RCG Behavioral Health Network provides developmental services that are individually structured to meet the unique needs of your child. Visit their center and get to know the programs offered.
Consultation services are designed to provide training, technical assistance and support to individuals of all ages with disabilities. The goal is to increase the opportunities for inclusion and success in the individual’s home and their communities.
Our program can provide services to help support the individual in a variety of formats:
In home support
School Consultation (to include IEP support)
Services are provided by agency-approved vendors of Positive Behavior Support (PBS) or Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), both of which are clinically proven approaches to reducing or eliminating behaviors which interfere with employment and independent living.
Sample behaviors targeted for decrease/increase:
Daily Living Skills
Inclusion in community settings
Referral form for Behavioral Consultation Services
Get to know our newest Spotlight Team Member! Amy has been with RCG as an ABA Therapist for a little over a year. Thanks for making a difference, Amy!
To learn more about RCG and see the services they offer, click here for their website.
Recognizing Children’s Gifts (RCG), Behavioral Health Network recognizes that there is a need for assisting individuals with certain levels of development delays, differences in development and/or a diagnosed condition which are not similar to an individual his or her age. The person may be experiencing delays in development in the home setting, community, school and/or daycare settings due to problems with adaptive functioning and communication skills. We provide each client with an individualized structured plan that will provide the pathway to enhancing their development through the use of ABA techniques.
ABA therapy is designed to increase adaptive skills and provide effective behavior training for individuals ages 2-21 that are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum disorder (ASD). These services are offered in the home or in our development center.
A child that is eligible for Autism Services usually experiences problems in one or more of the following areas: