Individualized Services for Teens and Adults (serving ages 14+)
Individualized Services for teens and adults provide applied behavior analysis (ABA) intervention across environments to meet the needs of our clients with ASD and their families. Treatment is primarily implemented in the home and community to target the unique needs of each teen and adult.
Clients receive weekly one-on-one intervention services. In a typical week, individuals may receive between 7-20 hours of intervention. Sessions are highly individualized in order to incorporate the goals of each client and their family. Services are supervised by a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and implemented by highly trained clinicians. Clients may work on important goals including but not limited to self-management skills, building independence, and social skills development.
Employment support may also be a goal for someone interested in SARRC’s individualized Services Program. Clients may receive a functional assessment from identifying strengths and interests and developing employment support goals. Goals are focused on increasing competitive employment opportunities by teaching valuable work-related behaviors such as:
- Navigating workplace culture
- Ways to advocate in the workplace
- Time management and executive functioning skills
- Support with resume and job interview preparation
- On-the-job support
Monthly family support training may also be available to clients and families who are interested in receiving additional support.
- Private insurance (SARRC accepts most major insurance plans)
- Private pay
- Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) Program
For more information about SARRC’s Individualized Services for Teens and Adults, please contact our Family Resource Team at 602.606.9806 or contact us online.