Our Mission Statement
Why This is Our Passion
We know that having a staff with a passion for helping those in need is key. It allows us to deliver quality behavioral interventions and ensures that compassion is a fundamental component during each session. For us to meet achievable goals for our patients, our mission statement is crafted as a guideline and precedence with our clinic. Utilizing the mission statement helps our staff to strive for excellence and never forget the goals we have set out to achieve.
Behavioral Achievement's Mission Statement
Behavioral Achievement’s mission is to provide appropriately designed treatments with the most effective, researched-based therapy to develop lasting changes in the lives of our clients. We support evidence-based treatment derived from the sound principles and procedures of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) that include, but are not limited to:
- Verbal Behavior Strategies
- Natural Environment Training (NET)
- and Direct Instruction.
By utilizing experience and proven methods, we will maintain our best efforts to ensure progress through individually customized intervention programs to meet each child’s unique needs.
We believe in an effective team approach to ensure our clients receive personalized services to meet their individualized needs. All staff at Behavioral Achievements continually strive to provide the highest quality services for children and young adolescents in need of behavioral help, including those with autism and other developmental disabilities. In addition, Behavioral Achievements follows all ethical guidelines set forth by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). Behavioral Achievements knows that open communication is the key to guiding those involved in the child’s life to ensure that sound and agreed-upon solutions help guarantee advancement for all established interventions. Through proper development, our agency believes that all staff is to carry out the best therapies available to support each child through their endeavors of reaching their behavioral achievements.