventions to address behavior. ABA Services seek to increase useful or desired behaviors.
• Navigating social relationships
• Developing social skills
• Managing emotions
• Improving communication
• Developing problem solving skills
• Increasing appropriate behavior
• Transferring knowledge of skills/methods to caregivers
The Emerging Language Camp Director can be contacted at 566-0456 or email ChristinaColon@achievementctr.org with any questions.
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