About Guiding Behavior Outcomes
What We Offer
We provide ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) in-home behavioral health services to children with Autism and other disabilities. We cover most of eastern Riverside County and accept most insurances including Medi-Cal through IEHP.
Guiding Behavior Outcomes focuses on in-home behavioral services. We are passionate and involved with our clients, offering classic care with a more hands-on approach. Our 7 years in business has taught us to embrace the versatility of NET (Natural Environment Teaching) and DTT (Discrete Trial Training) to utilize customized programs for each child.
Our Methods of Teaching
Natural Environment Training (NET) – Child lead, play based ABA therapy that targets critical skills such a child’s motivation, response to multiple cues, self-management and the initiation of social interactions. Our staff and parent teach important skills by capitalizing off of their child’s interest in the natural environment.
Discrete Trial Training (DTT) – Discrete trial training uses ABA principles to teach an array of skills ranging from academics, fine motor, self-help, and more. Skills are broken down into the smallest tasks and taught individually until mastered. Then the child moves on to more complicated skills.
Applied Verbal Behavior – Speech or verbal behaviors are taught and reinforced. Children are taught to use language to communicate their needs.
Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS) – Typically used by children with limited verbal communication skills. It is based off of Skinner’s Verbal Behavior. Parents and children are taught in stages how to initiate requests and develop more complex expressive language. It was developed by Pyramid Educational Consultants, Inc.
Social Skills Training – Guiding Behavior Outcomes uses a variety of research based social skills curriculum to address your child’s individual social needs.
Our Assessment Methods
We utilize the VB-MAPP, Vineland-III, ABAS, and other assessment tools to gain a clear picture of your child’s strengths and potential barriers to language and learning. We use the functional behavior assessment and functional analysis to identify the function of maladaptive behavior.