Behavioral Assistance (BA)
The goal of this program is to address the behavioral and emotional needs of young people diagnosed with a developmental disability. Behavioral Assistants work directly from an individual service plan that was created by a licensed clinician. Treatment services in this program are offered within the home and community settings where the youth resides.
Respite offers a relief to individuals caring for young people with developmental disabilities. Participants in the Respite Care program must be determined eligible to receive services by the Division of Developmental Disabilities prior to enrollment.
Our supportive services offer a direct, 1:1 intervention with young people living with developmental disabilities through teaching, modeling and framing.
Individual Support Services (ISS)
ISS was designed to address the need for skill development for young people living with developmental disabilities. This program focuses on the teaching of basic and fundamental activities of daily living (ADLs). A Coordinator and a Technician will work closely with the youth and family to teach and transfer skills. Participants must be determined eligible to receive services by the Division of Developmental Disabilities prior to enrollment.
Children’s Adaptive Behavior Summary (CABS) The CABS is a required measurement tool which is completed within the first 28 days of being referred to TeamUP Counseling. The purpose of the CABS is to assess the functional abilities of the youth referred for service and to make a recommendation for Individual Support Services