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Community Behavioral Services help people learn and develop skills to develop appropriate behaviors.

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How community behavioral services works

Our board-certified behavior analysts, behavior specialists and qualified behavioral health specialists use a strengths-based approach to provide individualized services at a location in the community, such as the home, day program, school or other community setting. As a part of a unique treatment plan, behavioral therapists use compassionate care and individualized learning opportunities based on the individual's interests. Our clinicians help individuals to build communication, self-regulation, social, learning readiness, coping, daily routines and self-care skills, while also teaching contextually appropriate behaviors. Our team works to provide integrated care with other care providers, family members and other professionals supporting the individual. 

My child has been at Boundless for years. I don't even have words to describe the hard work and dedication his team has poured into him over this time. It literally has been life-changing.

Courtney Lorelle

The benefits of Community Behavioral Services

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Daily living

Focus on daily living skills such as following daily routines, self-care skills and how to prepare for and manage transitions. 

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Develop a wide range of communication such as learning how to greet others, improved conversation skills, how to ask for help and how to advocate for oneself. 

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Build social skills, including sharing, teamwork and engaging with new people.

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Gain confidence and independence by practicing community-based skills such as grocery shopping, money management and personal safety.

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Coping Skills

Develop emotional regulation and coping skills to handle difficult situations in a new way. 

Is Community Behavioral Services right for my loved one?

If you have a child or a young adult with autism, I/DD or other behavioral challenges who could benefit from a little extra support with skill development and self-regulation in their home or community, Community Behavioral Services may be a good option. Contact one of our intake counselors today to learn how we can help your loved one live a more boundless life. Services are available in many areas of Ohio. 

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