TEAM OF PROFESSIONALS

Imagine’s team is a group of professionals who have backgrounds in Applied Behavior Analysis, Positive Behavior Supports, Pivotal Response Treatment, STAR Autism, and Discrete Trial Training. Imagine serves both children and adults with challenging behaviors, and we are able to match intervention strategies to compliment your unique needs. 

Clinical Supervisor
Our Clinical Supervisors are responsible for completing assessments, developing and reviewing program implementation plans, and completing provider status reviews for all children on their caseload.  They provide direct supervision, feedback, and training for Habilitative Interventionists and Habilitative Support Staff.

 

 

Habilitative Interventionists
Our certified Habilitative Interventionists provide support, supervision, and assistance to children ages 3-17 with developmental disabilities to facilitate the child’s independence and integration into the community.  They implement support plans and focus on meeting the unique needs of each child.  Habilitative Interventionists may provide therapy in a home, community, or center location.

 

Habilitative Support Staff

Our Habilitative Support Staff provide support, supervision, and assistance to children ages 3-17 with developmental disabilities to facilitate the child’s independence and integration into the community.  Depending on each child’s needs and interests, Habilitative Support Staff create personalized, fun and enriching environments for children to grow. 

 

 

Behavioral Interventionists

Our certified Behavioral Interventionists provide support, supervision, and assistance to children with developmental disabilities to facilitate the child’s independence and integration in a school or home-school setting. Imagine contracts with schools to provide Behavioral Intervention to children on an IEP or a 504 plan who qualify for that level of care. Behavioral Intervention focuses on IEP and 504 goals to help the child be as successful and independent as possible in the school environment. Behavioral intervention not only benefits the child, but the teacher and classroom as well.  Behavioral Interventionists provide therapy in a school or home-school setting.

 

 

Developmental Specialist

Our Developmental Specialists are responsible for completing assessments, developing and reviewing program implementation plans, and completing provider status reviews for adults on their caseload.  They provide direct supervision, feedback, and training for Developmental Therapists.

 

Developmental Therapists
Our Developmental Therapists work with adults with developmental disabilities to provide therapy assisting them to develop daily living skills, such as safety, social skills, communication, hygiene, gross and fine motor skills, etc. Depending on each individual’s needs, Developmental Therapists may provide therapy in the community and/or center based settings.