Lovaas Institute Careers and Employment
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The Lovaas Institute is committed to providing the highest quality treatment available to children diagnosed with autism or a related disorder. We approach this one child at a time by individualizing each child’s program to best meet his or her needs.
Recognized as the world leader in the treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders, The Lovaas Institute also offers frequent opportunities for advancement within the company and professional growth including supervision by Board Certified Behavior Analysts, on the job training, and compensation and training for continuing education.
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You will constantly be learning new things in this job that can greatly benefit you in the future. Communication is key, and it is easy with a staff that is so helpful and supportive such as the staff here at Lovaas Institute.
Lovaas is a great company to start off in and to grow as a registered behavior technician. This company has many supportive BCBAs that will guide you through every learning process and teach you to understand and implement foundational ABA procedures. While it is great for behavior technicians, there is less room to grow for more advanced technicians. They are sadly not as organized in teaching RBTs to transition to supervisors.
Overall, Lovaas is an amazing place to work! My supervisors have been extremely helpful and supportive by answering questions and providing me with supervision while completing graduate ABA coursework. I have had the privilege to collaborate with great coworkers, clients and family members! I have worked at other ABA companies and Lovaas is by far the best! Sometimes I have random gaps in my schedule, where I potentially am unpaid or use PTO if there aren`t miscellaneous tasks that needed to be completed. I have also been asked to travel longer distances (30 minutes) to clients houses. I wish that Lovaas would offer us higher compensation for extended travel. It would be nice if they also offered higher reimbursement for the wear and tear of our cars.
I loved working with Lovaas! The supervisors are so helpful and thoughtful. They work on professional development and are always trying to help staff improve in areas of weakness.
This job provides a sense of accomplishment and makes you feel like you are changing someone’s life. Being able to work with children and there families is something I always wanted to do and this company provides all those things. It also allows you to collaborate with coworkers, be creative, and have fun with the families you are working with.
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