How can QBC address Early Intervention needs?
QBC offers Early Intervention programs to support
families with children 2-5 years old with
developmental delays and disabilities.
Primary Interventions Used
• Verbal Behavior: QBC can teach your learners how to become a more effective communicators
• Precision Teaching: QBC can teach your learners the role of behavior fluency and how it applies to social and academic needs
• Social Skills: QBC can teach the learners how to share, take turns, and perform cooperative activities
• Self Management: QBC can teach learners how to ask for help, feedback, and breaks
• Increase flexibility during routines: QBC can teach learners how to adjust to changes in day to day
Early intervention is designed to help children with various developmental delays and disabilities. It is called early intervention because a child could be put on a behavior plan as early as Kindergarden. Starting a child with a disability on any early intervention program is proven to be beneficial both in the present and the future.
For those children with the diagnoses of Aspergers, or other on the autistic spectrum, early intervention is a pivotal point in the childs ability to communicate, play independently and learn coping mechanisms to help with maladaptive behaviors such as tantrums.
ABA is a research proven way to help change behaviors. Our goal for each child is to receive the highest quality of care to ensure that all his abilities can be attained. It is at this time in the childs life that we would work on developing and maintaining eye contact, or responding to his name, joint attention eye gaze. We would also concentrate on some ways of communication for that child with in his/her home setting where he is most comfortable. Overall, early intervention serves as support for the family.
QBC offers Early Intervention programs to support families with children 2-5 years old with developmental delays and disabilities. Early Intervention builds upon the natural learning opportunities that occur within the daily routines of a child and their family.
The QBC method of Early Intervention is a support service that helps the child enhance daily opportunities for learning provided in varied settings. We Respect families strengths, values and diversity, making your input a vital part of the evaluation and assessment process.
Early Intervention involves the following programs:
Verbal behavior development
Social and/or emotional development
Fluent behavior development
Teach appropriate social skills
Help with fine motor and gross motor skills