Adult Therapy & Behavioral Health Services
Our adult behavior support services assist in reducing maladaptive behaviors, improving skill deficits, and promoting independence in special needs adults, both in the home and community.Contact Us
What are Adult Therapy Services?
Our adult services can include occupational therapy, behavior therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, nursing, and counseling. These physical and behavior support services can take place in the home or community and can include assessment, treatment planning, community integration, individual behavior support plans, crisis interventions, and staff training.
Our Therapists and Technicians
Our adult service providers receive skilled training and supervised fieldwork. All direct behavioral health providers are trained Registered Behavior Technicians that receive comprehensive training in applied behavior analysis and crisis intervention. All licensed and credentialed providers adhere to the requirements of their discipline’s board.
What are the Benefits of Adult Therapy?
TES adult service programs offer a wide range of therapies and services with a variety of benefits. Some of these benefits include improving skills, reducing maladaptive behaviors, and creating or restoring independence. Counseling, occupational, physical, and speech therapy also improve quality of life and create greater access to the environment. Each individual behavior support plan is made in collaboration with the client or resident. Since TES employs a variety of consultants the program has the option to build a team of consultants who are skilled in collaboration to meet the client/resident’s goals.
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TES’ approach to Adult Services
How do we keep therapy enjoyable?
Every adult therapy session is individualized to include the client’s preferred reinforcements, activities/leisure activities, engagement with preferred stimuli and people/environments, and locations.
How do we work as a team?
Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), mid-level supervisors, and therapists are in constant communication with each other and all members of the treatment team including the client, caregivers, and other service providers. Everyone has a voice when it comes to quality treatment.
How do we include the family and other support?
When involved, family plays an important role in adult therapy by giving the treatment team a personal perspective of what deficits, skills, and unique needs the individual has.
Therapy & Behavioral Health FAQs
How do you explain Adult Therapy Services to someone with special needs?
To an adult with special needs, adult services become a way of life. Rather than explaining the services, the services are something they rely upon and typically have had access to over many years.
What can Adult Therapy include?
Adult services include but are not limited to: Behavior services, Speech, OT, PT, nursing, counseling, professional development and training, treatment planning, supervision, space planning and modification, and consultation and support.
Is There a Difference Between Mental Health and Behavioral Health?
Yes, there are slight differences between the two. Typically, mental health refers to a person’s general state of well being while behavioral health refers to how an individual’s habits and behaviors affect well being, both physical, emotional and mental.
What are Common Behavioral Health Issues?
Some of the more common behavioral health problems include eating disorders, obsessive compulsive disorder, substance abuse and other addictive behaviors.