Behavioral Services

BCBA

CREST Collaborative’s team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) have extensive experience working with students with a variety of disabilities that include autism spectrum disorder, emotional, behavioral and social adjustment difficulties. The BCBAs provide consultation to member and non-member districts as well as provide on going supervision to direct service providers.

 DISTRICT SERVICES

Behavior consultation by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is offered to our member and nonmember districts. Consultation will be individualized based on the needs of the student. Behavioral services CREST Collaborative offers include but are not limited to:

Behavior consultation by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is offered to our member and nonmember districts. Consultation will be individualized based on the needs of the student. Behavioral services CREST Collaborative offers include but are not limited to:

  • Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA)
  • Assessment Basic Language Learning Skills-Revised (ABLLS-R)
  • Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment Placement Program (VBMAPP)
  • BCBA Classroom Observations
  • BCBA Classroom Consultation
  • 1:1 ABA Therapy

HOME TRAINING

Highly trained ABA therapists who are supervised monthly by a BCBA deliver home training for parents and guardians. Home training is designed to provide parent training within the home and community and includes:

  • Observation and development of individualized home training goals
  • Direct Service
  • On going data collection
  • Parent Training
  • BCBA Supervision
  • Professional Development

RBT

The Registered Behavior Technician™ Certification Program is designed to provide training to teacher assistants, paraprofessional, and related service providers with the required course work for the RBT™ credential. The program is delivered in a series of modules that are aligned with the RBT™ Task List and are completed with face-to-face meetings. Participants will be required to complete online modules in addition to the face-to-face class time. The method of instruction includes lecture, readings, hands on teaching demonstrations and verbal and written assessments.

Upon completion, Registered Behavior Technician™ will have the essential skills to implement evidence-based ABA teaching strategies in both the classroom and home environment.

CONTACTS

Phone: 978-685-3000

Fax: 978-687-9648

Rebecca Fontaine, BCBA & Training Coordinator, x 1641

Brenda Shea, Administrative Assistant, x 1119