Circle City ABA Board Certified Behavior Analyst in Lafayette, Indiana
Circle City ABA Company Story:
Circle City ABA provides Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy for children and adolescents diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Circle City ABA has created a center-based environment where play meets progress through high-quality therapy, individualized treatment and behavior plans, and specialized programs. The mission of Circle City ABA is to enrich and empower children with autism through applied behavior analysis therapy.
Once you experience the remarkable program Circle City ABA has created, you won't want to return to any other job. Do not just take my word for it, reach out to us and speak to our current team members!
Why Work for Circle City ABA ? Just a few of the perks of being a Circle City ABA team member are below:
Medical, Dental and Vision Insurance
Flexible schedule and partial work from home opportunities
Dedication to your professional development- Paid CEUs, conferences, memberships, etc.
Paid time off
Various discounted programs
Board Certified Behavior Analyst BCBA Responsibilities:
Initial and ongoing assessment and evaluation of skills and needs for each client assigned to your team
Development and ongoing monitoring of Individual treatment plans and behavior intervention plans
Regular staff training and supervision, and providing feedback for staff enhancement and client progress
Facilitate regular caregiver meetings and training's to ensuring open communication
Submission of all required documents for internal and external audits
Identifying clients and families in need of additional supports, such as families of clients with high-risk behavior, social skills groups, family support groups, etc.
Continuous mentoring, staff engagement, retention, and recognition within teams by fostering a culture of positivity, fun work environment, refuse to engage in gossip and demeaning behaviors, dedication to a positive culture
Participating in professional development activities and sharing information with the clinical team
Producing research and opportunities to present and community events and conferences.
Maintain licensure, certification and credentialing current as well as CPR, PCM and other training required by CC ABA, the BACB and the state
Board Certified Behavior Analyst BCBA Experience:
Experience with management and leadership experience and ability to interact with families, staff, clients and community partners for coordination of care
Assessments of skills & deficits across a variety of domains
Development of individual treatment and behavior intervention plans with continuous analysis to determine levels of progress and remaining deficits
Practice using various ABA methodologies
Experience effectively communicating with parents and caregivers in the center, home, community and school settings for generalization of skills and transition training
Use of technology and various software's to ensure compliance with all requirements set accordingly
Board Certified Behavior Analyst BCBA Requirements:
Master's Degree in ABA, Special Education, Education, Psychology or related field.
BCBA Certification. Minimum of two years of experience working with children or young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders. Preferred: BCBA/BCaBA Supervision and Experience and Standards module completion.
Credentialed as BCBA by the BACB and retaining appropriate memberships certifications, and standings with other professional groups (e.g., ABAI, First Aid Certification, CPR Certification.)