Autism Behavioral Center
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    51 to 200
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    1 Whitney Road Berlin, M...
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    Autism Behavioral Center website
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Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) in Berlin, MA
on June 2, 2022
Loved working here, the center is awesome! They do their best to place you with a client close to home. Fair mileage reimbursement, pay could be better. Not enough BCBA supervision. Barely saw my BCBA even though they were supposed to see the client once a month.
Behavioral Therapist in Berlin, MA
on March 24, 2022
Absolutely nothing. They do nothing to retain good people. Will promise all kinds of good things and make good on Monday of their promises. Will not help at all.
Behavior Technician in Berlin, MA
on February 26, 2022
Worked here while finishing college courses, hours vary but worked with my schedule. Very rewarding working with the clients one on one. Coworkers were friendly and supervisor was always supportive. Facilities were awesome and tons of activities to keep the kids engaged. Company was very committed to the kids development and making a positive impact. Plenty of training opportunities available. Overall hard work but rewarding.
Behavior Technician in Berlin, MA
on December 31, 2021
Working at ABC was great for a while but over several years it was clear who was in favor to be promoted and who wasn’t, regardless of work quality. They have a lot of great long term staff but staff turnover is a consistent issue (as with many other ABA providers). You will need to be okay working Saturdays so if you’re not, this job is not for you. Working with the clients is the best part of the job but initial training could be improved. Overall a nice environment with caring people.
Behavior Technician in Berlin, MA
on December 15, 2021
The organization at this company is not great. If you are a behavioral tech, and have a client during the week, this is usually ok. You get some support from the case manager, but you're expected to "get it" after 1 supervised session. This is a natural learning curve though, and I didn't have issues with my personal clients. You're required to watch your client and ensure their safety, take comprehensive notes an data all at the same time- which can be very draining when your kid is also trying to talk and play with you, or maybe even having a tantrum or engaging in non desireable behaviors. if you're ok wearing many hats, and are able to multitask for hours without getting overwhelmed, this is perfect. HOWEVER- group sessions at the center are a mess. You can show up, and sometimes not be guaranteed a client and basically walk around asking other BTs if they need a break and cleaning activities. Very boring, waste of time- but if you want the money go ahead. What's even worse is if you have a client. Now, it's likely you can have a regular client on Saturdays for group, and this isnt an issue. What IS a problem is if you seldom are assigned clients- its a different one each week. This means you need to adjust to a new behavior plan, new age group, different abilities, and have to build a rapport with a new kid who either doesn't know you, or has just never worked with you before. It leaves much room for error in data collection (sometimes I'd be assigned to a kid, but then they would assign me to another when I showed up and I wouldn't have their plan to take data until halfway through session). Additionally, this is a lot of stress on the BTs- specifically ones with not much experience. Lastly, the biggest problem with this system is that because of large room for error, this is a MAJOR break in stability for the client's success. Group sessions are extremely helpful, so this is a great idea- however, with little consistency in these group sessions the kids can sometimes not be prompted or rewarded in the way their behaior plan outlines, and this can make their progress slow- not to mention being confusing and frustrating for the kids who need more consistency than others.

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How many children will I manage at once? Do you get millage reimbursements? Will I work with a child in my area? Can I work more hours?

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