I am Dr. Kay, Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Clinical Licensed Psychologist and School Psychologist. I have been in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis since 2013 and behavioral health since 2010. My goal is to guide parents through their role of being the superhero for the superheroes of tomorrow
Does your child struggle with learning, social interaction, or emotional regulation? You're not alone. Many children face challenges related to autism and learning disorders, and sometimes, understanding the "why" behind these struggles can be the key to unlocking their full potential.
This is where we come in. Dr. Kay offers comprehensive evaluations specifically designed to assess for Autism, ADHD and learning disorders in children and adolescents.
What is Offered:
The goal is simple: to empower you and your child with the knowledge and resources needed to thrive. With a deeper understanding of their unique needs, you can unlock their potential for learning, growth, and connection.
Navigating the complexities of special education can feel overwhelming, especially when it comes to crafting and advocating for an effective Individualized Education Program (IEP). That's where IEP advocacy services come in – providing crucial support and guidance to ensure your child receives the educational resources and accommodations they deserve.
Why Choose IEP Advocacy?
What IEP Advocacy Services Can Do:
What is ABA?
ABA is a scientific approach to understanding and modifying behavior. It's based on the principle that all behavior is learned and influenced by its environment. Through positive reinforcement and carefully designed interventions, ABA therapists can help individuals develop new skills, reduce challenging behaviors, and improve their overall quality of life.
How does ABA help children?
ABA therapy can be customized to address a wide range of needs in children, including:
To become a BCBA, individuals must complete specific educational requirements, accumulate supervised experience hours, and pass a certification exam. The fieldwork supervision component is a crucial part of the certification process.
During fieldwork supervision, a BCBA supervisor provides guidance, feedback, and support to individuals seeking certification. The supervisor helps the trainee gain practical experience in applying behavior analytic principles and techniques, conducting assessments, developing behavior intervention plans, and working with clients.