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Quality Services

Our Services: Services
Teacher and Young Student


  • With direct and indirect evidence-based assessment tools, our Behavior Analyst will conduct a thorough assessment of the individual and determine their strengths and weaknesses 

  • The Behavior Analyst will determine specific problem behaviors that are targeted for treatment by means of evidence-based strategies

  • The Behavior Analyst will implement positive replacement behaviors that are targeted for treatment based upon assessment instrument outcomes

Girl with Basket of Easter Eggs


  • In-home services are provided in the home and community setting. The community setting includes, but not limited to, grocery stores, parks, restaurants, parties, movies, etc.

  • Assignment of a qualified Behavior Team which consists of the BCBA-D or BCBA or BCaBA (under supervision of BCBA-D or BCBA) and Registered Behavior Technician(s)

  • Caregivers are required to be present at all times and actively participate in services being rendered. Caregivers are required to teach skills, implement behavior reduction procedures, and collect behavior data inside and outside of scheduled session times

  • Caregivers will partake in caregiver training goals and fidelity checks

  • Daily analysis of intervention effectiveness and goal development ensures that the individual is progressing and bi-annual Individualized Behavior plan updates document the individual’s progress

  • Monthly graphs with weekly data points will be shared with the caregivers monthly

  • Collaboration with funding sources and other professionals serving the child promotes generalization and maintenance of skills

  • As the individual becomes more and more successful, the in-home sessions become less structured, more natural, and expand to other settings

  • Services are funded through Medicaid, Managed Care Plans, private insurance, grants, or private pay

Kids in Preschool


  • ZÖe Center for ABA and Development Services delivers center-based ABA programs with individualized curriculum 

  • Upon results of initial assessment and curricular assessment, development of Individualized Behavior Plan (IBP) with comprehensive behavior, communication, and skills acquisition programs

  • Assignment of a qualified BCBA-D or BCBA or BCaBA (under supervision of BCBA-D or BCBA) and Registered Behavior Technician(s)

  • Play and social skills training provided

  • Social Skills group using empirically validated Social Skills Curriculum

  • Behavior management for behavioral concerns/issues

  • Caregivers are not required to be present during sessions, however are required 1-2 hours/week of parent training and 1-2 hours/month of in home services to ensure generalization

  • Caregivers will partake in parent training goals and fidelity checks

  • 1:1 or 1:2 ratio full-time therapy

  • Services are funded through Medicaid, Medicaid Managed Care Plans, private insurance, grants, or private pay

High Fives


  • School services take place in the general or special education classroom setting where the Registered Behavior Technician shadows the student, approaching and assisting the student when necessary and fading assistance when the student is able to independently demonstrate appropriate academic skills and social skills with classroom peers

  • Support services for students include programming designed to decrease behavior problems while creating functional learning outcomes, adaptive replacement behaviors, and skill building curricula using evidence-based strategies

  • The behavior team of between 2 to 3 professionals consists of a BCBA-D or BCBA and the one-to-one Behavior Technician(s)

  • The behavior team works collaboratively with the educational team to ensure the individual’s success in the classroom and success with the individualized education plan (IEP) goals and objectives

  • Shared goals, clear roles, and ongoing communication ensures maintenance of the quality of the programming

  • Curriculum development is individually tailored in coordination with the school district and the IEP and include programs to address cognitive development, behavior management, social skills, and language and communication development

  • Daily analysis of intervention effectiveness and goal development ensures that the individual is progressing and quarterly and annual reports document the individual’s progress that are presented at IEP meetings

3D Boxes


  • Caregivers become involved in setting goals and priorities for treatment; creating their own individual, community, and social networking opportunities and supports; and receiving training to become effective teachers

  • Training for caregivers addresses skills that include how to work with their child to maximize the effect of an intervention, hands-on practical application with their child for the purposes of teaching positive replacement behaviors and skill-building steps, and how to plan for the future

  • ABA concepts are broken down and taught through direct instruction, demonstration, role-play, sample video segments, and written and videotaped homework assignments in order to instill caregiver support, confidence, and mastery of concepts

  • BCBA-D or BCBA or BCaBA designs, manages, and oversees the quality of the individual’s programming; manages data collection procedures; and measures intervention effectiveness for all replacement behavior skill areas

  • BCBA-D or BCBA or BCaBA conducts on-site observation (in-home or in the community) and ensures the reliable implementation of the specific interventions while the Registered Behavior Technician is working with the individual

  • BCBA-D or BCBA or BCaBA monitors the individual’s progress via direct interaction, observation, and on-site data review, and revises programming as necessary

  • ZÖe Center for ABA and Development Services develops and conducts individualized trainings for the specific needs of a particular school, classroom, organization, or varying levels of staff needing the training

  • Services provided by ZÖe Center for ABA and Development Services include evidence-based instructional activities and strategies specifically tailored for training staff, for each student or classroom, and consultation services for school district staff and other professionals

  • ZÖe Center for ABA and Development Services experienced providers offer a collaborative framework of evidence-based, friendly interventions, and support that includes written and informal verbal instruction, role-play, and performance feedback


Business Consultation


We believe strongly in mentoring our staff, in particular those seeking certification in the field of ABA. For any staff that are actively enrolled in an ABA Approved Course Sequence for either the BCaBA or BCBA, we will help provide the required Supervision of the experience hours necessary to qualify to sit for the BCBA exam. Our Mentoring Program (Z.BAM) follows all regulations based on the current BACB standards including the latest edition supervision requirements.  

  • Partnerships with universities that provide discounts and resources

  • Restricted and unrestricted hours are provided

  • Experience in a variety of settings

  • Experience and supervision from a variety of supervisors with varying experiences in the field

  • Individual and group supervision hours

  • Access to variety of study guides, tools, curriculum, etc.

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