• ABA services are supportive service that can be recommended by individuals, schools, or local agencies to specifically address behavioral needs.  These behaviors needs can include individualized programming such as a FBA  and BSP report writing or group consultation such as classroom or district trainings and case reviews.  In general, ABA services are funded through a service contract that specifies the service request along with amount of hours requested and related time frames.  Two level of ABA services exist. They include a Master’s Level Behavior Analyst/Specialist position and a Bachelor’s Level Behavioral Technician.  All  Master's Level support are provided by either a LIcensed Behavioral Specialist or a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.  Behavioral Technicians have either a Bachelor’s degree in a Human Services field with a minimum of 3 years of experience working with children and/or a certification as a Registered Behavioral Technician.  Services can be initiated by contacting the CIU20 office and discussing the services needed along with all hours and time frame requirements

  • Mr. Ken Smith, LPC, BCBA
    Supervisor of Clinical Support
    6 Danforth Drive
    Easton, PA 18045
    (610) 515-6469/6517
    ksmith@ciu20.org