you consider Behavior Intervention for your child?
Where are the answers?
You have a child with a disability. The doctors have told
you your child is delayed in speech, social skills, self-help
skills, or maybe they said your child has cognitive delays or
Who do you turn to for help?
You ask the school. They give some services (speech therapy,
occupational therapy, music therapy, physical therapy, etc.). It
just seems like your child needs more. Each day passes and you
see little progress. Now you see your child is frustrated. They
might be acting out or reverting in.
How do you deal with behavior?
Your child is acting out with tantrums, self-injury,
noncompliance, defiance, aggression, self-stimulation, and/or
sensitivity to certain things in the environment. What has been
tried so far just has not made an impact.
At Behavioral Building Blocks
we can help. We can help your child communicate better, learn
real-life skills, play, tolerate changing environments, and even
improve their relationships with peers and adults.
If you are looking for a treatment that is comprehensive, goal
oriented, and family focused,
Behavioral Building Blocks can develop a plan that is
right for you. And we will be there with the support that you
need to implement it.
Who can benefit from Behavior Intervention?
Most people who have children who are young with language
and social delays or behavior problems have considered Behavior
Intervention. However, many people do not realize that with the
right plan, children who have only social skills deficits, or
those who are only mildly affected with language delays can
benefit. Plans can be developed using the childís natural
environment, parent or teacher run strategies, and minimally
invasive reinforcement procedures that can have a major impact
on a childís skill development and ultimately their academic
performance and social relationships.
If you are looking to teach your child new skills, improve their
learning potential, solve behavior problems, or just assess
whether your current plan is as effective as it could be, we can
help. Whether you have just started thinking about your childís
deficits or if you have tried many interventions and still
havenít seen the results you have hoped for, we can help. We
accept children of any age, disability, and developmental level.
Call Behavioral Building Blocks
at (734) 368-5393 to schedule a free consultation and
find out if Behavior Intervention can help your child meet their