What is special about School Consultation?
Whether students return to school full-time, part-time, or continue virtual-learning, BPI has a plan of action for each scenario. BPI has focused on its school consultation program and is offering advanced training and support for educators.
School Consultation Services
- Student Consultation
- Classroom Consultation
- Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA)
- Behavioral Intervention Plan (BIP)
- Implementation of BIP
- Educational Identification of Students with autism
- ADOS testing
How does School Consultation work?
Our goal is to work collaboratively with schools and families to ensure that high quality, research based strategies are utilized for student growth and success. We provide support, identify needs, customize solutions, and provide opportunities for training. We individualize all programming to fit the needs of the student, teacher, classroom, school or district.
How can a School Consultation help and what does it do for the teacher or school?
School consultation often teaches educators about students with autism spectrum disorder. It provides both academic and behavioral interventions that are evidence-based and useful/can be implemented by educators (utilized by educators).
When interventions are in place, parents will see an increase in appropriate behaviors including behaviors that typically are not thought about such as requesting and waiting. With school consultations, our training of educators can create a safer learning environment for everyone.
Where is School Consultation Available?
- Chicagoland Suburbs
- Central, IL
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Dr. Winnega, a renowned clinical psychologist, specializes in autism spectrum disorder, developmental psychology, and behavior analysis. Dr. Winnega’s rich experience includes her work in the field of autism and school consultation for over 25 years.