Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Behavior Frontiers Expands to the Dallas/Ft. Worth Area

The new Behavior Frontiers office located in North Dallas will serve the Dallas/Ft. Worth Metroplex and the surrounding Collin, Denton and Tarrant counties. We will also serve military families through TRICARE’s Enhanced Access to Autism Services Demonstration Project in the Naval Air Station JRB Fort Worth area.

Families will receive individualized ABA treatment plans provided by Behavior Frontiers’ knowledgeable and highly-trained clinical staff members, including Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), using accurate and results-driven ABA methods to improve the quality of life for children and their families.

We are pleased to announce that Grace Gomez, M.A., B.C.B.A., a valued member of the Behavior Frontiers team for almost six years, will be the Clinical Director of the new Dallas office. Although her positive outlook, knowledgeable clinical skills, and helpful attitude will be greatly missed in the Los Angeles office, we know that the families and employees she works with in Texas will benefit immensely.

Behavior Frontiers is now seeking qualified individuals to fill multiple positions, such as behavior supervisor, behavior instructor, and administrative assistant/scheduler, for the Dallas/Ft. Worth location. Interested applicants are encourage to send their cover letter and resume to CareersDallas@behaviorfrontiers.com.

Friday, May 13, 2011

Light it up blue was a HUGE success!!!

Thank you to everyone who helped spread autsim awareness by showing off your blue lights on April 2nd. Your efforts were recognized and greatly appreciated! The team here at Behavior Frontiers all contributed by bringing in lamps from home and blue lights to shine our light on autism awareness from our 4th floor office here in Los Angeles.

If you liked that, you'll love the beautiful pictures of prominent buildings and landmarks from around the world including the Sydney Opera House, Empire State Building, and even Niagara falls showing their support by lighting it up blue: http://action.autismspeaks.org/page/m/5ecb3c0a/5ea9e309/66516c76/2c139b44/717948995/VEsF/