Intervention Services Division
The mission of the ISD is to provide evidence-based, individualized, behavioral treatment and professional training that improve the lives of individuals with autism and neurodevelopmental disorders. We strive to reference and contribute to new discoveries in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis.
The Intervention Services Division offers individualized behavioral treatments both in the clinical setting and in the community.
Who do we serve?
Individuals between the ages of 18 months and 22 years who have a diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), neurodevelopmental disorder, or other health condition that affects development and results in concerns in the following areas:
What are the typical services provided?
- Behavioral assessment
- Development of individualized treatment plan
- Training of parents/caregivers to implement treatment plan
- Follow-up to monitor and adjust treatment plan
- Consultative services for school districts with students with the needs listed above
For more information about services, training or financial assistance please contact Monica Mann at 573-884-4660 or by email at MannM@missouri.edu.
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