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Welcome to Behavior by Design, LLC

Engineering Behavior Today to Build a Better Tomorrow

Behavior By Design helps individuals improve their quality of life through the evidence-based science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Some of our specialties include toileting, sleep, feeding, dangerous behaviors, life skills, communication, social skills, leisure skills, classroom management, team building, and systems support.

Early Childhood

Behavior by Design is proud to say that we offer services to families who are part of the Early Intervention (EI) program.

Adult Services

Adult services are available for those 18 years of age or older. Both ongoing services or consultations are offered in the home or community.

Feeding

Feeding consultations and ongoing services are provided to help address individual concerns.

Autism

Services are provided to support families and help individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Organizational Behavior Management

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) helps improve individual and group performance in the workplace.

Training & Presentations

We provide training for parents, caregivers, school personnel, and other professionals.

How to Help Your Child Try New Foods

Do you have a picky eater on your hands? Are you stuck making more than 1 cuisine for the same dinner table? Many families face these same struggles and find it a challenge to prepare a meal that the whole family will love! Finding ways to get your child to try new foods can be difficult and overwhelming, but it

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It’s Time to Share the Agenda

Some children can quickly grasp and follow a daily schedule without being told, but this is not the case for all…. So, how do we help these individuals stay on track? A VISUAL SCHEDULE IS HOW! This is a visual representation of daily events. These events can be pictures of routine activities or the steps it takes to complete a

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Staying Active During COVID-19

Due to the new circumstances caused by COVID-19, it is not uncommon for individuals to be less active and more ‘sluggish’ than usual. However, staying active is very important for not only physical health but mental health as well! It is no surprise that there are many physical benefits to regular exercise. Physical benefits include managing weight reducing high blood

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Dealing with Changes During COVID-19

Adapting to changes in your routine can be odd, scary, interesting, and sometimes necessary. Right now, families all over the world are adjusting their family routines, daily choices, and goals for their family. Social skills, communication skills, learning/classroom behavior, independence, and other goals now look totally different or may change priority. As parents, as teachers, as helpers we all have

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How to keep Your Child Engaged at Home

This is a difficult time for many people, especially parents. It’s hard enough to be working from home, and now you have a little one home from daycare or school to make it a little more challenging. Here are some ideas to help parents struggling to keep their toddlers and preschool kiddos engaged during the day in quarantine. Some of

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Working While Quarantined

During this pandemic many of us are starting our days stumbling from our bedrooms and trying to wake up as we begin working in a newly designed office space, at home. We now find ourselves trying to clear table space, kick toys out of the way, and avoid obstacles such as our bed or couch. Are you wondering how to

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