We have a special interest in individuals with autism and their families.
According to the Centers for Disease Control, approximately 1 in 68 children in the U.S. has been identified with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). With a comprehensive approach to ASD, we strive to enrich the lives of both the individual and his or her family. Our autism consultant has special expertise in the best-practices for raising and teaching children with autism.
Speech-language pathologists play a critical role in screening, diagnosing, and enhancing the social communication development and quality of life of children, adolescents, and adults with ASD. Impairments in verbal and nonverbal communication are core features of ASD. All individuals with ASD are challenged in the area of social communication. At its core, communication is a social process. Thus, many individuals with ASD need help in learning to use language or alternative communication systems, and all have needs in acquiring appropriate social use of communication. These challenges result in far reaching problems for individuals with ASD and everyone with whom they interact. In many ways, ASD is primarily a social communication disability. Therefore, the speech-language pathologist's role is critical in supporting the individual, the environment, and the communication partner to maximize opportunities for interaction in order to overcome barriers created by the nature of ASD. At West Tennessee Hearing & Speech Center, we believe that with proper treatment, most people with communication and hearing disorders can lead full and productive lives.
Find out more at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Behavioral Outreach Services, LLC.
Shiloh Beene, M.S., BCBA, LBA
Owner/Executive Director, Board Certified Behavior Analyst
DIDD Approved Behavior Analyst, Licensed Behavior Analyst
- Using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to Teach Others How To:
- Increase appropriate skills to get wants/needs met “the right way”
- Decrease problem behaviors through prevention and responses
- Professional Development Workshops Also Available
Shiloh Beene, M.S., BCBA, LBA has provided Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services and/or behavioral consultations since 2002. Ms. Beene’s goal is to help as many families, school systems, and other professionals using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). In order to accomplish this goal, she provides functional behavioral assessments, comprehensive individual treatment plans, coordination of services, supervision, staff development and training, behavioral consultation services, and community education. Ms. Beene works with children and adult clients with autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disabilities, developmental disabilities, functional disabilities, and psychiatric issues. Mrs. Beene teaches the caregivers of the children and adults how to be their best at implementing the behavioral strategies in order to reduce problem behaviors and teach the client how to develop appropriate skills so that the clients can get what they want and need through socially appropriate behaviors.
Contact Shiloh Beene to obtain the intake paperwork for ABA services, discuss ABA services, insurance coverage of ABA, and private pay option.
Cell: (731) 446-5441