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Our team helps kids be something pretty amazing. Kids.

At Hope Network Center for Autism, we’ve developed a team of experts specialized in treating learners on the autism spectrum as young as 18 months old.

Our team includes behavior analysts, behavior technicians, and social workers who provide support and advocacy, giving those we serve a wrap-around model of care.

Our team is uniquely trained and ready to serve.

“Here at Hope Network we offer our team a unique, hands-on training experience. The curriculum was designed to enhance a technician’s ability to offer high quality services from the start. Once onboarded you are set up with an individualized 1:1 training experience guided by a qualified trainer. A combination of live classrooms and shadows make up an at minimum 80 hour training. At Hope Network you get a chance to interact with learners early on, applying concepts learned in classrooms directly with clients with direct feedback from training staff. Our goal is to celebrate the individuality while preserving the autonomy of each of our learners. All programing is personalized to meet each client’s needs. Learning should be fun, and we are here to help overcome barriers and work through distress behaviors in a safe, enriched environment. Here at Hope Network, it’s our goal to fill each day with as many learning opportunities as possible, all while fostering meaningful relationships with everyone we serve.” - Erin O’Brien, Lead BCaBA

The BACB® requires clinicians to have a master’s degree, complete 270 graduate-level hours of behavior analytic coursework, obtain over 1,000 hours of BACB®-approved clinical work, and pass the BCBA Board Certification exam. In addition, BCBAs must bi-annually obtain 32 Continuing Education credits approved by the BACB®, including specific courses in ethics and supervision.

The BACB® stands for the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. The Behavior Analyst Certification Board®, Inc. (BACB®) is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation established in 1998 to meet professional credentialing needs identified by behavior analysts, governments, and consumers of behavior analysis services. The BACB® adheres to international standards for boards that grant professional credentials. Behavioral therapy should always be led by clinicians who are board certified. For more information, please refer to the BACB® website.

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