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Bringing together the best in clinical services
and educational services.
Through a partnership with Ignite Child Development Services, TCEC is excited to offer a variety of options for school-based clinical autism services, with funding available through third-party billing and the Minnesota Early Intensive Developmental and Behavioral Interventions (EIDBI) program.
CONTINUUM OF CLINICAL AUTISM SERVICES
WHO'S ON OUR TEAM?
A board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) has extensive training in behavior analysis and intervention; BCBAs on our team have unique experiences working with and serving families of autistic students.
A registered behavior technician (RBT) has an additional level of certification from a BT and assists in delivering behavior-analytic services and clinical services under the direction of and close supervision of a BCBA or other qualified supervisor.
A behavior technician (BT) helps implement treatment plans customized to an individual's needs. They provide support and guidance as needed to support school teams and help autistic individuals understand and build skills to be successful in schools.
Our clinical psychologists assess and diagnose autism spectrum disorder and related conditions. They provide clinical diagnoses for students who participate in Ignite's clinical services (as needed) and they provide input on effective treatment plans for students.
Our school psychologists have extensive experience in schools and working with autistic individuals. Their expertise in autism, mental health, learning, and behavior, coupled with their understanding of special education and school systems, can support our co-located programming in a variety of ways.
In Minnesota, guidance from DHS and MDE says that special education services can be provided alongside EIDBI services. Follow these links for more information.
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