We help develop the tiered practices needed to increase social and emotional competence of children as well as address challenging and unsafe behaviors.
We help increase the effectiveness of interactions between adults who care for, educate and treat children and the people who support those adults.
We help home visiting professionals engage families in addressing challenges through the use of our comprehensive
continuum of behavior support.
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Implementers are people who work directly with children. We engage implementers in the design and use of tiered practices to address the diverse social and emotional needs of children.
Supporters are people who work with implementers. We engage supporters in the development of approaches used to meet the diverse needs of implementers.
In order to establish a common language, introduce concepts, and reflect on how to apply concepts to practice, we use participatory workshops.
In order to challenge thinking and brainstorm plans of action, we facilitate collaborative groups with people who have shared roles and responsibilities.
In order to use difficult situations to build the capacity of individual participants, we visit and work with participants in their settings.
We started as a consulting company with the purpose of engaging people in the effective use of applied behavior analysis to develop individualized behavior interventions. In 2001, T-BASE was recognized with the Innovative Approach to Behavioral Health Care Award.
We started teaming with teachers to design, implement, and revise social and emotional development strategies on the classroom level. In 2010, we launched our first digital resource, the Practical Guide to Social and Emotional Development.
We began to focus on relationships and interactions, not only between adults and children, but also between adults. This focus led to the development of our Pyramid Building and Capacity Building frameworks designed to facilitate effective working relationships.
The next five years are going to be exciting as we challenge ourselves and our partners to find new ways to work with early childcare, education, mental health, and families to build the Most Opportunity Environment for all children.
We also partner with a group of seasoned professionals who work individually with teachers and therapists to facilitate progress in the context of their unique circumstances and settings. They are expert pacers, analyzers, leaders, collaborators, and resource-matchers.