This model allows for an RBT to come out to provide services between 10- 40 hours per week. This amount of time is recommended after your child’s initial assessment. Each program has a BCBA as a supervisor that creates programming and trains parents and RBTs. These services can be conducted in the home, within the community, or within a school.



With the help of a BCBA and LPC parents/caregivers are trained on the techniques and principles of ABA to ensure the success of each child.


B.I.T offers social skills groups for children of all ages. We bring children together in a safe environment and teach them skills that can be used in their daily lives. We focus on each child individually and work on skills at their level. During social groups we practice these skills through role plays and in group activities. 


Support Group for Parents of Differently Abled Children

Purpose: To build a support network for parents of differently abled children. The group can include but is not limited to parents of Behavioral Innovations Therapy clients. Measurable Objectives tied to National & SC Standards

  • Develop a support network for the parent

  • Educate the parents on different resources

  • Educate the parents on different techniques that the parent may find useful

  • Promote self-care


We believe that every opportunity is an opportunity to learn. Whether experiencing a planned lesson or a circumstantial obstacle, teammates are encouraged to take the reins. Teachers and volunteers in our program are never to “do for” a participant. Instead, we provide the tools and encouragement to set our teammates up for success! Life Skills consist of walking to the nearby Bilo to work on finding items in the store, budgeting, paying, and safety. Other skills include: cooking, cutting, dishes, cleaning, sweeping, writing a check, handling money, and many other necessary life skills needed as our adolescents near adulthood.



We are proud to provide an inclusive Summer Camp for ages 2-18 specializing in helping those is disabilities. Your child will learn and have fun with kids of all ages. Trained RBTs and a BCBA will lead social groups and provide services as needed. Outside SLP, OT, PT, and ABA companies are welcome to accompany your child in order for them to participate fully while getting the help they need. Older children will have the opportunity to learn functional skills such as money management and be able to go out to the community to practice the lessons taught.

Definition of Roles


• Follows through with appropriate behavior plans as specified in the home environment

• Maintains open communication with Lead Behavior Therapist or RBT regarding challenges with behavior interventions

• Maintains professional relationships with all staff members


• Delivers 10-40 hours per week of 1:1 hours

• Meets clinical competencies through assessment and observation by the Lead and BCBA

• Maintains professional relationships with parents/guardians and all other staff members

• Maintains binders, moving completed data sheets into binders

• Sets up maintenance and generalization when programs are completed in teaching phases

• Creates, gathers, organizes and/or maintains stimuli

• Ensures all paperwork is up to date


• Delivers 2-6 hours per week of lead hours with RBT

• Completes 2-5 hours per week of administrative work as required; will vary from

team to team depending on data collection methods, status of program,

experience levels of team members, number of programs, and teaching stage of client

• Monitors and tracks program progress

• Contacts Behavior Specialist to resolve programmatic issues

• Collects and prepares summary notes for RBT to review at each session.

• Provides training on terminology and procedures for all new trainees

• Meets clinical competencies through assessment by BCBA

• Maintains professional relationships with parents/guardians and all other staff members



• Conducts a 2 hour clinical review meeting 1-2x per month

• Develops behavioral and educational programming

• Assesses child periodically to determine necessity of new programming

• Monitors acquisition rates

• Monitors program progress

• Overlaps with Lead Behavior Technician 1x per month, providing

quantifiable assessments of progress

• Overlaps with each Behavior Technician 1x every 2-3 weeks providing quantifiable assessments of progress

• Observes client in school as needed/allowed

• Meets clinical competencies

• Maintains professional relationships with parents/guardians and all other staff members


• Attends or conducts a portion of the 2 hour clinical review meeting 1x per month

• Supervises and assists in behavioral and educational program development

• Supervises assessment of the child to determine necessity of new programming

• Supervises monitoring of acquisition rates and program progress

• Attends school meetings or discusses child’s progress with other

professionals working with the child at the request of the parent/guardian

• Maintains professional relationships with parents/guardians and all other staff members


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