Person-Centered: your child does not fit into a box. During the behavioral consultation process, all recommendations and plans will created with the needs, skills, and traits of your child in mind.
Family-Centered: families and foster families deserve to have recommendations that are practical, affordable, and effective. Our plans will be created with your situation in mind.
Neurodiversity: everyone's brain works differently, whether you have a developmental condition or not. We believe in helping children navigate the world in a way that works for them, while promoting acceptance in society for all people (and brains!).
Self-Advocacy: the first thing that you should do is find an advocate (local or national) who has the same condition as your child. They will help shed light on what your child is going through, and help you generate ideas. Oregon Behavior Consultation will provide you with a list of advocates.
Accuracy: Nate strives to be accurate in his explanations of behaviors and cognitive skills, which can be difficult to do in a way that is understandable to most training audiences. He welcomes feedback to correct and clarify the information he provides.