The Kid SpOt Center Earns BHCOE Preliminary Accreditation Receiving National Recognition for Commitment to Quality Improvement
Campbellsville, KY – BHCOE Accreditation has recognized The Kids SpOT Center with a Preliminary 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. BHCOE Preliminary Accreditation occurs for newer organizations or organizations preparing to meet full accreditation review within a year, prior to a full evaluation. This consists of a high-level review of organizational systems to identify areas for improvement prior to growth.
BHCOE Accreditation and BHCOE Preliminary Accreditation are the only applied behavior analysis (ABA)-specific accreditations. 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.
“We’re so excited to have earned this BHCOE Accreditation,” said Owner Jennifer Houk. “The entire team at The Kid SpOt Center looks forward to continual growth and is eager to continue to provide quality care to our families in the Campbellsville area.”
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 The Kid SpOt Center
The mission at the Kid SpOt Center is to provide support to families of children with disabilities. They strive to help families live each day with the greatest ease possible. They strive to provide quality services to all children in hopes of increasing their ability to be an independent and functioning member of society. They want to provide community resources and other information to families of children with disabilities to help integrate services community-wide. They feel that each child, and their family, is an important member of our community. They want to empower the families to make informed decisions about their children and the care they receive. For more information, visit www.thekidspotcenter.com.