Behavior Intervention (BI) helps children improve their daily living skills, communication skills, adaptive and coping skills, and functional skills. BI helps children become more independent in their daily life. 

Positive reinforcement, role playing, modeling, naturalistic intervention, redirection, prompting, and time delay are used to assist children in accomplishing their goals. Behavior Specialists have at least a bachelor’s degree in a human service field, at least one year’s experience working with children diagnosed with developmental disabilities, and have met the requirements made by Idaho Department of Health and Welfare. 

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