ABA Therapy Referrals
By working with pediatricians, daycares, and schools, we provide a comprehensive approach to care that benefits the children we share.
Why Refer to Positive Behavior Services?
At Positive Behavior Services, we’re all about building strong relationships with our community partners, including public and private schools, local businesses, and community organizations. We’re passionate about supporting children and families with special needs, and we believe that by working together, we can help ensure that every child receives the care they need to thrive.
Our team of experts is here to provide evidence-based interventions, as well as additional resources and support, to help meet the unique developmental needs of each child. We work closely with pediatricians, daycares, and schools to take a comprehensive approach to care that benefits all the kids we serve. Best of all, we offer a whole bunch of FREE services to our communities, which we think could greatly benefit your patients. Check them out below!
How To Submit an Autism Therapy Referral
We want to be your first thought for help in assisting children with autism and their families. We want to work together with you to serve these families. We are happy to receive your referral to our services.
What is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)?
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a scientific discipline and therapeutic approach that uses the principles of behaviorism to modify and shape behavior. In-home ABA therapy focuses on understanding how behavior is learned and how it can be changed by manipulating environmental variables.
ABA is considered one of the top treatments for autism because it is evidence-based and has been shown to be effective in improving a range of skills in children with ASD. These skills, which can be monitored through ABA skills assessment, may include communication, socialization, self-care, and academic skills. ABA therapy is also highly individualized and tailored to each child’s specific needs and abilities.
Learn more about how we can help your patients
Here, we’re all about supporting families every step of the way. We know that raising a child with special needs can be challenging, and it’s easy to feel lost and overwhelmed. That’s why we’re proud to offer a dedicated Family Resource Navigator to provide custom autism help for parents who’s always on hand to provide custom autism help for parents. Our Navigator is here to help families access the resources they need and offer expert consultation whenever they need it.
There are other things that make us unique, too – we’re the only company offering ABA therapy in Florida and Georgia with a full-time Family Resource Navigator! This sets us apart from other ABA businesses, and we’re excited to bring our expertise and experience to families in both states.
If you are a physician looking for a clinic to refer to or a parent with many questions, we want to help. Please submit your information in the form, and we will contact you within 24 hours. Thank you so much for entrusting us with your inquiry.
Call Us at (800) 920-1927 today.
Contact Us to Get Started
Fill out the form or give us a call to learn more on how we can be partners in the development of the children we serve.
About Positive Behavior Services
Positive Behavior Services (PBS) is a leading provider of high-quality, evidence-based autism therapy for children in the region. We specialize in providing individualized, comprehensive in-home ABA therapy tailored to meet each child’s unique needs. Our mission is to help children with autism reach their full potential by providing effective, evidence-based interventions backed by science.
At Positive Behavior Services, our team of highly trained and skilled professionals is committed to developing individualized treatment plans tailored to each child’s specific needs and goals. We use only evidence-based interventions and strategies backed by science to ensure that our services are effective and produce measurable outcomes.
We place a high premium on training our staff to ensure they are highly trained and skilled in the latest techniques and strategies for treating autism. Our team of professionals includes Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and Board-Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBA) who have extensive experience working with children with autism. We believe investing in our staff is essential to providing the highest quality care for our patients.
What We Offer
Below is a list of FREE services we offer to the communities we serve that may be a benefit to your patients.
Free Parent Training Workshops
We are pleased to offer a free monthly parent training program to provide parents with the tools and resources to support their child’s learning and development. Each session is designed to be informative, engaging, and practical, with plenty of opportunities for questions and discussion. We believe empowering parents with the knowledge and skills to support their child is essential for improving outcomes and building stronger families. We invite all parents of children with special needs to join us for this valuable program.
Free Autism Consultations
Our Family Resource Navigator provides comprehensive autism consultations for families with newly diagnosed children or those who suspect their child may display signs of autism. We understand that receiving an autism diagnosis can be overwhelming and confusing, and we are here to provide support and guidance through this process.
We take a collaborative approach, working closely with families, doctors, and providers to ensure that the best possible care is provided to the child. Based on the information provided during our consultation, we provide recommendations for the next steps, which may include therapy referrals to other specialists, therapy services, or educational resources.
Our goal is to help families and referral sources navigate the complex world of autism and provide them with the tools and support they need to ensure the best possible outcomes for their children and patients. If you are concerned about a patient in your care who was recently diagnosed or showing signs, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Free workshops and training for daycares and schools on managing behaviors
We offer specialized training to daycares and other community settings on identifying potential symptoms of autism and other developmental delays in children and practical behavior management strategies to support those children in their care. Our expert trainers provide evidence-based approaches and tools to help participants recognize the early signs of developmental delays and provide effective interventions to support children’s learning and development.
By providing this training, we aim to equip educators and caregivers with the knowledge and skills they need to create a supportive and inclusive environment for all children, including those with special needs. We believe that early identification and intervention are essential for promoting positive outcomes for children’s development and well-being, and we are committed to supporting daycares and other community settings in this critical work.
Free Special education workshops for families and community partners
We educate parents about their child’s rights under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) and other relevant laws and regulations. We provide resources and guidance on navigating the special education process, including requesting an evaluation and developing an Individualized Education Program (IEP). We offer support to help parents effectively communicate with school administrators and educators.
Free workshops and training on special needs resources and funding
We offer free individual and group consultations with information on local, state, and national resources available for children with special needs, including government programs, community organizations, and support groups. We provide guidance on how to access these resources, including eligibility requirements, application processes, and any necessary documentation, and we give ongoing support and follow-up to ensure families are successfully accessing the resources they need and addressing any new or changing needs as they arise.