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  • SpOt Ball | thekidspotcenter

    2023 SpOt Ball 2023 SpOt Ball season is scheduled to start in September. To sign your child up for this season please following the link below. This event is FREE! Further details will be provided for location and game start times. We will provide the equipment, but if your child has their own glove, we encourage you to bring their own! Registration Season Schedule September 7 September 13 September 20 September 28 TBD October 8 To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key.

  • Executive Team | thekidspotcenter

    Executive Team Email Me Brandy Close Co-Owner I grew up in Campbellsville with my parents and twin brothers who are two years younger than me. I graduated from Taylor County High School. Early on I knew I wanted to do something to help kids. After some guidance in high school I realized that occupational therapy sounded like the perfect fit for me. I went on to school at EKU and was accepted into the occupational therapy program. I fell in love with OT and how hands on it was and how many amazing opportunities there would be for my career and how many different ways I could help others. After graduating with my bachelors in OT, I immediately went back to EKU and got my master’s degree in OT with an emphasis in pediatrics! I was so glad to be able to move back home where I was a school based occupational therapist for 8 years! Towards the end of the 7th year I began to feel like I needed to do something to reach kids on a different level. I wanted to be more involved with the family aspect of their therapy and be able to make a difference on a different level. Jen and I met while working at Taylor County schools. Both of us had the same desire to help kids on a different level. Once we realized this we knew that God had brought us together for this purpose and The Kid SpOt Center was born. I love The Kid SpOt Center and our mission to help children become as independent as possible. I love working with the families to make sure therapy is carried over in the home so the kids can get the most benefit. As The Kid SpOt has grown I really enjoy the community outreach we are able to do and how we have such an amazing staff that love kids and carry out the Kid SpOt's mission everyday. Email Me Jennifer Houk Co-Owner Hello! My name is Jennifer Houk and I am one of the co-owners of The Kid SpOt Center. I grew up in Summerville and graduated high school from Green County. I have one brother, Brandon and my parents are Marty Glanzer and Denise Glanzer. From a very young age, I knew that I wanted to work with kids. I babysat some very special families as an 8th grader through the rest of my high school career. Those families will always have a piece of my heart!! When choosing my career path, I knew that as a SLP I could work with kids and celebrate the most precious milestones with families, such as their first words, first bites of food, learning sign language, and so much more. It is truly one of the most rewarding careers! I received my Bachelor degree from Western Kentucky University in 2004 and obtained my Master's degree in Communication Disorders in 2006. When I look back on life experiences, college was a turning point in my life. I had the best group of friends I could have ever ask for, along with the best professors in the Speech program that I still love like family. After graduating with my Master's degree, I married my high school sweetheart, John. I have been married to John for 13 years; however, we have been together over 20 years (he was my high school sweetheart. John is employed at US Army Corp of Engineers as the Maintenance Supervisor at Green River Lake. We have 3 children, Skyler (12), Taylor (9), and Xander (2). Sky attends Taylor County Middle School and is in 7th grade. She loves volleyball, softball, and is quite the perfectionist in school. Sky has a very big heart and is one of the most compassionate kids I have ever met. Taylor attends Taylor County Intermediate school and is in 4th grade. She loves gymnastics, art, swimming, and is a social butterfly. Taylor keeps us on our toes and always knows how to make us smile! Xander is our sweet surprise later in life. He completed our family and God knew exactly what he was doing when he blessed us with this little boy. He loves to play outside, all farm animals, and his family! I am truly blessed with the best family and support system I could ever ask for. We live a very fast paced life supporting our kids and we wouldn't change one minute of it! Upon my college graduation, I worked at Taylor County school district where I met Brandy. Little did I know that she had the same passion and love to help kids, and we shared the same dream to open a clinic. Through much prayer, planning, and family support our dream became a reality! Email Me Amber Kendall Quality Assurance Manager & CLS Lead Amber received her Associate's degree in Social Work for ECTC and her Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from Campbellsville University. Amber has been at the Kid SpOt Center since 2017 and loves being part of helping children achieve their goals and live their best lives. Outside of work Amber enjoys the outdoors, crafting, dancing, and spending time with her two kids. Email Me Erin Arnold Director of Positive Behavior Supports Erin has a Master's degree in Social Work from Campbellsville University. She is a Certified Social Worker who is currently working to become a Licensed Clinical Social Worker. She has worked for The Kid SpOt Center since July 2016 as a Metal Health Therapist and Positive Behavior Support Specialist. She has previously worked as a child and family therapist. She has received training in behavioral analytic services and cognitive behavioral therapy about trauma. Email Me Marcie Close Expense Manager ​ Marcie Close serves as Expense Manager for The Kid Spot Center, LLC since September 2019. Marcie has been a Certified Public Accountant for 30 years. Her previous employment includes working as a staff accountant with Wise, Lee & Bucker, PLLC in Campbellsville; Financial Analyst with the Office of Financial Management & Economic Analysis in Frankfort; Comptroller with Campbellsville University and Finance Officer for Taylor County Board of Education. Marcie is married to Mike Close, and they have one son Andy Close of Campbellsville. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and hanging out with her four grandchildren, whether it be sports or other outdoor activities. Marcie feels it is a privilege to work at a place that is centered on shaping children for their futures. Email Me Marsha Herron Contract & Credentialing Specialist Marsha graduated from the University of Campbellsville with a degree in Administrative Technology with an emphasis in Medical Administration. She started her trip with The Kid Spot Center in 2011. Marsha is married and has two children and loves to spend quality time with her family. Some of her favorite hobbies include camping, cooking and riding a motorcycle with her husband. Her passion is to help others, and she loves being able to do it through her position at The Kid Spot Center. In her role, she can help families and staff understand their insurance policies and help children get the services they need Email Me Rebecca H. Price Clinic-Based Counseling and Targeted Case Management Services Director Rebecca Price graduated from Lindsey Wilson College in 2001 earning a Master's of Education in Counseling and Human Development with an emphasis in Marriage and Family Therapy. Rebecca is a National Board Certified Counselor, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor-Supervisor, a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor, and a Targeted Case Manager. She is also qualified as a DUI assessor for the State of Kentucky and a Prime for Life instructor. Rebecca is starting her fourth year with The Kid SpOt Center and her twentieth year of providing counseling services to children, adolescents, and adults in central Kentucky. Rebecca's areas of interest include holistic approaches to the treatment of mental health, treatment of substance use in adolescents, children of addicts, and victim's advocacy. Email Me Tonya Grant Human Resources Director Tonya has her Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services with over 20 years in Human Resources and has been with KSC since 2016. All of her years in Human Resources have been in the medical field including assisted living, residential treatment for children, hospital and out-patient treatment. She has a heart for building relationships with people and will always see the best in them. She is a natural leader, problem solver, and has the skills to make any project come together seamlessly. Outside of work, Tonya spends her time with her two children, crafts, and church service. Email Me Kristie Railey Clinic Manager of Bowling Green/SLP Kristie received her Bachelor's and Master's degree in Communication Disorders from Western Kentucky University in 2006. She holds a Kentucky license and a Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Association of Language and Speech Hearings. Kristie has focused her career on working with the pediatric population. She has worked with this population since graduation in 2006. Through this experience, Kristie has observed the growth that children can achieve when families participate in the communication process of their children. When she is not at work, Kristie enjoys spending time with her husband, Dayan, and her daughters Leah and Ellie, as well as, shopping on the internet and watching reality television! Email Me Jake Walker Lead Therapist BG Clinic/ SLP Jake Walker is a Speech and Language Pathologist employed at The Kid Spot Center since August 2017. Jake received his Bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies (emphasis in Health) from Western Kentucky University in 2014. Jake received his Master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Murray State University in August 2017. He is licensed in Kentucky and is currently completing his Clinical Scholarship Year to obtain his Certificate of Clinical Competence from the American Association of Speech and Language Hearings. Jake has been able to work with the pediatric population even before beginning his graduate studies. He believes that all children communicate, you just have to find out how. When Jake isn't providing therapy, he likes to go to the gym, spend time with his family and everything that involves outdoor activities. Email Me Lauren Jones Lead Therapist BG Clinic/ OT Lauren is an Occupational Therapist who started with The Kid SpOt Center in August 2015. She has a Bachelor's degree in Occupational Sciences and received her graduate degree in Occupational Therapy from Eastern Kentucky University in 2015. She is licensed by the Kentucky Licensing Board For Occupational Therapy and certified by the National Board of Certification in Occupational Therapy. Lauren is also certified in interactive metronome. She has also attended courses to develop and implement sensory diets and sensory integration evaluations and treatments. Email Me Stefanie Sidwell Clinic Manager at Campbellsville/PT Stefanie is a Physical Therapist and Manager of the Campbellsville clinic. She received her Bachelor's degree from the University of Transylvania in Exercise Sciences in 2008 and her Doctorate of Physical Therapy from the University of KY in 2011. Stefanie joined the Kid SpOt team in February 2013 with previous experience in First Steps (ages of birth-3). Stefanie has additional courses in several pediatric diagnoses and has attended several pediatric conferences. She loves helping children reach their full potential. In her free time, Stefanie enjoys water sports at Lake Cumberland, doing crafts or doing DIY, and spending time with her husband and two children. Email Me Samantha Giles Lead Therapist in Cville/OT Samantha Giles is an Occupational Therapist at the Kid SpOT Center. She attended the University of Kentucky and received her degree in Kinesiology. Samantha attended Spalding University, where she received her Master's Degree in Occupational Therapy. Samantha joined the Kid SpOt Center in October 2016. She has a passion for working with children and enjoys spending the day working with her children. Outside of work, Samantha likes to spend time with her family and friends, reading and watching movies. Email Me Tony Jewell Lead School Therapist in Campbellsville Tony Jewell has been a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor for 18 years. He spent little more than 30 years in public education, where he served as a teacher, counselor, deputy director and director. Tony completed his undergraduate work at Western Kentucky University and graduated with honors. He received his Master of Arts in Counseling Education and Counseling Psychology from the University of Western Michigan. He obtained his Rank I in counseling from Western Kentucky University and other studies at Eastern Kentucky University. Tony has been married for 30 years with his wife Robbyn. They have two daughters and one son and three grandchildren. Email Me Lynn Beard Clinic Manager of Elizabethtown/PBS Lynn Beard is a “PBSS” Positive Behavior Support Specialist/” RBT” Registered Behavior Technician at the Elizabethtown location at The Kid Spot Center. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Elementary Education and Master of Science in Exceptional Education Learning and Behaviors Disorders with Teacher Leadership endorsement. She began her career in the elementary school setting as an instructional assistant and teacher before joining the KSC team in April 2018. Lynn has been married for 24 years. She and her husband Bobby have two children, Kelsea 21 and Clayton 16 along with the love of our lives, 3 furry children- two boxers and miniature Yorkie!! They enjoy the outdoors especially hunting, fishing, kayaking, playing card and board games. Email Me Moriah Frederick Lead Therapist in Etown/SLP Moriah attended Western Kentucky University and earned a Master's degree in Speech and Language Pathology in 2017. Her dream has always been to work in a pediatric clinic that focuses on helping children with disabilities. She is more than excited to start her career here at The Kid SpOt Center. In her free time, she enjoys volunteering in the community and in the Special Olympics, doing missionary work, playing and watching sports, and spending time with her loved ones. The motto of her life is "see the light in others and treat them as if that were all you see". Email Me Allison Parrott Clinic Manager in Somerset/SLP Allison is a Speech-Language Pathologist from Somerset, KY. She graduated from Eastern Kentucky University with a Master's of Arts in Communication Disorders. Allison enjoys all things crafty, quirky, and fun! She has obtained a variety of clinical experiences evaluating and treating children across pediatric settings. Allison strives to create a fun, dynamic, and child-centered therapy environment. Somerset Clinic Email Me Kayla Henderson Clinic Manager in Olive Hill/RBT Kayla is a Registered Behavior Technician from Olive Hill, Kentucky. She currently has 15 years of experience working and serving families and children in the early childhood field. Kayla is currently working to obtain her registered behavior technician certification. She received her bachelor of arts in early childhood development from Morehead State University. She currently serves as a service coordinator for the first steps program. Kayla resides in Olive Hill with her husband and their four children, Hanna, Amelia, Jace and Jett. Kayla enjoys attending her children's sporting events and spending time with family and friends.

  • Music Therapy | thekidspotcenter

    Music therapy Music therapy is an allied healthcare profession that uses music interventions to address non-musical goals. This can include (but is not limited to) singing, instrument play, dancing, music and relaxation, songwriting, receptive music listening, and music-based play. Music therapy sessions can address: Gross motor skills (whole body movement) Fine motor skills (hand/finger movement) Expressive skills (imitating, using speech/language) Receptive skills (understanding speech/language) Social skills Emotion regulation/coping skills Behavioral skills Academic skills (school subjects) Cognitive skills (attention, learning, thinking) Cost of music therapy sessions $50 evaluation $25 individual 30-minute session $40 individual 60-minute session $15 group (2-3 patients) 60-minute session $10 group (2-3 patients) 30-minute session (Insurance currently does not cover the cost of music therapy) Professional Requirements for music therapist Complete a music therapy degree at an American Music Therapy Association approved program, at least 1,200 hours of clinical training, and a 6–12-month internship following coursework on campus. After that, candidates sit for the national board certification exam through the Certification Board for Music Therapist (CBMT). Upon passing the exam, therapist earn the credential of music therapist-board certified (MT-BC), which is required for professional practice. Get connected Bowling Green clinic is currently the only clinic that offers music therapy. Call us today to learn more about enrolling your child in services! (270) 495-1312

  • The Kid SpOt Center | Home

    Casa Notice of Privacy Practices Sobre nosotros Servicios Ubicaciones Recursos para padres Meet the Team Carreras profesionales Galería de fotos Contáctenos Search Results Team 2 New Link Team 2 More 1/25 Speech Therapy Physical Therapy Occupational Therapy Music Therapy Community Support Targeted Case Management Applied Behavior Analysis Mental Health About Us SOBRE NOSOTROS NUESTRA HISTORIA Brandy Close, una terapeuta ocupacional, y Jennifer Houk, una patóloga del habla y lenguaje, son copropietarios de The Kid SpOt Center, LLC. Su viaje comenzó cuando trabajaron juntos tratando a los niños en el sistema escolar. Sintieron la necesidad de hacer más por los niños y las familias que se estaban cruzando en sus caminos. ​ En Después de años de soñar con abrir una clínica para niños con necesidades especiales, Brandy y Jennifer decidieron hacer realidad ese sueño. En 2010 abrieron su primera clínica en Campbellsville, KY. Esto no resultó ser una tarea fácil, pero con la determinación de no rendirse nunca y la fe que podía mover montañas, su sueño se hizo realidad. Este sueño ahora se conoce como The Kid SpOt Center. "SpOt" derivado de "Terapia del habla y ocupacional". Por lo tanto, todos los SpOts a lo largo de nuestro logotipo y marca. La realidad de este sueño es que The Kid SpOt Center está creciendo diariamente e impactando las vidas de los niños y sus familias de maneras que nunca antes se habían soñado. Lo que parece que los milagros continúan sucediendo diariamente en la vida de los niños en el Centro de SpOt Kid. No es más que una bendición ver a estos niños crecer y aprender todos los días. NUESTRA MISIÓN ​Nuestra misión en el Kid SpOt Center es brindar apoyo a las familias de niños con discapacidades. Nos esforzamos por ayudar a las familias a vivir cada día con la mayor facilidad posible. Nos esforzamos por brindar servicios de calidad a todos los niños con la esperanza de aumentar su capacidad para ser un miembro independiente y funcional de la sociedad. Queremos proporcionar recursos comunitarios y otra información a las familias de niños con discapacidades para ayudar a integrar los servicios en toda la comunidad. Sentimos que cada niño, y su familia, es un miembro importante de nuestra comunidad. Queremos capacitar a las familias para tomar decisiones informadas sobre su hijo y el cuidado que reciben. "Brayden never opens up to anyone. His anxiety has prevented him from social groups. Brayden has never felt comfortable or able to open up to anyone beside his immediate family, until Brittany came along. She has helped him in so many ways and has had a huge, positive influence on him. If he has a bad day at school, she makes sure she gets to see him. That means a lot to us!" -Felica Williamson 13 5 8 120 Años en negocios Clinicas Los programas Empleados felices

  • Physical Therapy | thekidspotcenter

    Physical Therapy Physical therapy (PT) can help children develop motor skills to allow them to reach their greatest functioning potential. A child's number one job is to play. Their ability to play with peers requires motor development, strength, balance, coordination, and endurance. Pediatric physical therapy at The Kid Spot Center is designed specifically to meet children's unique needs. Our age-appropriate equipment and resources allow for the most effective therapy. Outcomes Our goal is a child whose independence has been increased through physical therapy. Holding up the head Rolling Crawling Sitting Standing Coordination Walking Jumping Bouncing a ball Riding a bike Balance Strength Is your child meeting developmental milestones? Infant Milestones 0-12 Months 12-18 Months 18-24 Months 24-30 Months 3-6 Years Holds head in alignment Tracks an object Begins to belly crawl Rolls back to belly Holds and shakes a toy Belly crawls 3 feet forward Pivots in sitting Standing for 5 seconds without support Transitions to stand using hands and feet Walks 8 feet with one hand held Walks 5 steps independently Creeps upstairs on hands and knees Walks 10 feet with without falling (not walking on toes) Walks Backward 5 steps Walks downstairs with support of one finger, non-alternating Stands heel to toe on a line for 2 seconds Kicks ball 3 feet Throws ball overhand 3 feet Rides a push bike Throws ball underhand 3 feet Kicks ball 3 feet with direction Climbs up jungle gym Walks down 4 steps without rail Walks backward for 10 feet Presents arms and attempts to catch ball Runs 30 feet in 6 seconds Throws ball 7 feet underhand Kicks ball 6 feet forward using opposing arm and leg movement Walks downstairs without a rail using an alternating pattern Hops 3-5 times on each foot Runs around obstacles Able to walk on a line Able to hop on one foot Skips forwards after demonstration Hangs from a bar for at least 5 seconds Able to skip using a skipping rope Demonstrates mature throwing and catching patterns Mature jumping Get connected Call The Kid Spot Center clinic near you to schedule your child's free 15-minute screening!

  • Student Opportunities | thekidspotcenter

    Student Opportunities We are so happy you have found us and are interested in furthering your studies at The Kid Spot Center! Our goal is to help families live their best lives. You can help support our mission as you become the next generation of leaders within our field! WHAT WE HAVE TO OFFER We offer eight different service areas within our clinic's, these include: speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, behavior support services, applied behavior analysis, community living support services, mental health counseling, and targeted care management. If you are a student and interested in observing at our clinic or obtaining an internship/clinical placement with us, please contact us! ​ Each clinic availability for students can vary, so I would encourage you to reach out a few weeks in advance. What's Next? Please complete the inquiry form below and our Executive Assistant will be in contact with you shortly. ​ ​

  • Online Payment | thekidspotcenter

    Online Payment Portal We offer a convient way to make payments to your child's account via our online portal. If you do not have an account set up yet call your local KSC Patient Services Coordinator to get your account set up. Use the button below to access the payment portal website and login! Pay my bill

  • Notice of Privacy Practices | thekidspotcenter

    Please click on icon below to view our *Notice of Privacy Practices* Clicking on the circle icon will bring you to a document explaining our privacy practices. If you have any question please call us at: 270-465-7768 or emails us: customerservices@thekidspotcenter.com

  • The Kid SpOt Center | Locations

    Ubicaciones Campbellsville (Main Office) 50 Gene Cash Rd. Campbellsville, KY 42718 Phone: 1 (270) 465-SPOT Fax: 1 (270) 465-0068 Clinic Manager: Stefanie Sidwell ​ Hours: Mon - Fri, 8:00-6:00 EST To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. Elizabethtown 107 Financial Dr. Elizabethtown, KY 42701 Phone: 1(270) 763-8225 Fax: 1 (270) 763-8125 Clinic Manager: Lynn Beard ​ Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00-6:00 EST ​ To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. Bowling Green 980 Morgantown Rd Bowling Green, KY 42104 Phone: 1 (270) 495-1312 Fax: 1 (270) 495-1351 Clinic Manager: Lauren Jones ​ Hours: Mon-Thurs, 8:00-6:00 CST Fri, 8:00-4:00 CST To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. Somerset 200 Tower Circle Somerset, KY 42503 Phone: 1 (606) 416-5139 Fax: 1 (606) 416-5239 Clinic Manager: Allison Parrott ​ Hours: Mon - Fri, 8:00-6:00 EST To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. Louisville ​ 10019 Forest Green Blvd. Louisville, KY 40223 Phone: 1 (502) 893.1380 Fax: 1 (502) 384-3099 ​ Hours: Mon-Fri, 8:00-6:00 EST To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key.

  • The Kid SpOt Center | Behavior Support Services

    Servicios de apoyo de comportamiento En caso de emergencia, por favor haga clic aquí. El enfoque de Kid SpOt para el cambio de comportamiento ... ¡EL FOCO DE TODO EL NIÑO! Somos tu SpOt para ... En Ayudando a TODAS las familias y comunidades por Ofreciendo ESPERANZA a través de la perseverancia y Proporcionando estrategias positivas para ¡Empoderándose unos a otros! Consejería de salud mental La consejería es una guía y ayuda para tomar decisiones. Los consejeros ayudan a las personas a explorar y entender sus mundos y descubrir mejores formas de pensar y vivir. El asesoramiento a menudo conduce a resolver problemas de la vida o aprender nuevas habilidades. Nuestros asesores trabajan con la población pediátrica dirigida a niños y adolescentes en edad escolar. Los siguientes son algunos problemas o inquietudes que pueden abordarse a través del proceso de asesoramiento: Problemas de ajuste Enfado Ansiedad Trastornos por déficit de atención e hiperactividad. Problemas de comportamiento Preocupaciones de la imagen corporal Dolor crónico y enfermedades. Depresión Trastornos del desarrollo Divorcio Trastornos de la alimentación Problemas familiares Pena y perdida Impulsividad Trastornos del estado de ánimo Trastornos obsesivos compulsivos Alteración del sueño Social Trastornos por uso de sustancias Trauma Qué esperar de la consejería de The Kid SpOt Center: Experiencia: Nuestros asesores en The Kid SpOt Center son asociados clínicos con licencia en el estado de Kentucky. Nuestros terapeutas tienen capacitación en asesoramiento clínico, terapia matrimonial y familiar o trabajo social. Todas nuestras sesiones de asesoramiento comienzan con una reunión con los padres para determinar las necesidades y también con una evaluación y evaluación del niño. Nuestros asesores utilizan una variedad de métodos para ayudar a los niños con sus necesidades de asesoramiento, incluida la terapia familiar, la terapia cognitivo-conductual, el arte creativo y los enfoques basados ​​en juegos, los enfoques centrados en la solución y mucho más. más. ¡Puede esperar que cada terapeuta empleado por el Centro de SpOt de Kid tenga el deseo de trabajar con los niños y un compromiso para ayudar a los niños a aprender, crecer y prosperar! Servicios de apoyo de comportamiento positivo personalizado ¿Está usted en la lista de espera de Michelle P. Waiver? Si desea saber dónde está su hijo / adulto en la lista de espera de MPW... Llame a la división de alternativas comunitarias - 502-564-1647 Seleccionar opción #4 (Salud Mental y Michelle P.) Luego selecciona Opción #1 (Michelle P. Lista de espera). Alguien le informará dónde se encuentra en la lista de espera. Los apoyos de comportamiento positivo personalizados están disponibles para las personas que reciben ayuda a través de Michelle P. Waiver (MPW) o personas que desean pagar en forma privada. ​ Apoyo personalizado de comportamiento positivo AYUDA a que usted y su hijo disminuyan los comportamientos inapropiados y / o aumenten los comportamientos apropiados. Personalized Positive Behavior Supports es un servicio provisto por The Kid SpOt Center y le permitirá a usted, a su hijo y a su familia recibir apoyo a través de estrategias comprobadas, intervenciones, terapia directa, co-tratamiento con otros terapeutas, capacitación de padres y apoyo continuo. ​ En ​ ¿Mi hijo recibirá servicios de ABA? ​ En ​ El análisis de comportamiento aplicado (ABA, por sus siglas en inglés) es una práctica comprobada que se usa para cambiar el comportamiento y lo ofrecemos en The Kid SpOt Center a través del uso de estrategias de apoyo de comportamiento que incluyen, entre otras, el comportamiento verbal, ensayos discretos, autoformación de videos, eventos sociales. historias, estrategias sensoriales (con un increíble gimnasio sensorial), apoyos visuales, refuerzos positivos, economía de chips, etc. En The Kid SpOt Center reconocemos que cada niño es un individuo y estamos comprometidos a "Darle forma a los niños para su futuro". ​ En ​ ¿Qué puedes esperar? ​ En ​ Su hijo recibirá una evaluación inicial para determinar sus necesidades y se creará un plan de apoyo de comportamiento personalizado. También habrá evaluaciones para determinar qué motiva a su hijo a querer cambiar. A su hijo se le enseñarán las habilidades necesarias para participar en comportamientos socialmente más apropiados y su familia aprenderá nuevas formas de responder cuando surjan necesidades. Gestión de casos específicos ¿Qué es la gestión de casos específicos? ​ En ​ La gestión de casos dirigida es un servicio que está diseñado para ayudar a un niño y su familia a acceder a una variedad de recursos y servicios comunitarios que se identifican como necesidades en la vida de ese niño. Algunos de estos pueden incluir, pero no se limitan a: necesidades educativas, sociales, vocacionales, médicas y de vivienda. ​ En ​ ¿QUÉ HACEN LOS ADMINISTRADORES DE CASOS EN EL CENTRO DE KID SPOT? ​ En ​ Nuestros administradores de casos específicos trabajan con niños hasta la edad de 21 años. Nuestros administradores de casos son profesionales especialmente capacitados que ayudan a coordinar y vincular a las personas con recursos y servicios comunitarios. Algunos de estos recursos y servicios comunitarios con los que una persona puede estar vinculada incluyen: ​ Necesidades educativas Necesidades sociales Necesidades vocacionales Transporte Asistencia medica Grupos comunitarios Asistencia para la vivienda Grupos de apoyo ​ ¡Llame para recibir una evaluación de elegibilidad de administración de casos de uno de nuestros administradores de casos profesionales! ​ Teléfono: 1-270-465-SPOT

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