Rutgers New Brunswick/Piscataway Campus Project: Natural Setting Therapeutic Management

 
 
Agency Service Options
 

 

 

 

All services are provided by a Masters level behavior specialist who has received comprehensive training by the clinical supervisors at Project NSTM and is under the direct supervision of Russell J. Kormann, Ph.D.

Dr. Kormann is the administrative overseer who meets with the behavior specialist on a weekly basis to review all consultation work. Moreover, he countersigns all behavioral documents and would be available for any relevant DDD meetings that would be necessary to support the interventions utilized.

Option #1 - Ongoing Behavioral Consultation Contract

  • One day per week of on-site behavioral consultation services to no more than four (4) residential locations
  • Basic training of residential staff in behavioral assessment skills. This will include both direct service and clinical staff as indicated.
  • Completion of multi-factor behavioral needs assessment (consumer, behavior manager, environment and system) for any consumer being served in those homes
  • Analysis of assessment data collected
  • Development, implementation and maintenance of general and specific behavioral interventions to serve consumers in identified residences
  • Address staffing issue such as staff morale and burnout
  • Generation of monthly clinical summaries for all homes being served

Annual Fee for Weekly On-Site Behavioral Support

Option #2 - Individual Behavioral Assessment Referral (1 consumer)

  • Six (6) behavioral consultation visits to the residential program of identified consumer
  • Basic training of residential staff in behavioral assessment skills. This will include both direct service and clinical staff as indicated.
  • Completion of multi-factor behavioral needs assessment (consumer, behavior manager, environment and system)
  • Analysis of assessment data collected
  • Generation of Behavioral Needs Assessment report that will identify issues that are related to the target behavior and those that would need to be addressed in any behavior intervention
  • Presentation of assessment results at any administrative or clinical team meeting

Fee for Assessment Only

Option #3 - Individual Behavioral Intervention (1 consumer)

  • Based on behavioral assessment report, develop a consumer specific, clinical intervention which addresses the targeted behavior(s) outlined in the assessment report
  • Fifteen (15) behavioral consultation visits to the residential program of identified consumer to train staff in the effective implementation of behavioral intervention
  • Implementation of the individual behavior plan
  • Weekly monitoring of intervention and collection of program data
  • Graphic presentation of all program data and presentation of said results at any administrative or clinical team meeting

Fee for Intervention