We help families create and implement in- home behavioral programs that cover techniques such as ABA, TEACCH, Verbal Behavior and more. We value consistency and use a team approach with Speech Therapists, school professionals, and other providers.
A BCBA/BCaBA level therapist will conduct and score assessments. A written report will be available within two weeks of the child’s assessment. CFCI offers assessments including the Vineland, GARS-3, and CDI. All of which are conducted and scored by a BCBA/BCaBA level therapist or trained administrator.
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Parents often are not sure what to do with children who are having difficulty in some area of their life. Consultants for Children, Inc. provides support for parents in addressing these areas, whether academic; behavioral; relating to siblings and/or peers; or general development.
Club Spark is our social skills groups and clubs. They are offered to help build socialization skills as well as community safety. We offer groups ranging in age, ability, needs and goals. Every child deserves to have enjoyable social experiences, and this is our goal. We also offer extended social clubs that correspond with school breaks.
Due to COVID-19, we are now offering virtual groups such as (1) Virtual Science and Engineering Group as well as (2) Virtual Art Therapy Group. Sign up your child on our website today!
MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING
CFCI has a mental health division, Solutions for Success Counseling Group, that offers a variety of solution focused therapies for families and individuals.
We offer Registered Behavior Technician training to people who are wanting to pursue the certificate of an RBT, which is a certificate provided by the BACB. The certificate allows people to be more knowledgeable and successful in the Behavioral Heath field, especially when associated with Applied Behavioral Analysis therapy techniques.
We offer Continuing Education Units or CEU’s to professionals that need to complete CE’s to maintain their license or credentials.
Respite for caregivers is now available to current CFCI clients! Respite is funded through CES and SLS waivers as well as private pay. Talk to your case manager about how to add respite to your waiver services.
High-fidelity wraparound is an individualized approach to helping children, youth, and families with complex needs. Service providers, natural supports and the youth and family work together to help achieve the family vision. The team honors the strengths, voice, and culture of the family to build confidence and experience success at home, in school, and in the community.
A waiver is an extra set of Health First Colorado (Colorado’s Medicaid Program) benefits that you could qualify for in certain cases. These benefits can help you remain in your home and community. Waivers have extra program rules and some programs may have waitlists.
The Children’s Habilitation Residential Program (CHRP) Waiver provides services for children and youth who have an intellectual or developmental disability and very high needs. Their needs for support put them at risk of, or in need of, out of home placement. Waiver services help children and youth learn and maintain skills needed to live in their communities.
We are a training team as a part of CFCI and provide in-school and clinic trainings for high levels of needs related to students or clients with high levels of or high intensity behaviors. We have a team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts, Special Education Teachers and Licensed Professional Counselors who have managed difficult and unique situations in classroom settings, with under-involved parents and with disconnected teams bringing together what is needed to create meaningful change for the students and clients we all serve.