Behavior & Mental Health Consultation of Oregon
Behavior and Mental Health Consultation of Oregon’s mission is to provide researched-based services addressing the physical, emotional, social, and spiritual elements to strengthen individuals with Intellectual and/or Developmental Disabilities. Our objective is to strategically develop person-centered reinforcements that promote inclusion, harmony, autonomy, and growth.
Supported Living Services
Attendant services and supports to assist an individual in accomplishing activities of daily living, instrumental activities of daily living and health related tasks through hands-on assistance, supervision, or cueing.
Training will be designed to increase the individual’s skills in completing a specific ADL/IADL.
ADLs: Dressing, eating, toileting, bathing, grooming, and mobility
IADLs: Telephone use, shopping, preparing meals, housekeeping, transportation, medication management(s), and managing finances.
We offer a variety of employment services including job coaching, discovery services, and employment path services.
Our employment opportunities are available in the Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson Counties.
Once hired our Job Coaches work alongside the individual to aid them in achieving independence in the workplace and to ensure the employers needs are fulfilled.
Job Development activities: Contacting employers, assisting the job seeker to complete employment applications, negotiating job tasks with an employer and/or accompanying the person to interviews.
Employment Path Services
Training general or non-job-task-specific skills that can be used in competitive integrated employment in the general workforce.
Services to improve an individual’s employability in the general workforce through learning and work experiences.
Producing services or goods may be incidental to this service, but the primary purpose must be support to develop general skills that can be transferred to competitive integrated employment.
Examples: Taking tours of local businesses, using services provided by the local Oregon Employment Department, job shadowing, informational interviews, internships and other time limited work experiences (paid or unpaid) in the community.
Community Living Supports
Community Living Support
Recreational activities are structured around each person’s interests revealed in the initial stages of the person-centered planning process.
Activities may include:
Interpersonal skills with peers, family, and the public.
Eating out at restaurants
The goal is strengthen relationship independently and choses to actively work on those skills and to find places where an individual’s interest, culture, talent, and gifts can be contributed and shared with others.
Professional Behavior Services
Professional Behavior Services may only include:
A Temporary Emergency Safety Plan (TESP)
A Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA)
A Positive Behavior Support Plan (PBSP)
Maintenance of the PBSP
Training services for the family of an individual to increase capabilities of the family to care for, support and maintain the individual in the home.
Training may include:
Information, education and training about the individual’s disability, medical, and behavioral conditions.
Training to safely manage challenging behavior.
Interested in working As a Direct Support Professional?
The purpose of this role is to provide exceptional day to day support that respects an individual’s preferences and choices, promoting independence and opportunity.
Would you like Behavior & Mental Health Consultation of Oregon to provide services for your loved one(s)?
Please contact your local Office of Developmental Disabilities Services and ask your Services Coordinator to submit a referral to email@example.com