Our Services

We Accept Referrals
Throughout New Jersey

 

Funding Sources

Insurance Funding

  • United
  • BCBS
  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Tri-Care
  • And more…

Private Pay

 

QUESTIONS? SPEAK TO A
BEHAVIOR ANALYST

REGIONAL COORDINATOR
ALICIA POWELL
1-855-832-6727 ext. 1275


Administrative Assistant
Taryn Cassidy
1-855-832-6727 ext. 1799

 

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Positive Behavior Supports Corporation

Our Services

PBS Corp is a comprehensive agency providing services to individuals with behavior challenges and skill deficits that affect their ability to function effectively in home, school, and community environments. PBS Corp. employs a large group of highly-qualified, experienced, and dedicated professionals, including master’s level (BCBA), and doctoral-level (BCBA-D) behavior analysts. Behavior assistants are available to provide ongoing support under the supervision of our behavior analysts and other professionals.

Our services are individualized and based on the clients’ and caregivers’ needs. Many of our behavior analysts specialize in designing and implementing plans for individuals with autism.  Services may range from consultation to comprehensive home and community support. PBS Corp. staff has school-based experience and collaborate with local school districts to maximize our clients’ educational success. Our program is designed to empower parents and other caregivers to support clients within their natural routines so they can be successful and self-sufficient.

Behavioral Analysis & Assistant
Our behavior analysts engage in a collaborative, individualized problem-solving process to design and implement strategies that are right for our clients, their families, and the professionals assisting them. First, we identify behaviors of concern and goals to enhance the clients’ and families quality of life. Second, we gather and analyze information to understand patterns influencing the client’s behavior. Third, we work with the caregivers to design comprehensive plans that fit within natural routines and can be used by the individuals who care for the client. These plans include strategies for:

  • preventing problems by rearranging aspects of the environment,
  • teaching skills to replace challenging behavior and build independence (e.g., communication, functional daily living and academic skills)
  • managing consequences to encourage positive behavior.

Fourth, we provide direct coaching, feedback, and support for clients and their caretakers to help implement the strategies on their own. Finally, we track outcomes to ensure that the clients’ behavior improves and the goals of intervention are achieved completely and efficiently.  The overriding goal of our services is to help clients and their caregivers live quality, inclusive lives.

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