A wide variety of interventions are available for addressing behavioral challenges and, in particular, for treating children with autism. Not all of these interventions have scientific evidence to support their use. Solid Rock Behavioral Health believes in using only evidence-based interventions.
The effectiveness of behavioral interventions is measured in terms of the degree to which problem behavior is reduced and positive behavior is increased. Solid Rock Behavioral Health contractors collect behavioral data on an ongoing basis using progress notes and graphs. They also communicate regularly with the individual receiving services, their caregivers, and service providers.