A Better Path to Improving Behavior

When a child’s health and happiness are jeopardized by behavioral problems, parents want answers. Attend | Behavior combines easy-to-use technology with evidence-based practices for improving behavior.

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How it works

  1. Complete Initial Assessment

    Use our assessment tool to identify problem behaviors to target and positive behaviors to promote.

  2. Get Personalized Strategy

    Learn how to identify possible causes for disruptive behavior and behavioral strategies and techniques shown to improve behavior.

  3. Become a Pro in Kids’ Behavior

    Use our extensive toolkit to identify behavioral patterns, know when to intervene at the right time with the right technique, and implement a simple to use but effective reward system.

Our features

We help parents learn what works to improve behavior.

  • The ABCs of Behavior
  • Strategies to prevent behavioral issues
  • Tips for creating effective routines
  • How to effectively use reinforcement
  • Techniques to improve compliance
  • How to promote positive behaviors
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Our behavior tools help turn new learning into everyday habits

  • Track behavior and identify patterns
  • Know when to use prevention strategies
  • Create an easy to use schedule
  • Select and know when to use reward by prompting them to use the right strategy
  • Easy automated simple, behavior assistant
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The research is clear on what we need to do to improve behavior. The trick is making it easy for parents to incorporate those practices into their everyday lives.

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Dr. Stewart Pisecco

CEO at Attend | Behavior

Improve Behavioral Care & Reduce Healthcare Costs

  • Health Plans
  • Healthcare Providers
  • Parents
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    Health Plans

    When it comes to behavioral care for children and adolescents, it can be tough to find providers and maximize value. Attend | Behavior offers health plans an option for addressing critical gaps in care and can support your population health, case management, and clinical care models at a fraction of the cost.

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    Healthcare Providers

    Organizations and providers can use Attend | Behavior to increase access to evidence-based practices for behavioral problems commonly exhibited by children with Autism, ADHD, and other types of Behavioral Disorders. Our solution helps providers provide a better continuum of care, monitor outcomes, and extend the reach of their services between appointments and post-treatment.

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    Parents

    Attend | Behavior provides on-demand access to parenting strategies shown to improve behavior and a suite of tools that help parents turn their new learning into everyday habits. Attend | Behavior has been specifically designed for the most common types of behavioral problems including temper tantrums, non-compliance, mild forms of aggression, hyperactivity, impulsiveness, and inattention.

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Research Basis

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    The Science of Improving Behavior

    Researchers have consistently found that one of most effective types of interventions for problem behaviors are training programs that increase parents understanding of the principles of behavior and provide direct instruction in the use of specific types of behavioral techniques and strategies.

    Most effective parenting programs include learning modules that help parents understand the principles of behavior management, promote the use prevention strategies, emphasize the use of positive reinforcement, and provide direct instruction in the use of strategies that lead to better consistency and compliance.

    Attend | Behavior’s learning modules help parents understand how to improve behavior and its parenting technology tools make it easy for them to translate their new learning into everyday habits.

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    Evidence Basis for our Learning Modules

    By partnering with Oxford University Press, the world’s largest university press, Attend|Behavior is proud to offer learning content from OUP’s Programs that Work Series titled Parent Training for Disruptive Behavior authored by the RUBI Autism Network.

    The Parent Training for Disruptive Behavior program has been rigorously studied in three large-scale randomized clinical trials targeting the most common types of behavioral issues including temper tantrums, non-compliance, mild aggression, impulsiveness, hyperactivity, and inattention.

    Research documenting effectiveness of RUBI’s parent training program have appeared in some of the world’s most prestigious journals including The Journal of the American Medical Association, Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology , Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review .

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    Karen Bearss, Ph.D.

    Seattle Children’s Hospital
    University of Washington

    Our Lead Scientific Advisor

    Dr. Bearss is the lead author for the RUBI program, a clinical child psychologist and serves as an Assistant Professor at Seattle Children’s Hospital.

    Her research focuses on the development and evaluation of effective parent training programs for disruptive behavior with a specific focus on Autism. Dr. Bearss graduated with her doctorate from the University of Florida and completed her post-doctoral training at Yale’s Child Study Center.

    Dr. Bearss serves as Attend|Behavior’s lead scientific advisor and in that capacity worked with our team throughout development process. Dr. Bearss continues to support Attend|Behavior’s mission of delivering high quality parenting solutions that improve outcomes for child and adolescents impacted by a variety of behavioral problems.

  • Authors of RUBI’s Parent Training for Disruptive Behavior

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    Eric M. Butter, PhD

    The Ohio State University
    Nationwide Children's Hospital

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    Lawrence Scahill, PhD

    Emory University School of Medicine
    Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

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    Noha Minshawi, PhD

    Indiana University
    Department of Psychiatry

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    Naomi Swiezy, PhD

    Indiana University
    Department of Psychiatry

  • Authors of RUBI’s Parent Training for Disruptive Behavior

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    Luc Lecavalier, PhD

    The Ohio State University
    Nisonger Center, UCEDD

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    Michael Aman, PhD

    The Ohio State University
    isonger Center, UCEDD

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    Cynthia Johnson, PhD

    Case Western Reserve University
    Cleveland Clinic Children's

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    Tristram Smith, PhD

    The University of Rochester
    Golisano Children's Hospital


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