Having a behavior support in the classroom helps both the student and the family. Not only does the behavioral support help improve the student’s overall performance and experience in the classroom, the changes introduced carry over into the homework routine, family life, and social interaction. A behaviorist assesses the student’s abilities and determines areas of need. The therapist creates a training plan and teaches alternative behaviors to teachers and family members. Our shared goal is to ensure that the student is emotionally rewarded when they succeed in academic, family, and community settings.