A Balanced Child Earns 1-Year BHCOE Accreditation Receiving National Recognition for Commitment to Quality Improvement
Hill Country Village, TX – BHCOE Accreditation has recognized A Balanced Child with a 1-Year Accreditation, acknowledging the organization as a behavioral service provider dedicated to continuous improvement in applied behavior analysis. BHCOE Accreditation recognizes behavioral health providers that excel in the areas of clinical quality, staff qualifications and consumer satisfaction and promote systems that enhance these areas. These areas are measured with a wide-ranging audit, including interviews with agency clinical leadership, in-depth on-site observation, a detailed staff qualification review, an anonymous staff satisfaction survey and an anonymous consumer satisfaction survey.
BHCOE Accreditation is the only applied behavioral analysis (ABA)-specific accreditation. It provides feedback regarding clinical best practices, staff satisfaction and turnover, and consumer protection. Acting as a third-party, the organization systematically measures and reports on existing quality criteria in the behavior analysis community using standardized methods and practices, and accredits only those service agencies that meet these standards.
“What an exciting time in which we’ve earned BHCOE Accreditation!” said Serica Cuellar, Owner of A Balanced Child. “Our staff is eager to continue growing as a team and as an organization. The accreditation is a reflection of the hard work we put forward each and every day.”
About BHCOE Accreditation
BHCOE Accreditation is a trusted source that recognizes behavioral health organizations committed to continuous quality improvement. BHCOE offers a third-party measurement system that differentiates and provides independent feedback on clinical quality indicators. The BHCOE criterion features standards that subject-matter experts developed to measure effective applied behavior analysis services. For more information, visit www.bhcoe.org.
About A Balanced Child
At A Balanced Child, their goal is to provide early intervention and therapy to children with developmental delays, autism spectrum disorder and other developmental disorders. They focus on all areas of development including language, motor, behavior, academics, social and adaptive skills. They partner with families and guide them through the services provided to create a balanced approach. Services in ABA, ST and group play include: consulting with families and their community, assessments, creation and implementation of an early intervention plan or behavior intervention plan, and parent training. They currently provide services in home, school and community settings for families in San Antonio and surrounding areas. For more information, visit www.abalancedchild.org.