• Families consumed by the on-going accommodations needed to keep the peace with the safety of their child.

• Adults with disabilities whose quality of life is greatly impaired by their lack of self-care, vocational, social/community skills, or who have nothing to do.

• Schools needing to demonstrate that they are meeting the free and appropriate educational needs of students.

• Children who are not learning.

• Organizations needing to improve efficiency and demonstrate effectiveness.

• Children with ASD who are not talking or need basic attending skills.

• Adolescents who are not prepared for adult life.

• Individuals with aggressive, self-injurious, disruptive behaviors that limit their ability to interact with others in their community.

• Anyone who wants a change in their own behavior, their staff’s behavior, or their child’s behavior.

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