Today’s schools and districts are challenged with providing educational services to increasingly diverse student populations presenting a multitude of challenges. These challenges not only include the delivery of academic content but also expertise in the therapeutic, clinical, and management skills required for classroom success. ACES is prepared to help districts meet these needs by providing staff with specialized skill sets to become part of district and school educational teams. This partnership option expands the school or district’s capacity to serve a wide range of students.
Full-time Behavior Analysts (with BCBA certification)
ACES can provide schools and districts with BCBAs who work full-time in those schools and districts. This includes regular, on-site, proactive supervision by ACES External Services Coordinator (a BCBA with more than 15 years of experience) and support as-needed from ACES Director of Behavior Services and Autism Programs (a doctoral-level BCBA-D with over 28 years of experience).
Full-time Registered Behavior Technicians (with RBT certification)
ACES can provide schools and districts with RBTs who work full-time in those schools and districts provided the districts also contract with ACES for BCBAs to provide the required supervision.
Full-time Behavior Technicians and Behavior Support Staff
ACES can provide schools and districts with non-certified Behavior Technicians (who service multiple students) and Behavior Support Staff (who service an individual student) who work full-time in those schools and districts provided the districts also contract with ACES for BCBAs to provide supervision.
ACES can support districts on an hour basis as well. This structure is typically used for short-term services that do not have pre-established fees.
For some services, ACES offers a fee-for-service structure in which the cost of a particular service has been published and is all-inclusive.