Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) work collaboratively with parents, educators, and professionals to develop an Individualized Education Program/Plan (IEP) for students diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and other learning disabilities. An IEP is intended to outline annual goals, modifications, and accommodations to help each child reach their highest academic potential in the least restrictive environment.
When developing an IEP it is important to include goals, which are functional, appropriate, and specific. At PTC, we assess each child in areas such as as language, play skills, social, skills, self-help skills, and academic skills. This helps us recommend the most appropriate goals to include in your child’s IEP.
We provide support, guidance, and encouragement to our clients prior to, during, and after their child's annual IEP meeting.