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Trumpet Behavioral Health

Providers of Exceptional Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy

Trumpet Behavioral Health strives to provide exceptional behavior treatment services for children and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs). Our treatment is based on Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), an outcomes-based, scientific approach to measure behavior, teach socially significant skills, and evaluate the progress of those skills. ABA focuses on data collection and direct and objective observations, and is used to increase behaviors, teach new skills, maintain behaviors, reduce inappropriate behaviors, and generalize behaviors. Our services are delivered by credentialed clinicians and therapists in homes, schools and our company-operated centers.

We enable our clients to achieve their highest possible level of functionality and well-being while supporting their families in being effective participants in that success. Knowing that successful outcomes depend on an integrated team approach, we equip parentseducators and healthcare professionals to better understand ASDs, engage best practices and become contributors to measurable progress.

Parents of children with ASDs find a trusted, compassionate partner in Trumpet Behavioral Health for the often-arduous journey of maximizing their child’s potential.

Within the school districts we serve, Trumpet Behavioral Health helps students with ASDs achieve their maximum potential while reducing the overall cost of meeting their needs.

Our evidence-based track record of effectiveness, our professionalism, and our growing national footprint reduces long-term costs for insurers and their customers, giving Managed Care Organizations (MCOs) a trusted behavioral services provider as a strategic partner.

Trumpet Behavioral Health holds itself and its team members to the highest ethical and professional standards while emphasizing the need for compassionate care that is customized around the needs of the clients we serve.

Our People

Trumpet Behavioral Health employs numerous Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs). Each behavioral consultant, also known as a clinician, is carefully screened to meet the qualifications set forth by Trumpet Behavioral Health as well as those of the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). Further, each skills trainer, also known as a therapist, is screened using the same criteria. Clinicians and therapists are selected for clients on a case-by-case basis with careful consideration given to education, level of experience, and personality compatibility with the family and child.

Trumpet Behavioral Health invests in the ongoing training and professional development of its team members, creating a positive and productive synergy between our company, our team members and the clients we serve.

Why the Elephant?

Trumpet Behavioral Health is so named because of the inspiring example of the elephant—a noble creature whose great size and power are wonderfully blended with compassion, longevity and commitment to the young of the herd. The elephant uses its trunk to touch, to play and to trumpet as a means of communicating its intention to protect the herd and deliver the young to safety and sustenance.

The elephant is thus the perfect symbol for our organization’s leadership in behavioral health services in North America. While providing families, educators, healthcare professionals and insurers with clinically proven, evidence-based services, we also care tenderly for each client whose potential we are committed to maximizing every day.

Our Philosophy

  • Behavior is the result of interactions between genes and the environment. All behavior is functional. It is important to understand this interaction as well as the underlying motivation for a particular response.
  • It is necessary to identify the triggers (antecedents) as well as the events that maintain a particular behavior (consequences). Behavior can only be changed when the antecedents and/or consequences are changed.
  • Progress is not subjective. Data collection and behavioral observation are necessary for program development and ongoing intervention.
  • When selecting behaviors targeted for reduction, there should exist a social value for change. Selected behaviors, if left untreated, will significantly limit independence or acquisition of appropriate behaviors.
  • Appropriate alternatives to undesirable behavior should be taught and reinforced.
  • Verbal behavior therapy is a necessary approach to teach the various functions of language to people with autism. Behavior is a form of communication; therefore, many inappropriate behaviors improve along with the ability to communicate appropriately.
  • In respecting the autonomy of each person, the least restrictive behavioral procedures are always used before more restrictive procedures are attempted.
  • All behavioral interventions we use have been empirically validated and held to the highest standards in peer-reviewed journals.
  • Behavioral interventions are time-limited and person-centered. Objectives or benchmarks indicate progress toward goals.
  • The consultant is a member of the interdisciplinary team, and should work collaboratively with all involved.
  • Confidentiality and privacy are protected according to HIPAA regulations.
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