Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA)

Reports To: Clinical Director

 

BCaBA Duties and Responsibilities:

• Complete assessments and development treatment plans for each child

• Conduct functional Analyses and ongoing functional assessments along with behavior plans as needed under the supervision of a BCBA

• Visit and provide supervision to each child’s treatment at least twice monthly under the supervision of a BCBA

• Measure and track progress of each client based on observation and data reviews under the supervision of a BCBA

• Provide supervision and support to Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) assigned to each client under the supervision of a BCBA

• Collaborate with assigned to client BCBA’s in addressing best practice in treatment of autism

• Conduct functional behavioral assessments under the supervision of a BCBA

• Develop and monitor implementation of behavior plans and associated program under the supervision of a BCBA

• Make recommendations to teams regarding level of behavioral supports needed.

• Respond promptly and professionally to individual and family needs and requests.

• Adherence to rules and regulations and policies and procedures in provision of services.

• Oversee implementation of behavior plans and associated programs by direct care staff under the supervision of a BCBA

• Provide ongoing training and supervision (both individual and group) to behavior technicians.

• Complete daily case notes and other required program-related documentation.

• Ensure working case files are developed and maintained.

• Regularly analyze data and complete written reports to document client progress.

• Maintain HIPPA Compliance.

 

BCaBA Requirements:

• Bachelor’s degree or higher

• Certified by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board as a BCABA

• Completion of BCABA course work

• Clear Background Screening

• Eligible to provide services through a variety of insurance providers

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