The ABA Counselor-Education is responsible for providing educational instruction designed to promote intellectual, emotional and social growth to an assigned individual in a structured classroom environment.
They will assist in implementing individualized programs that are appropriate to the ages and populations served, specifically children and adolescents (ages 5-21 years) with autism and intellectual/developmental disabilities, including those acquired by brain injury. The ABA- Counselor-Education will typically be assigned to a single classroom but may be required to work with individuals from other classrooms, as assigned by supervisors.
Some of the high-level responsibilities of the ABA Counselor-Education include:
Melmark is a multi-state human service provider with premier private special education schools, professional development, training, and research centers. We are committed to enhancing the lives of individuals with autism, intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families by providing exceptional evidence-based and applied behavior analytic services to every individual, every day.