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Diverse Kindergarten

Behavior Analysis Services, LLC

Making Meaningful Progress

strive for progress not perfection

Our Vision

Making Meaningful Progress

At Behavior Analysis Services, our mission is to work with our community partners to create meaningful opportunities for our learners to interact in a wide variety of settings. We hope that with the skills we teach, we can improve the experiences of children with autism and their families. We strive for progress not perfection in every skill we teach, with the goal that our clients can become the best version of themselves. 

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Our Values

Behavior Analysis Services C.A.R.E.S.

Compassionate Care

Our service team is trained to provide client-focused, individualized care to every family we serve.

Applied Research 

Creating opportunities to impact the entire autism community through research activities. 

Respect for Others

BAS uses person-first language in our treatment plans, written communication, and training activities. However, we recognize this may not be preferred by all. 

Evidenced-Based Practices

Individualized programs with a focus on meaningful skill acquisition using research-backed methods, ongoing staff training, and supervision ensure our treatment meets our ethical standards of practice. 

Supporting our Community

Through our community outreach efforts: our free community events and free caregiver/stakeholder training opportunities. 

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Meet Our BCBAs

Belinda Montelbano, PhD, BCBA-D

Belinda is the owner of Behavior Analysis Services. She began her career in Applied Behavior Analysis in 2011. However, her ties to the autism community came several years earlier when her son received his diagnosis. Her passion for this field and the families we serve is truly powerful. She believes strongly in a community approach to treatment and strives to make meaningful progress in the lives of children on the autism spectrum. 

Jamie Wichmann, MS, BCBA 

Jamie joined our team in June, 2022. She has been a BCBA since 2016. She has experience with school-based, clinic-based, and home-based learning opportunities. She is also a subject-matter expert with the BACB. 

Carrie Harden

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