Direct ABA Provider
The primary function of the Direct ABA Provider is to provide individualized behavioral interventions based on applied behavior analysis (ABA) principles to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. This work is primarily done in homes or in community settings. The work requires driving to and from the service site(s).
• Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) through the BACB
• High school diploma or equivalent and at least 12 months of experience working with individuals with Autism and their families.
• An associate’s degree in either a human, social or educational services discipline, or a degree or certification related to behavior management from an accredited community college or educational institution and at least 6 months experience working with individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.
• Prior experience in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis is preferred.
• Provide behavioral therapy in the home and/or community setting(s), to individuals, by following and implementing specific teaching procedures based on identified area(s) of need.
• Facilitate social interactions between individuals and family or community members.
• Implement Behavior Plans and accurately document data collection
• Teach communication skills, social skills, self-help skills, and play skills through ABA principles
• Engage in and ensure safety of the individual and all others within the environment
• Maintain confidentiality of all clients and professional conduct at all times.
• Attend and participate in meetings and ongoing trainings