Behavioral health assessments, strategies, and training designed to support individuals and organizations
As part of Tangram's holistic approach for serving persons living with disability, we provide Behavioral Consultation and Training for individuals, their families, and community partners. We offer Medicaid Waiver behavior management services, individualized functional behavior assessments and plans, trainings on positive behavior supports, and ongoing consultation services for individuals and groups. Our services are monitored to ensure continuous effectiveness as we provide expertise and guidance.
Why choose Tangram?
Tangram is committed to helping each individual we serve realize their personal goals and achieve overall wellness. Our CARF-accredited Behavioral Consulting team is comprised of professionals with Master’s-level degrees in areas such as Social Work, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Special Education, and Psychology/Counseling, who have a passion for helping our clients grow and thrive.
Our philosophy for behavior services is backed by our belief in the effectiveness of positive behavior supports. Our comprehensive approach utilizes research-based strategies to build skills and identify solutions to environmental triggers. We focus on improving quality of life within the scope of our clients’ long-range vision for their lives.
Find out how Behavioral Consulting Services, added to existing teams and services, can provide more comprehensive support in increasing independence.
Learn about how we work with groups!
Tangram's Behavioral Health team partners with many local groups to offer training on behavioral health strategies for the people they serve. Some examples include:
- Partnering with mental health organizations to provide behavioral health training so they are better able to serve individuals with mental health diagnoses who also have disabilities
- Partnering with community centers and summer camps to provide training to staff so can ensure a better experience for children and adults with disabilities who access their services
If you represent a community organization that would like to explore how you could benefit from behavioral consultation and training, please contact Joni Rice, Director of Behavior Services, at 317-968-9018 or firstname.lastname@example.org.