Behavior Support Center
The Behavior Support Center is a unique program specializing in designing individualized behavior support programs that meet the educational needs of each student. We employ a variety of techniques to support students at the Behavior Support Center and staff at the student's home campus to include modeling, coaching, data collection, visual analysis of data, and comprehensive behavior intervention plan development. Our objective is to develop programs that leverage each student's strengths to promote their behavioral and academic success in the school setting.
BSC staff were featured on the NEISD front page for their innovative approach to increasing literacy opportunities at home. See how our staff have approached the task of providing high-quality literacy engagement in a virtual learning space!
This toolkit was created by Autism Focused Interventions & Resource Modules (AFIRM) to support individuals with autism and their caregivers. This toolkit includes seven specific strategies for supporting individuals with autism during these uncertain times.
- Campus Name: Behavior Support Center
- Year Established: 2018
- School Colors: Black/Gold/Sky Blue
- School Mascot: Bats