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Workshops & Consultation for Families

Autism Workshops and Q&As

Birchtree’s autism experts offer educational programs open to the public, including Autism Workshops and Autism Q&As. These are offered online and at Birchtree’s facility in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. Parents and caregivers can learn practical strategies for working with students with autism and related disorders. To learn about upcoming workshops, click here.

BCBA Consultation for Families

Birchtree’s Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) can provide an Individualized Program Evaluation to assesses an individual student’s educational, behavioral, and instructional needs and provide recommendations to facilitate skill development and performance across environments. A Behavior Analyst observes the student and his/her current programming, reviews student records, and interviews staff and family members. A written report summarizes a student’s observed behaviors and skills, identifies his/her current level of needs, and makes recommendations for educational and behavioral programming and for the future direction of the student’s program and Individualized Education Program (IEP).

Individualized Program Evaluations are available for an hourly fee plus travel costs (to and from Portsmouth, NH).

We are unable to provide consultation and services funded by health insurance.

Typical Service Area (southern New Hampshire, southern Maine & northern Massachusetts)

*Birchtree’s typical service area for consultation is in southern New Hampshire, southern Maine, and northern Massachusetts. Remote consultation may be offered outside this area.

For More Information

To learn more about consultation rates and availability, contact us.

New Hampshire Charitable Foundation

This program’s development was funded in part by grants from the New Hampshire Charitable Foundation‘s Greater Portsmouth Rehabilitation Center Fund, John and Lelia Lamson Fund, and Piscataqua Region Community Fund; The Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism; The Fuller Foundation; and The George A. Ramlose Foundation.