Behavioral Management with Developmentally Disabled
The Behavioral Management with Developmentally Disabled program is focused on assisting adults who have been given a diagnosis of a developmental disability who may be struggling with social, behavioral and emotional challenges that are negatively impacting their lives. The goal of the Behavioral Management with Developmentally Disabled program is to assist the participants in learning and utilizing the skills necessary to better manage their emotions and behaviors and reduce the risk of these challenges resulting in negative impact on their relationships, work, and home lives, and improve overall ability to function. Clients will be expected to participate weekly in therapeutic group session with peers as well as individual sessions with their clinician on a regular basis as determined by their clinician. To make a referral to the program please contact Chris Nelson. To learn more about the BMDD program please refer to the BMDD Annual Report.
Considerations for the program:
- An IQ between 50 and 80 or diagnosed Developmental Disability.
- Individual is struggling with challenges related to social interactions, anger and impulse control, and emotional regulation.