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121 Learning Works

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Family & School Staff Development

121 Learning Works provides early intensive behavioral intervention and other home and community services. This includes in-service training and professional development for schools and districts that have staff working with students with autism and other developmental differences. Headquartered near Pine Brook, New Jersey, we provide these services to the northern and central areas of the state, and throughout parts of New York.

Behavioral Consultations

This service can be provided in the context of home and/or school, by a BCBA or BCaBA. This helps us design an appropriate and individualized plan for the child.

Program Reviews

Have one of our helpful consultants assess your child's current program, review learning objectives, teaching procedures, and other data. We then make recommendations and collaborate with family and/or school staff on how to move forward.


One-On-One Instruction

This is a direct service that can be offered right in your home or on-site in an environment like daycare centers. This is a great option for personal, tailored solutions.

Shadowing

This service is available in both home and school settings. Shadowing is a great way to help facilitate independence and provide support for your child/student in social and educational settings.

One-on-One Instructor

Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs)

FBAs are conducted in order to determine the cause of a particular problem behavior. Once completed, a behavior intervention plan may be developed and can be implemented at home and/or in school.


Comprehensive Skill-Based Assessments

Skill-based assessment tools are utilized to get a baseline measure of your child's abilities. This will, likewise, allow us to determine appropriate programming goals.

Tolerance Training

This one-on-one service is offered to children who experience difficulty tolerating specific environments, activities, or routines in everyday life. Our trained staff approaches each meeting with care and empathy.

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Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) Training

This training is provided to individuals who meet the eligibility criteria for RBT as outlined by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). The program is based on the RBT task list, and is designed to meet the 40-hour training requirement for the RBT credential.

After-School Parent Training

This service is offered at schools and school districts that have students who require the carry-over of skills mastered in school to the home. This is a convenient way for parents to learn these skills in a nearby location.


Social Skills

Social skills mean something different to every age group that we work with. Below is a simple outline of the topics you can expect us to cover based on your child's age.

Ages 3 to 5:

  • Following Game Rules
  • Engaging In Cooperative Play With Peers
  • Building Activity-Related Language (Labeling, Requesting, Responding to Others, Initiating Play)
  • Increasing Variety of Play

Ages 6 to 8:

  • Building & Maintaining Meaningful Relationships
  • Expanding Conversational Exchanges
  • Identifying Differences Between Expected & Unexpected Social Behavior
  • Tolerating Losing

Ages 9 to 13:

  • Expanding Duration of Plan and Social Interactions
  • Staying On Topic During Conversation
  • Increasing Flexibility & Compromising
  • Maintaining Attention When Social Interactions Are Not an Area of Interest