Enhanced Behavioral Adult Day Program - Friends of Cyrus II
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Enhanced Behavioral Adult Day Program

Dr. Timothy Nipe, PhD., BCBA-D

Chief Clinical Officer

“Too often, adolescents who are impacted by developmental disabilities like ASD, do not receive the care they need to enjoy the quality of life they deserve as an adult. When one considers the vast discrepancy between the funding available for adolescents and those available to adults, the need for new ideas in treatment models for adults with high-risk challenging behaviors becomes all too clear. I feel incredibly grateful working for Friends of Cyrus II, where care is always the priority. This has allowed myself and my team to think creatively about how to bring clinical resources to bear where they are needed most.”

Higher Quality Support

A reliance on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis is fundamental to all the clinical programming here at FOC II, however the Behavior Support Plan’s that are developed within the EBDP will rely almost exclusively on experimental analysis. Whether it is establishing a sound clinical foundation based on the results of a functional analysis, or the vetting of individual treatment plan components through a treatment analysis, the plans developed within the EBDP will leverage the most up-to-date best practices in behavioral science.

Increased Clinical Support

Large clinical caseloads are a byproduct of the limited funding available to support clinical services delivered to adults. Too often this funding is not representative of the care needed to enact lasting, socially-significant changes in behavior. Overseen by a BCBA-D, the EBDP provides increased clinical support that will result in small caseload for the BCBA

Increased Direct Support

The theme of smaller caseloads will be carried over to the direct support role. Our behavior technicians will be supporting the adults served by the EBDP at a ratio of up to 2:1. This will facilitate a focus on data collection and treatment integrity vital to reaching socially-significant outcomes for the adults served within the program.

Enhanced Support

To ensure excellence in the area of direct support, the Behavior Technicians within the EBDP will receive their direct supervision from the clinical team. Enhanced supervision and training is at the heart of what separates the EBDP from other day habilitation programs available to adults with I/DD.

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