News and Announcements

2017 Behavior Analyst and School
Psychologist Continuing Education Seminar Series

July 6, 2017
4:00pm – 6:00pm
100 Cummings Center, Suite 221-E, Beverly, MA
www.cummingscenter.com
978-922-9000

Our annual continuing education seminar series provides board certified behavior analysis, school psychologists, educators, social workers, and related professionals with contemporary practice guidelines and research findings in the areas of assessment, intervention, program evaluation, ethics, and organizational systems affecting children, youth, and adults.

Clinical Solutions, Inc. is an Approved Continuing Education Provider by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). Two (2) continuing education credits will be awarded to board certified behavior analysts.

Seminar Fee: $30.00 Registration at-the-door or online at: www.csinc-ma.com Direct inquiries to James K. Luiselli at jluiselli@csinc-ma.com

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Clinical Conference May 10, 2016

Clinical Conference May 10, 2016

  • Mental Health
  • High-Risk
  • Behavior Support Concerns in School Settings

On May 10, 2016, Clinical Solutions, Inc. will be hosting a Clinical Conference on Mental Health, High-Risk, and Behavior Support Concerns in School Settings. Please check out the conference program, registration information, and continuing education details.

September 2016 Newsletter

January 2016 Newsletter

Our consultation services continue to develop, with several new service initiatives and expansion. Currently, Clinical Solutions, Inc. provides school-based assessment, direct-care, and behavior support intervention to numerous public schools.

Employment Opportunities

Part Time Direct ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) Service Provider

Up to $20 per hour

Working under the direction of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst to provide direct 1:1 ABA services to students with disabilities such as autism, in their home as well as in the community. Positions are primarily located throughout Massachusetts. Implement student programs and behavior management procedures according to the students’ management guidelines, IEP and behavior intervention plan. Knowledge of Applied Behavior Analysis principles and experience implementing ABA techniques is required. These positions are per diem and are most often scheduled Mon-Fri from 3:30-7p weekend hours also available

About Clinical Solutions, Inc.

Clinical Solutions is a multi-service clinical provider agency, and is a group practice comprised of: Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA’s), Occupational Therapists (OT’s), Physical Therapists (PT’s), Speech Language Pathologists (SLP’s) and paraprofessional staff members. The group was formed to serve as a resource for people with developmental disabilities, including Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) by providing behavioral, educational and clinical services to meet the person’s individual developmental needs.

 

Clinical Solutions is committed to providing person-centered services, based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Positive Behavior Support (PBS), as well as other evidence-based practices to people who engage in challenging behaviors or have other skill deficits that impact their education and overall development.

 

To learn more about opportunities at Clinical Solutions contact Sharyn Gazit at:

978-216-0300

dfiricano@clinicalsolutionsma.com

Research Participation

Parents and Service Providers

Participation in Research Studies

We would like to make you aware of two research projects at Northeastern University that may be of interest to you. Information about the Janssen Autism Knowledge Engine (JAKE) and the Bio-Behavioral Capture System (BBCS) are described below.

JAKE: Conducted at Northeastern University, 360 Huntington Avenue, Boston, MA 02115

1: Eligible children 6-9 years old and 13-17 years old.

2: Confirmed diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.

3: Children-youth can continue to receive educational, behavioral, pharmacological interventions.

4: Children-youth live at home with parents or primary caregiver.

5: Parents or primary caregiver must have smartphone capable of running JAKE application.

6: Duration of study at Phase 1 is 3 weeks (3 lab visits) and at Phase 2 is 6 weeks (4 lab visits).

7: Families will be compensated $51 for each lab visit; children will receive $10 Amazon gift card for each lab visit; families retain FitBit Flex Activity + Sleep wristband ($100 value) at conclusion of study.

For further information contact Krissy Mainello at: k.mainello@neu.edu

BBCS: Conducted exclusively in children’s homes

1: Eligible children up to 18 years old.

2: Confirmed diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder.

3: Children-youth can continue to receive educational, behavioral, pharmacological interventions.

4: Children-youth live at home with parents or primary caregiver.

5: Duration of study is 1 month.

6: Parents will control and schedule unobtrusive in-home video monitoring up to 5 hours per day.

7: Families will be compensated $1,000 at conclusion of the study.

For further information contact Jillian Sullivan at: k.sullivan@neu.edu or call 413-400-BBCS

Media Contact

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Diane Firicano

Director of Operations

100 Cummings Center, S-475 Beverly, MA 01915 |
978-998-4056