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Lori Cairns

Owner

Vicki DeLaittre

Director of Finance & Administration

Jennifer Drown

Client Services Manager

Stacy Smith

Clinical Services Supervisor

Whitney Moore

Human Resources Coordinator

Administrative

Care Coordinators work with families to meet the individualized needs of clients, functioning as a liaison between client, providers and vendors.

Intake Specialists assist in new client referrals, ensuring families understand the necessary steps to receive services through HOPE Group.

Authorization Specialists manages client authorizations to ensure proper payment of services is attained, informing clinicians and families of any upcoming expirations or changes.

Clinical

Clinical Supervisors are Board Certified Behavior Analysts® (BCBAs®) who provide competency-based supervision and case consultation to Senior Clinicians, Clinician I and IIs and RBTs. Clinical Supervisors are also responsible for ensuring team productivity and performance growth for individual team members.

Senior Clinicians are Board Certified Behavior Analysts® (BCBAs®) who are responsible for administering assessments, developing individualized treatment plans, monitoring client progress and report quarterly and annually to funding sources. Sr. Clinicians provide client specific training and consultation to direct care staff and parents.

Clinicians (I & II) are students currently working toward certification as Board Certified Behavior Analysts® (BCBAs®). Clinician I’s hold a bachelor’s degree in a BACB approved discipline (Psychology, Education or Behavior Analysis), are enrolled in BACB® approved coursework and have accumulated 500 supervised hours as a Behavior Technician or equivalent. Clinician II’s hold a master’s degree in BACB approved discipline (Behavior Analysis, Education or Psychology), must be enrolled in BACB® approved coursework and have accumulated 500 supervised hours as a Behavior Technician or equivalent.

Behavior Technicians and Registered Behavior Technicians™ (RBTs®) implement applied behavior analysis treatment programs with clients and work directly under a Board Certified Behavior Analysts® (BCBAs®) receiving 20% clinical supervision every 2 weeks. Behavior Technicians are also responsible for, collecting data, updating the clinician on any behavior changes and collaborating with the treatment team.

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