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Who We Are
Milestones Behavioral Pediatrics serves children ages 2 to 18 with autism and other developmental disabilities, such as ODD, Fragile X Syndrome, Down Syndrome, ADHD, etc. As a BCBA owned company, we pride ourselves on our supervision and over sight to promote continual growth for both our clients and our team. We currently occupy a 10,000 square foot building that includes a sensory gym, play room, mock classroom, mock apartment, teen lounge, reading room, a kitchen for the children and a general learning area. We also offer a lovely green space out back so everyone can get some fresh air. Click here to see some pictures of our space!
We provided Applied Behavior Analysis services, commonly known as ABA therapy, to our clients. We work with you and your child to help close the developmental gap or to help increase independence and functional skills needed for living independently or with less assistance. Applied Behavior Analysis is the only treatment for autism approved by the Surgeon General. It is recommended that children receive it early (under 6) and often (30-40 hours per week) for optimal outcomes. However, we understand that this is not always possible, so we work with you to create the best schedule for you and your family based on your current situation.
How We Do It
Each child is evaluated prior to starting, and an individualized treatment plan is created for them. Once they begin, they will work towards achieving the goals and milestones outlined in their treatment plan. This is done in a 1:1 fashion, with each child being staffed with one technician while they are present. Our technicians are all 18 years or older with the minimum of a high school diploma and a clean care giver background check. Additionally, our technicians all receive 45-50 hours of in house, hands on training prior to ever working with a child independently. This not only exceeds the State standards for training, but it allows our technicians to be comfortable and confident while working with your child. All of our technicians are required to become Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) through the certification board within the first six months of employment. This helps ensure they are able to understand and implement higher level therapy skills.
Each child also receives supervision from one of our BCBAs, BCaBAs, or BTT's while they are here. Click here to meet them! This supervision is given at a minimum of 1 hour for every 10 hours your child is present, but we aim for 1 hour for every 5 they are here. All of our BTT's are required to become Board Certified assistant Behavior Analysts within 9 months of accepting the position, ensuring they have a strong understanding of basic and advanced concepts in ABA, and are backed and credentialed by the BACB.
Finally, we provide parents with a training in the basics of Applied Behavior Analysis so that they can continue the therapy we provide across multiple environments. Parents meet with their BCBA/BCaBA or BTT a minimum of twice monthly after the parent training, once at the center and once in home or the community. This helps ensure that generalization is occurring across settings, and provides family with the extra support they may need.
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What We Do
Our Visions and Philosophies
The values our company holds high are honesty, integrity, community, acceptance and innovation
The vision we hold is to become a staple in the autism community in Northeast Wisconsin. We envision doing so by providing professional and beneficial short and long term services to children and adolescents with developmental disabilities.
To make a positive impact on families and the community through the practices and dissemination of applied behavior analysis.