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Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

If you are a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with strong applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy experience and a heart for the pediatric population, then we are looking for you. We specialize in providing compassionate care for children.

Aveanna is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

This is the perfect time to join a growing pediatric home care company! Aveanna is in search of a BCBA to join our team. Working with Aveanna will challenge you, improve your clinical and assessment skills, and give you the opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life.

  • Full time or part time
  • Competitive salary, health insurance, and benefits package
  • Flexible scheduling options

Deliver ABA therapy for children with autism spectrum disorders, communication disorders, behavior concerns, or other developmental disabilities. Our team will design individualized programs to address areas of socialization, communication, language, daily living, academic skills, behavior challenges, organizational skills, play, and adaptive living skills that focus on a child’s abilities and the parent’s goals. Our approach is to create an individualized program that is based on the most widely accepted and effective ABA therapy/autism treatment. Our services include, but are not limited to:

  • Conducting behavioral assessments
  • Developing individualized programs
  • Writing and revising behavior-analytic treatment plans
  • Therapy with Registered Behavior Technician
  • Supervision by Board Certified Behavior Analyst
  • Parent education and training
  • Analyzing data
  • Ongoing behavioral consultation
  1. Master’s Degree, or higher, in behavioral sciences and nationally certified as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
  2. Two (2) years of experience preferred.
  3. Acceptance of philosophy and goals of the Agency.
  4. Ability to exercise initiative and independent judgment.

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2 days ago

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We have work in multiple settings including clinics, home and schools. Choose one or choose them all. The one thing that’s certain is you’ll never be bored. If you want to make a difference in a child’s life join as our newest Speech language pathologist in #Chillicothe, TX today! bit.ly/2JwRxEv #Healthcare ... See MoreSee Less

We have work in multiple settings including clinics, home and schools. Choose one or choose them all. The one thing that’s certain is you’ll never be bored. If you want to make a difference in a child’s life join as our newest Speech language pathologist in #Chillicothe, TX today! http://bit.ly/2JwRxEv #Healthcare

 

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“I wish more people understood that having a son with Down syndrome did change my family’s life for sure, but that Justin changed us for the better.

Justin has taught us to value life more and appreciate what we are given. We all have had to educate ourselves and adapt to Justin’s needs. We’ve learned how to offer Justin the love, support, and respect he deserves as a human being and a family member in a way that fits his needs.

Justin has also taught us to be more open. He is never afraid to meet new people because he has an open heart. He is always ready to give the best of himself to others. Our community has accepted Justin well. He has one-on-one care at school and at home. He gives us his best, and we try to do the same for him with the effort that we put into his care.

Justin’s life with Down syndrome, or Trisomy 21, has inspired many people. Sometimes, he shows frustration, tiredness, and a bit of a temper – just like anyone else would. But that never stops him from being a loving, caring, helpful, respectful, kind, and forgiving boy. Fortunately, Justin lives in a country where he is valued, respected, and given the support he needs.

I want more people to know that individuals with Down syndrome are human beings with important and beautiful perspectives on life, love, compassion, care, and fun. I want more people to know that my son is a valuable person. And I want more people to know that being born with an extra chromosome made Justin really special.”

Martha, Justin’s mom

#worlddownsyndromeday #WDSD19
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“I wish more people understood that having a son with Down syndrome did change my family’s life for sure, but that Justin changed us for the better.

Justin has taught us to value life more and appreciate what we are given. We all have had to educate ourselves and adapt to Justin’s needs. We’ve learned how to offer Justin the love, support, and respect he deserves as a human being and a family member in a way that fits his needs.

Justin has also taught us to be more open. He is never afraid to meet new people because he has an open heart. He is always ready to give the best of himself to others. Our community has accepted Justin well. He has one-on-one care at school and at home. He gives us his best, and we try to do the same for him with the effort that we put into his care.  

Justin’s life with Down syndrome, or Trisomy 21, has inspired many people. Sometimes, he shows frustration, tiredness, and a bit of a temper – just like anyone else would. But that never stops him from being a loving, caring, helpful, respectful, kind, and forgiving boy. Fortunately, Justin lives in a country where he is valued, respected, and given the support he needs.

I want more people to know that individuals with Down syndrome are human beings with important and beautiful perspectives on life, love, compassion, care, and fun. I want more people to know that my son is a valuable person. And I want more people to know that being born with an extra chromosome made Justin really special.”

Martha, Justin’s mom

#worlddownsyndromeday #WDSD19

 

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Justin you're a rock star!

Amen!

Yes yes yes!!!!! So beautifully said Martha 💜

3 days ago

Aveanna Healthcare

Camila was born in January of 2017 and diagnosed with Down syndrome. Just three days later, she had her first surgery. It was an uncertain and scary time for Camila’s family. And it became even more frightening when they found out that Camila had a hole in her heart. Their little one was facing a whole new set of challenges and unknowns.

But those challenges couldn’t keep Camila down. She has faced every obstacle head on and with a smile. Two months ago, Camila had open heart surgery to repair the hole in her heart. We are happy to report that she is recovering well with her Aveanna nurses by her side.

Camila’s diagnosis presents difficulties for her and her family. But it doesn’t define her or hold her back. We are honored to know this incredibly strong fighter and to support her during her journey.

Tomorrow is #WorldDownSyndromeDay. We hope you'll join us in celebrating the strength, beauty, and determination of children like Camila on this special day and on every day!

#WDSD19
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Camila was born in January of 2017 and diagnosed with Down syndrome. Just three days later, she had her first surgery. It was an uncertain and scary time for Camila’s family. And it became even more frightening when they found out that Camila had a hole in her heart. Their little one was facing a whole new set of challenges and unknowns. 

But those challenges couldn’t keep Camila down. She has faced every obstacle head on and with a smile. Two months ago, Camila had open heart surgery to repair the hole in her heart. We are happy to report that she is recovering well with her Aveanna nurses by her side. 

Camila’s diagnosis presents difficulties for her and her family. But it doesn’t define her or hold her back. We are honored to know this incredibly strong fighter and to support her during her journey.

Tomorrow is #WorldDownSyndromeDay. We hope youll join us in celebrating the strength, beauty, and determination of children like Camila on this special day and on every day!

#WDSD19

 

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What a cutie

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4 days ago

Aveanna Healthcare

If you enjoy caring for others, come work with Aveanna. We are always looking for compassionate individuals to join our growing team. Check out our latest opening in #Englewood, CO today: Therapy Director bit.ly/2Jlm1JD #Healthcare ... See MoreSee Less

If you enjoy caring for others, come work with Aveanna. We are always looking for compassionate individuals to join our growing team. Check out our latest opening in #Englewood, CO today: Therapy Director http://bit.ly/2Jlm1JD #Healthcare

 

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Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)

If you are a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) with strong applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy experience and a heart for the pediatric population, then we are looking for you. We specialize in providing compassionate care for children.

Aveanna is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

This is the perfect time to join a growing pediatric home care company! Aveanna is in search of an RBT to join our team. Working with Aveanna will challenge you, improve your clinical and assessment skills, and give you the opportunity to make a difference in a child’s life.

  • Full-time or part-time positions
  • Competitive salary, health insurance, and benefits package
  • Flexible scheduling options

A behavior technician (BT) provides one-on-one applied behavioral analysis (ABA) intervention services to children with special needs and offers support to their families. Behavior Technicians are responsible for implementing ABA-based programs for skill development as well as problem behavior reduction as directed by the board-certified behavior analyst in conjunction with the treatment plan.

  1. High school diploma.
  2. RBT or BT with desire to work toward receiving your RBT under guidance and reimbursement provided by Aveanna.
  3. Two (2) years of experience preferred working with pediatric population.
  4. Acceptance of the agency’s philosophy and goals.

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12 hours ago

Aveanna Healthcare

Say hello to Ellison!

Ellison has been through a lot in his life, but he hasn't stopped smiling yet. We are so happy that we get to play a small part in this little one's story!
... See MoreSee Less

Say hello to Ellison! 

Ellison has been through a lot in his life, but he hasnt stopped smiling yet. We are so happy that we get to play a small part in this little ones story!

 

Comment on Facebook

What a great smile! And those cheeks!

2 days ago

Aveanna Healthcare

We have work in multiple settings including clinics, home and schools. Choose one or choose them all. The one thing that’s certain is you’ll never be bored. If you want to make a difference in a child’s life join as our newest Speech language pathologist in #Chillicothe, TX today! bit.ly/2JwRxEv #Healthcare ... See MoreSee Less

We have work in multiple settings including clinics, home and schools. Choose one or choose them all. The one thing that’s certain is you’ll never be bored. If you want to make a difference in a child’s life join as our newest Speech language pathologist in #Chillicothe, TX today! http://bit.ly/2JwRxEv #Healthcare

 

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Scheduler Austin Tx soon?

2 days ago

Aveanna Healthcare

“I wish more people understood that having a son with Down syndrome did change my family’s life for sure, but that Justin changed us for the better.

Justin has taught us to value life more and appreciate what we are given. We all have had to educate ourselves and adapt to Justin’s needs. We’ve learned how to offer Justin the love, support, and respect he deserves as a human being and a family member in a way that fits his needs.

Justin has also taught us to be more open. He is never afraid to meet new people because he has an open heart. He is always ready to give the best of himself to others. Our community has accepted Justin well. He has one-on-one care at school and at home. He gives us his best, and we try to do the same for him with the effort that we put into his care.

Justin’s life with Down syndrome, or Trisomy 21, has inspired many people. Sometimes, he shows frustration, tiredness, and a bit of a temper – just like anyone else would. But that never stops him from being a loving, caring, helpful, respectful, kind, and forgiving boy. Fortunately, Justin lives in a country where he is valued, respected, and given the support he needs.

I want more people to know that individuals with Down syndrome are human beings with important and beautiful perspectives on life, love, compassion, care, and fun. I want more people to know that my son is a valuable person. And I want more people to know that being born with an extra chromosome made Justin really special.”

Martha, Justin’s mom

#worlddownsyndromeday #WDSD19
... See MoreSee Less

“I wish more people understood that having a son with Down syndrome did change my family’s life for sure, but that Justin changed us for the better.

Justin has taught us to value life more and appreciate what we are given. We all have had to educate ourselves and adapt to Justin’s needs. We’ve learned how to offer Justin the love, support, and respect he deserves as a human being and a family member in a way that fits his needs.

Justin has also taught us to be more open. He is never afraid to meet new people because he has an open heart. He is always ready to give the best of himself to others. Our community has accepted Justin well. He has one-on-one care at school and at home. He gives us his best, and we try to do the same for him with the effort that we put into his care.  

Justin’s life with Down syndrome, or Trisomy 21, has inspired many people. Sometimes, he shows frustration, tiredness, and a bit of a temper – just like anyone else would. But that never stops him from being a loving, caring, helpful, respectful, kind, and forgiving boy. Fortunately, Justin lives in a country where he is valued, respected, and given the support he needs.

I want more people to know that individuals with Down syndrome are human beings with important and beautiful perspectives on life, love, compassion, care, and fun. I want more people to know that my son is a valuable person. And I want more people to know that being born with an extra chromosome made Justin really special.”

Martha, Justin’s mom

#worlddownsyndromeday #WDSD19

 

Comment on Facebook

Justin you're a rock star!

Amen!

Yes yes yes!!!!! So beautifully said Martha 💜

3 days ago

Aveanna Healthcare

Camila was born in January of 2017 and diagnosed with Down syndrome. Just three days later, she had her first surgery. It was an uncertain and scary time for Camila’s family. And it became even more frightening when they found out that Camila had a hole in her heart. Their little one was facing a whole new set of challenges and unknowns.

But those challenges couldn’t keep Camila down. She has faced every obstacle head on and with a smile. Two months ago, Camila had open heart surgery to repair the hole in her heart. We are happy to report that she is recovering well with her Aveanna nurses by her side.

Camila’s diagnosis presents difficulties for her and her family. But it doesn’t define her or hold her back. We are honored to know this incredibly strong fighter and to support her during her journey.

Tomorrow is #WorldDownSyndromeDay. We hope you'll join us in celebrating the strength, beauty, and determination of children like Camila on this special day and on every day!

#WDSD19
... See MoreSee Less

Camila was born in January of 2017 and diagnosed with Down syndrome. Just three days later, she had her first surgery. It was an uncertain and scary time for Camila’s family. And it became even more frightening when they found out that Camila had a hole in her heart. Their little one was facing a whole new set of challenges and unknowns. 

But those challenges couldn’t keep Camila down. She has faced every obstacle head on and with a smile. Two months ago, Camila had open heart surgery to repair the hole in her heart. We are happy to report that she is recovering well with her Aveanna nurses by her side. 

Camila’s diagnosis presents difficulties for her and her family. But it doesn’t define her or hold her back. We are honored to know this incredibly strong fighter and to support her during her journey.

Tomorrow is #WorldDownSyndromeDay. We hope youll join us in celebrating the strength, beauty, and determination of children like Camila on this special day and on every day!

#WDSD19

 

Comment on Facebook

What a cutie

❤️🌈🙏🏾

4 days ago

Aveanna Healthcare

If you enjoy caring for others, come work with Aveanna. We are always looking for compassionate individuals to join our growing team. Check out our latest opening in #Englewood, CO today: Therapy Director bit.ly/2Jlm1JD #Healthcare ... See MoreSee Less

If you enjoy caring for others, come work with Aveanna. We are always looking for compassionate individuals to join our growing team. Check out our latest opening in #Englewood, CO today: Therapy Director http://bit.ly/2Jlm1JD #Healthcare

 

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