New Behavioral Network’s Therapeutic Support for Families (TSF) Program offers services which aim to encourage and facilitate positive change within the home, school, and community at large. The ultimate goal of the program is for our clients to remain within the community while receiving less intensive services. Our Therapeutic Support Specialists (TSS) help effectively engage the entire family in achieving desired goals.
Children ages 3 to 17 are eligible to receive therapeutic support services.
By participating in program services, children and adolescents will:
- Develop effective and meaningful ways to manage their behaviors and appropriately express their emotions.
By participating in program services, caregivers will:
- Build and maintain positive relationships with their child(ren).
- Gain knowledge and strengthen parenting practices, allowing them to successfully manage challenging behaviors and situations.
- Build confidence in their parenting abilities and be provided support when challenges occur.
Services are delivered by trained, skilled paraprofessionals.
Therapeutic Support Specialists will:
- Work traditional and non-traditional hours, in a variety of settings, in order to meet the needs of the family.
- Work collaboratively with all team members to ensure treatment plans are meeting the family and children’s needs.
- Support caregivers in preparation for a child’s return home, and provide additional support during periods of transition.
- Provide therapeutic supervision of children during treatment and educational activities.
- Assist caregivers in identifying precursors and triggers that result in impairment.
- Model positive parenting techniques and pro-social behaviors.
The Clinical Supervisor, a licensed behavioral clinician, is responsible for providing ongoing weekly supervision and consultation services to the Therapeutic Support Specialist (TSS).
Therapeutic Support Specialist:
The Therapeutic Support Specialist (TSS) provides one-on-one support, as outlined in a child’s individual treatment plan, within home, school, and community settings, while simultaneously supporting the child’s family. The TSS is an integral part of a child’s treatment team and works collaboratively with other team members (i.e. Physicians, Therapists, Teachers) to implement behaviorally based treatment strategies and interventions. The TSS provides direct therapeutic support and intervention to a child in order to assist in the development of positive emotional, social, and behavioral skills.
All New Behavioral Network, Inc. employees embody the highest standards and qualifications set forth by the company.
We accept Division of Prevention & Behavioral Health Services (DPBHS) and private referrals.
New Castle County
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