Behavior Specialist Consultants needed in Bucks, Montgomery and Philadelphia counties!
Universal Health Services, Inc.
September 5, 2018
FOUNDATIONS BEHAVIORAL HEALTH
For close to 40 years, Universal Health Services has been the leader in the Healthcare Management Industry.Â As a result of our efforts, UHS has once again been selected by Fortune as one of the â€œWorldâ€™s Most Admired Companiesâ€� in 2018. We have make the list every year since 2010 and this year we are one of only five companies in the Healthcare/Medical Facilities sector to be bestowed with this honor.
Foundations Behavioral Health provides behavioral rehabilitation services (BHRS).Â This service is unique given that clinicians help individuals/families with behavioral health problems by providing serves in a more natural environment including homes, schools, and community locations.
The primary goal of BHRS is to assist the child/adolescent in functioning more adaptively and efficiently in the home/school/community while guiding the parent/guardian to address the problematic behaviors in a more effective and constructive manner.Â The intent of BHRS is to promote treatment in the natural, least restrictive environment.Â The purpose is to offer new alternatives to the child/adolescent and the family that promotes problem solving, skill building, competency, empowerment, and self-sufficiency.
Foundations Behavioral Health provides Behavioral Health Rehabilitative Services (BHRS) in the five counties:Â Philadelphia, Montgomery, Bucks, Delaware and Chester.
The Behavior Specialist Consultant (BSC) is a fee-for-service independent contractor program within our Behavioral Health Rehabilitation Services (BHRS) program.Â The BSC works with all members of the treatment plan to design and direct a behavior modification plan that will meet the needs of the child and family, designs and oversees implementation of the treatment plan, provides instruction to other members of the treatment team (i.e. Mobile Therapist, Therapeutic Staff Support, teachers, teacherâ€™s aides, parents, family members) in their roles and responsibilities in implementing the treatment plan, and participates in enter-agency service planning meetings.