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Central Valley Autism Project Overview

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Modesto, CA
51 to 200 employees
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Nonprofit Organization
Health Care Services & Hospitals
$1 to $5 million (USD) per year
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Central Valley Autism Project Reviews

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Central Valley Autism Project Executive Director Mila Amerine Dickens
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    "Quality Services for ASD and Exceptional Growth Opportunities"

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    I have been working at Central Valley Autism Project full-time

    Pros

    CVAP provides high quality services for individuals with ASD and opportunities to develop and grow skills in all positions. Staff are supported by their designated primary supervisors and additional supervisory staff. CVAP invests in their staff by providing training, clear expectations, frequent on site supervision, and ongoing professional development outside of initial training. CVAP values staff professional growth and has their own quality BCBA preparatory program for eligible staff seeking trainee hours for the BCBA certification. Parent training is highly emphasized within treatment programs, as the research strongly supports family involvement for promoting generalization and independence of skills during non-intervention hours. CVAP is progressive in their research efforts by modeling the vigor and dedication of the late Dr. Lovaas. They have published research which supports the efficacy of their EIBT treatment along with additional studies in progress. CVAP is a longstanding provider in our community due to the high standards for quality of care.

    Cons

    Standards for staff performance may be perceived as high by some, but they are needed for high quality behavioral intervention services. We provide medically necessary treatment and implement quality control measures to ensure our clients receive the best care!

    Advice to Management

    Continue to support your staff in growth opportunities within the organization. Great work so far!

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Central Valley Autism Project Interviews

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    Behavior Interventionist Interview

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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Central Valley Autism Project.

    Interview

    Was asked to read and fill out a worksheet about the principles of behavior, as well as to fill out a confidentiality agreement. Interview lasted around 30 minutes and were questions about experience working with children and/or developmentally delayed people.

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