Program Supervisors hold a master’s degree in special education, psychology, ABA, or other related field. They are also either Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) or are eligible to sit for the BCBA exam within 3 months upon a case assignment. The PS directly consults with your child’s direct service team, and is responsible for conducting initial assessment and ongoing assessment, developing treatment and behavior reduction plans, preparing individualized programs and program materials, monitoring child’s programs and progress, conducting and leading team meetings and providing direct supervision to therapy assistants. The PS will also conduct parent training and collaborate with other service providers (e.g., school, OT, SLP) as needed. The PS acts as a direct liaison between the Executive Director and your child’s direct service team, and is the main contact for families regarding your child’s treatment plan and clinical needs.