Our Behavioral Services Department offers a variety of programs to support young children, adolescents, and adults, looking to build new skills using evidence-based approaches from the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA). We can provide supports both in-home and in our clinic to address needs in a variety of areas including communication, social skills, self-management, reducing challenging behaviors, toilet training, and independent living skills.
We are an in-network provider and accept most major insurance plans including TRICARE military insurance and Medicaid, and we are also an approved provider of Early Intervention services and all Colorado Medicaid Waiver programs (see Programs and Funding Sources for details).
Join the many Colorado families, schools, and support teams who have made the decision to work with our team of experts to address their loved one’s biggest behavior challenges and skill deficits. All services are directed by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), who works collaboratively with parents and other support staff to develop and implement interventions that have been scientifically researched and proven effective. We’re excited to help you too!
Philosophy and Approach
Our behavioral services department consists of a diverse team of providers who all share a commitment to providing the highest quality services focused on meaningful behavior change. By meaningful we mean the development of skills that will positively impact one’s quality of life by expanding opportunities and independence. We believe in a collaborative approach that helps families and other team members increase their own ability to teach and support the individual. While we break skills down and teach in a structured manner as needed, we are committed to a naturalistic teaching approach and prefer working with individuals in the real world rather than just being confined to the more controlled clinical setting
* Note that clinic-based services are available, but usually fewer than 50% of any individual’s services are delivered in the clinic.
Programs and Funding Sources
We provide services primarily in homes and in our clinical office in Aurora, Colorado.
Types of Programs:
Depending on the funding source, we can provide services in homes, the community, schools, and in our clinical office in Aurora.
Continuum of Colorado is an approved provider through the following programs, organizations and health plans.
Before services can be delivered, we must confirm the individual is eligible through the specific funding source. If you are interested in learning more about our services, or starting the intake process, please click the button below.
Mr. Addleson began his career as a school counselor in San Diego, where he focused for ten years on supporting children and adolescents with high-functioning autism and severe behavior disorders. In 2005, after becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), he moved to Hawaii, where he worked for the next seven years in collaboration with the Maui Department of Education and Department of Health, supporting a wide range of children and adults with developmental disabilities. During that time he also served as President of the Hawaii Association for Behavior Analysis. He moved to Colorado in 2012 to start the Behavioral Services Department at Continuum of Colorado. Throughout his career Mr. Addleson has consistently focused on a person-centered approach with an emphasis on teaching communication and self-management skills to help individuals more effectively make choices, express wants and needs, and to build and strengthen social relationships.
Julie Miller has more than 10 years of experience that includes working in a school setting with children on the autism spectrum, as well as working with adults with developmental disabilities in a variety of settings including employment, day programs, community, and residential. Julie earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Central Michigan University in 2003, a Master’s in Public Administration from Wright State University in 2010, and a Master’s degree in Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism from The Sage Colleges in 2014 along with a Board Certification in Behavior Analysis in 2014 as well. Julie is a foster parent and host home provider and enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, and exploring Colorado.
MA, ECSE, BCBA
Kate is a board certified behavior analyst and early childhood special educator. Throughout the past 13 years she has worked with children and adults with developmental delays and their families in a variety of environments, including homes, schools and the community. Kate spent the vast majority of her career providing home-based early intervention services to young children and their families. Since joining Continuum of Colorado in 2013, she has enjoyed the opportunity to expand her clinical work to include people of all ages, from children to adolescents and adults. Her specialties include school-based consultation, as well as designing and implementing naturalistic interventions with a focus on play, social skills, functional communication and parent training within daily routines.
Administrative Support Specialist
Marcy came to Behavioral Services in November 2014 with a passion for serving underrepresented populations in our community. She has previously worked in senior long term care and adult day programs as a health information manager and administrative assistant. Marcy enjoys the everyday challenges of assisting the Behavioral Services team in providing the best of care and services for those we serve.
Joining our Team
As we continue to grow we are frequently hiring for Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Registered Behavior Technicians. Please review current openings via the link to the right.