Bringing meaningful change for individuals with disabilities
Located in the Greater Kansas City area, Behavioral Health Kansas City incorporates the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) into the services we provide. We provide services to individuals with a variety of disabilities varying from 18 months through adulthood. Our services address the needs of families, schools and agencies by conducting assessments, developing and providing intervention and providing training.
Behavioral Health Kansas City is a comprehensive behavior analytic service provider committed to the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis and Positive Behavioral Intervention & Supports. Our staff includes Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBAs), Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Special Education Teachers, Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs), and Direct Support Professionals (DSP's).
We use evidence-based, data-driven methods which are tailored for each client to ensure that every individual has the opportunity to reach his or her fullest potential. To accomplish that goal, we offer a large continuum of behavioral services in the clinic, school and community. Each division specializes in scope of practice of the clientele they serve. We are also affiliated with Comprehensive Behavioral Intervention Services International, Inc. and trained as certified crisis prevention and intervention specialists.
We are proud to provide services for individuals of all ages and deficits. We work closely with insurance providers and other funding sources to make our resources available to those we serve.
In the News
OVERLAND PARK - Behavioral Health Holdings (BHH), a leader in serving children with autism spectrum disorder, is joining forces with the University of Kansas Edwards Campus (KUEC) for an innovative practicum program enabling online master's degree and certificate students to meet field requirements for certification in applied behavior analysis (ABA), a recognized treatment for autism.
"Our students may need a few extra minutes with Santa or may not interact much at all but still deserve to have access to those typical experiences you or I have," said Mallory Morrison of Milestones Academy.