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Behavior technicians are responsible for assisting behavior analyst to implement behavior reduction and skill acquisition treatment plans. The behavior technician will assist clients with day-to-day activities, monitor their behavior, record and collect data on the client’s progress and communicate 1:1 with the client.
linical supervisors are responsible for developing goals, programs, materials, and behavior intervention plans under the supervision of a BCBA. Clinical supervisors oversees the work of behavior technicians and conducts quarterly competency reviews for direct reports. The clinical supervisor is responsible for ongoing individual program oversight and attending weekly supervision meetings with the program director. The clinical supervisor also is responsible for ensuring that appropriate behavioral data systems are implemented and that quantifiable behavioral data is collected at regular intervals to allow for the continual evaluation of behavior plans and the achievement of individual goals and objectives.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst
The BCBA is responsible for conducting Functional Behavioral Assessments; Overseeing Clinical Supervisors; Reviewing client program design; Report writing and review; Data analysis. In addition, the BCBA may be responsible for overseeing any of the following clinical departments: ABA, and/or Residential Services.