Yes, we provide ABA and Transition services to those with severe behavior. All staff members are fully trained in preventing, managing, and de-escalating severe crisis behavior. We’ve encountered severe self-injury, severe property destruction, and severe aggression.

We, at Evner Behavior Services, are certified in Professional Crisis Management which provides us with researched based strategies and interventions to prevent and de-escalate crisis behavior. The PCM system began with the idea that interventions have to be painless yet effective by marrying the field of Natural Body Positioning with Behavioral Science. It led to the reputation that PCM is ‘good for difficult cases’. Yet the addition of significant non physical procedures added to the wide range of behaviors, from ‘mildly disruptive to severe’ which can be addressed with PCM. Our favorite quality of PCM is that it maintains dignity and respect for the individual needing support and it is based on research and behavioral science.

We accept individuals from age 2 through adulthood. We have staff who specialize in adults with disabilities as well as young children.

We utilize an all inclusive software program called BIPTrack. We love having a parent portal to keep parents up to date on progress, upcoming events, and it provides the convenience for parents to fill out forms online and much more.

BIPTrack provides a comprehensive, flexible portal where behavior analysts, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, administrators, teachers, aides, and parents can securely collaborate. The team can collect, view, and report real-time therapy and skill data to monitor goal progress. All data is fully annotated and immediately available for visual analysis, helping to identify antecedents.

Yes, we take the Family Empowerment Scholarship. The  Family Empowerment Scholarship (formerly Gardiner) is different from other state scholarships in that it allows parents to personalize the education of their children with unique abilities by directing money toward a combination of programs and approved providers. These include schools, therapists, specialists, curriculum, technology – even a college savings account.

MOST DEFINITELY! We think utilizing an interdisciplinary approach is the most effective practice to ensure client success. Our goal is for our clients to be successful, therefore collaborating with all parties involved in the treatment process is essential.

We take Tricare, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Medicaid. We also are able to work with parents to utilize all available payment options,


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Family Empowerment Scholarship. (n.d.). Gardiner Scholarship | Special Needs Scholarship. Step Up for Students. Retrieved November 30, 2021, from https://www.stepupforstudents.org/for-parents/special-needs/how-the-scholarship-works/

Fleisig, N. (n.d.). About PCM – PCMA. Professional Crisis Management Association. Retrieved November 30, 2021, from https://crisisintervention.com/index.php/how-we-help-you/about-pcm/