Resources

The BHCOE Audit measures standards that already exist in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis. As such, we recommend that providers familiarize themselves with these documents prior to the interview or site visit. You may also find forms that can assist in initiating or moving through the BHCOE Accreditation process by clicking “forms” below.

2018 Annual Report

2018 Annual Report

Over a year of data, the latest ABA hourly rate trends, turnover trends and exciting updates from BHCOE.

BHCOE Request for Audit Rescore

BHCOE Request for Audit Rescore

Organizations that the BHCOE has conducted a review of and that have received a Preliminary Accreditation, Full Accreditation, Provisional Accreditation or Non-Accreditation may request the BHCOE to re-score their accreditation review within 30 days of completion of the review.

BHCOE Change of Information Form

BHCOE Change of Information Form

Accredited organizations are required to submit this form within 30 days of completion of any material changes. This includes, but is not limited to, change in ownership, change of corporate name, change of address, and addition or closure of sites, as well as any claim, proceeding, or investigation by a government or regulatory entity.

Introduction to Preliminary Accreditation

Introduction to Preliminary Accreditation

The first step to BHCOE Accreditation is this Self-Evaluation Checklist. Download it to see if your organization is qualified to become a BHCOE. BHCOE’s are organizations that meet rigorous standards of clinical quality, staff-centered and consumer-centered performance, accountability, and transparency. How does your organization measure up?

2017 Annual Report

2017 Annual Report

Trends in Clinical Quality, Employee Engagement & Consumer Satisfaction. Over a year of data, latest ABA Caregiver Satisfaction trends, Staff Satisfaction Trends and new Quality Program Standards.

Evidence Based Practices for Children Youth and Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Evidence Based Practices for Children Youth and Young Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder

This document briefly reviews the current conceptualization of ASD, explains the difference between focused intervention practices and comprehensive treatment models, provide a rationale for narrowing the review to the former, describe other reports that have identified evidence-based practices, briefly describe their first review of the literature (Odom, Collet-Klingenberg, Rogers, & Hatton, 2010), and lastly provide the rationale for conducting an updated review of the literature and revision of the former set of practices identified.

BHCOE Self-Evaluation Checklist

BHCOE Self-Evaluation Checklist

The first step to BHCOE Accreditation is this Self-Evaluation Checklist. Download it to see if your organization is qualified to become a BHCOE. BHCOE’s are organizations that meet rigorous standards of clinical quality, staff-centered and consumer-centered performance, accountability, and transparency. How does your organization measure up?

Practice Guidelines for Healthcare Funders and Managers

Practice Guidelines for Healthcare Funders and Managers

The purpose of this document is to inform decision-making regarding the use of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to treat medically necessary conditions so as to develop, maintain, or restore, to the maximum extent practicable, the functioning of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) in ways that are both efficacious and cost-effective.

National Standards Project, Phase 2

National Standards Project, Phase 2

This document seeks to provide evidence supporting educational and behavioral interventions that target the core characteristics of these neurological disorders

Evidence-Based Practices for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Evidence-Based Practices for Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder

Recommendations for Caregivers, Practitioners, and Policy Makers

2016 Annual Report

2016 Annual Report

Trends in Clinical Quality, Employee Engagement & Consumer Satisfaction. Over a year of data, latest ABA Caregiver Satisfaction trends, Staff Satisfaction Trends and new Quality Program Standards.

Autism SIG Consumer Guidelines

Autism SIG Consumer Guidelines

Planning, directing, and monitoring effective ABA programs for individuals with autism spectrum disorders requires specific skills and competencies. This document identifies appropriate skills and qualifications for doing so.

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