Life & Service Transitions
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A large part of your job is helping clients through life transitions, and providing them with the right services. We have a number of functional behavior, life transition, and developmental assessments that help you determine a client’s next steps.
Identify the level of care an individual requires by measuring time, money and calculation, communication, and memory.
Provide diagnosis, qualification for special programs, progress reporting, and program and treatment planning for IDD.
Get a complete picture of a child's behavior when developing intervention plans and individualized education programs.
Gather critical sensory information related to home, school, and work to design strategies for managing daily life.
Determine if an adult client’s motor function issues need to be addressed before they can live independently.
Develop an understanding of the social well-being and activity performance of a child with disabilities when planning a transition.
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