Social Skills Training: Developing social skills in a group of peers through reinforcement, modeling, social stories, etc in a fun, reinforcing environment


Behavior Intervention Resources, LLC

An ABA Therapy Provider

for SWLA


Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention: Discrete trials focusing on skill acquisition by manipulating the sequence of antecedents and consequences. These skills that are in acquisition may include assistance increasing communication, social skills, academic skills, decrease problematic behavior and increase appropriate behavior, etc. Implementation of programs and behavior intervention plans are delivered in a 1:1 environment.

Functional Analysis: Used primarily to identify trigger(s) and cause(s) behind specific challenging behaviors. A behavior intervention plan will then be developed based on the results on how to best address the challenging behaviors.

School Training and Consultation: We offer slide show and trainings presented at your school. We also offer 1:1 consultation with your staff on solutions for issues and difficulties they may be having in their classroom. (Private Pay Only)

Behavior Technicians

We are currently taking applications for the position of behavior technician. Behavior technicians work one on one with the children with autism and developmental delays under the supervision of a BCBA. Enthusiastic, fast learners are a must. No prior experience required, and paid training will be provided. The ability to pass a background check is required. Please email your resume to

Your resume will be reviewed and someone will call you if they feel that you may be a good candidate for the job.

Please do not repeatedly call... this is a specialty position and not everyone who applies will be called in for an interview.

Call us today at (337)661-4041

Job Opportunities

Academic Tutoring: 1:1 time spent with your child to help them meet the academic goals of their classroom and age level. (Private Pay Only)

School Shadowing: Assisting your loved one in their school to increase desired behaviors in these situations (private pay only)

Assessment- Initial & Followup: Outlines your loved one's strengths and areas of needed improvement in order to suggest goals. This is necessary at the beginning of services to determine the focus of intervention. Followups identify whether or not the program is yielding adequate improvements and successes.

​​​​​​​​​​At Behavior Intervention Resources, LLC, we value the importance of targeting your child's behavior, and their current developmental level. Our services include (but are not limited to) providing ABA therapy to those with Autism, ADD/ADHD, Asperger's Syndrome, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Traumatic Brain Injury, Sensory Processing Disorder, as well as other behavioral or developmental challenges. These services are offered to children 18 months of age to 18 years. We strive to view clients as individuals with individual treatment needs, rather than a diagnosis. Through descriptive and systematic behavioral assessment, we are able to design ethical and effective behavior analytic interventions.

If you are interested in getting your child on our waiting list, please provide us with a copy of your child's diagnostic evaluation, a prescription for ABA services, and an IEP if they have one.

1. Do you have a waiting list?

  • We currently have a short waiting list for children who are earlier than school age and in need of intensive 1:1 services 30-40 hours per week. We also have a waiting list for children who are in school and in need of less intensive hours approximately 12-30 hours per week. In order to get to get onto the waiting list, or to be seen for an evaluation to begin services if we have an opening, we need a few things first. We will need a copy of your child's diagnostic evaluation, IEP (with evaluation), copy of your insurance card (Medicaid), and a prescription for ABA from your child's pediatrician or any other doctor. (NOTE: the prescription for ABA can be from a Pediatrician but the diagnosis cannot.)

2. What ages do you accept/work with?

  • We accept new clients aged 18 months to age 18. 

3. Can I schedule an appointment? 

  • In order to schedule an appointment, we first need some information. Please contact us by phone or e-mail to discuss further. 

4. What is ABA Therapy?, What do you do?, What type of therapy do you provide?  

  • ​​ABA stands for Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy. It is a type of therapy that focuses on behavior and how we can change it to make it more appropriate. We focus on any type of problematic behavior, social skills, school readiness, transitioning, academic skills, early learner skills, instruction following, gross motor and fine motor, language and communication, and any other milestones and skills that they wold be achieving at their age. Kids receive any where from about 12-40 hours a week of one on one therapy. They are one on one at all times with staff while they are here unless their goal specifies otherwise. We take constant data on their behavior and track their progress so that we can prove definitively that we are being effective. We do individual parent training, and also do group parent training once a month and present a slideshow on topics related to ABA to expand the knowledge of families outside of therapy. 

5. Can you diagnose my child with Autism? 

  • No, at this time we are not able to diagnose. Once children have a diagnosis we work with kids providing therapy to meet their specific needs. 
  • In order to get a diagnosis in Lake Charles, there are a few places that accept Medicaid: Disney & Associates--337.431.7194, Advanced Health Services--337.477.7091, or Rehabilitation Services of Southwest Louisiana--337.433.3292.