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All skills trainers receive training in positive behavior supports, CPR, Mandated reporting, HIPPA, Safety Cares (depending on individual need), Registered Behavior Technician training (depending on individual need) and are able to access a number of optional trainings. Skills trainers also all receive ongoing supervision from management.

Yes, skills trainers all have their background and driving records checked yearly. 

The cost of service is determined by the complexity of the individual and the job. Individuals with higher support needs are matched with staff who the education and experience to work with them effectively. 

All individuals are assessed individually so determination on if we are able to serve an individual depends on if we can do so safely and therapeutically. 

At this time we are not in network with any insurance agencies. Although we do perform ABA and have BCBAs on staff, working with insurance agencies is a full time job. Some families have had success with getting pre-approvals and services reimbursed through their insurance agencies. We do not talk to insurance agencies directly, nor do we bill them directly. However, we are happy to fill out pre-approval paperwork to help families with getting services reimbursed. Families utilizing insurance will receive a superbill. 

We are able to work with individuals to accept funds through DDS. We also work with some school districts who have contracted with us to perform the home portion of IEP services (if included). We also accept private pay. We are willing to work with various funding sources in order to assist the family in covering our services. 

Wait list times vary on hours and locations requested. If we don’t have a staff in the area after the intake process is completed we will hire for that staff. Oftentimes waits can be anywhere from 4-8 weeks. 

In order to get started we will send you an intake form and a schedule of availability through DocuSign. We will also ask that you send us a current behavior plan, IEP, and/or physical. It will take us about a week to review the paperwork. From there we will schedule an in person or zoom intake to discuss the individual and service needs. There is a one time intake fee added to the first invoice of every individual to account for the intake time and for individuals who don’t go forward with services there is no charge. 

All shifts are at least three hours long and can occur frequently or occasionally. We do scheduling a month in advance so having notice ensures we can get coverage in place. There is no maximum limit of hours. We will do overnights or respite care during the night as needed and if we have availability.