Behavior Consultants has a long history working with our clients with traumatic brain injuries. Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts use Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to craft effective treatment plans for our clients both in their home or community setting.
All programming is geared to fit the needs of each client. Assessments are completed by experienced BCBAs to identify individualized areas that need support, and the best process to target them. Our goal is to focus on ensuring challenges are addressed across all environments including where the client lives, works and socializes.
We work with clients’ multidisciplinary team to develop a treatment plan to target the most critical skills for each client. Our treatment plans are evidence-based using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and can target increasing appropriate skills, decreasing challenging behaviors, social skill and compliance with daily activities and routines.
Our highly skilled, highly dedicated licensed BCBAs (Board Certified Behavior Analysts) and RBTs
(Registered Behavior Technicians) support your family while working on goals to make a meaningful change.
A locally owned practice, we are proud to celebrate 29 years of service to Michigan clients and families. Expertise and ethical practice guide each of our interactions with you and your family.
Common challenges and Applied Behavior Analysis
Injuries to the head can contribute to significant permanent disabilities. A Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is a form of acquired brain injury resulting from physical force to the head (e.g., fall, sports injury, motor vehicle accident). The severity of a brain injury can range from mild to severe injury that can result in coma or even death.
Common challenges following a traumatic brain injury include difficulty in processing information, impaired judgment and reasoning, difficult or challenging behaviors, and socially inappropriate behavior. These struggles can lead to exclusion from social events, education and even employment opportunities. When injured, these deficits can become apparent in the months or even years following the injury.
Behavior Consultants works with adults and children who have sustained a traumatic brain injury, often from a motor vehicle accident. We work with clients, families and all care providers post-injury to assist them in getting back as close to their pre-accident levels of functioning as possible.