Become an ABA Therapist
ABA Therapists love working with children and teach positive, learned skills through techniques that may include but are not limited to: reinforcement systems, incidental teaching, and discrete trial instruction.
As an ABA Therapist, you’ll work one-to-one with clients under the supervision of a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). You’ll implement a specific treatment plan that addresses the child’s behavioral management, activities of daily living, social skills, and community skills. You’ll work in a variety of environments including a center, the child’s home, and out in the community. ABA Therapists are expected to travel up to an hour from headquarters to provide these services.
BCI provides a one-week competency-based training.
- Either a Bachelor’s Degree or a High school diploma/equivalent plus 2-3 years’ experience working with children with ASD
- Valid driver’s license and reliable transportation
- Ability, with training, to perform appropriate physical restraint as needed
- The desire to help children with autism and their families
Career Path Development through Bay Path University
At BCI, we believe in providing our employees with opportunities for growth. We are pleased to offer qualified employees the ability to earn a Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis through Bay Path University. For those accepted into the program, BCI provides up to 60 percent of tuition.
Classes are taught at BCI’s offices, and we fully support your education, including flexible schedules and opportunities to put into practice what you’re learning in the classroom.
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