We provide school consultation services to public, private and NPS schools throughout the greater Los Angeles area. Services can be provided in the following counties in California: Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura.
We can provide a variety of training to special education teachers, general education teachers, classroom aides, and other school personnel.
Training topics include, but are not limited to, the following: Autism Spectrum Disorders, classroom behavior management, structured teaching, classroom design, social skills, increasing skill acquisition, and IEP development.
Do you have a student that you have tried everything to manage behaviors but have been unsuccessful?
Do you have a teacher that is struggling and needs 1:1 support?
We can help! We work with classroom staff and collaborate with Speech, OT, Counseling, and other auxiliary professionals to increase support for those who are struggling.
Do you need a Functional Behavior Assessment and/or a Behavior Intervention Plan? We can help!
We use a variety of data-driven assessment tools, along with observations and staff interviews, to develop the most appropriate behavior intervention plans that are functional and can be followed by all classroom staff. Training on how to implement the plans is also available, along with attendance at IEP meetings.
Do you have a special education teacher who seems lost on how to arrange the furniture, what to/what not to use to decorate the classroom, and how to use a variety of strategies to create the optimum learning environment? If so, we can help!
We can make visual supports, visual schedules, create learning zones, rearrange the furniture, and anything else that is needed to increase student learning and decrease behavioral issues.
Would you like to provide additional support to the parents of the special education students in your school or district? We can help!
We can provide small and large group parent training groups to teach parents the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis, and how to apply these principles to decrease behavioral issues and increase skill acquisition for their children.
Trauma-informed care recognizes and responds to the signs, symptoms, and risks of trauma to better support the health needs of students who have experienced Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and toxic stress.
We can train teachers and other school personnel on how to support students with one or more ACE experience.