Welcome to Autism Intervention Milwaukee, LLC
Autism Intervention Milwaukee (AIM) has been providing high quality diagnostic and treatment services for young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) since 2002. We serve the greater Milwaukee area; working with children in Milwaukee and Waukesha counties. At AIM, families and professional staff work as a team in addressing the sensitive needs of our patients. Our clinicians routinely collaborate with birth to three program providers, pediatricians and school personnel in establishing effective treatment plans that yield visible results.
The best care in the world doesn’t mean anything if you can’t access it. In the interest of keeping patients and their families informed consumers, our website will provide you with background about our clinical staff, office hours, services, funding options, and location.
AIM Mission Statement
Autism Intervention Milwaukee, LLC seeks to provide high-quality therapeutic services to children with autistic spectrum disorders. Methods of intervention will be consistent with research-supported treatment; with particular focus on principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA). Treatment will be presented in a clinically sound and sensitive manner, with attention to the highest demands of ethical practice. Parents are sought to be included as active members of the treatment team.
Autism Intervention Milwaukee, LLC offers a full array of diagnostic, treatment and supportive services for your child.
- Diagnostic Evaluation/Assessment
- In-home Intensive Behavioral Treatment
- Pre-Intensive Behavioral Treatment
- Standardized Psychological Assessment
- Parent Support Groups& Training
- School Consultation
- Babysitting list for AIM clients
- Counseling for siblings upon request
- General Consultation
AIM provides intensive, in-home therapy for young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Intervention is typically initiated when a child is between the ages of 2 and 4 years old. Treatment is research based, using essential principles of applied behavioral analysis. Therapeutic interventions are modified to meet the needs of each individual child in recognition of unique sets of strengths and deficits. Common goal areas include:
- strengthening of imitation skills as foundational for learning
- building receptive and expressive language
- reducing nonfunctional repetitive behaviors and fostering play skills
- enhancing safety and compliance at home and in the community
- establishing heightened social engagement and peer relationships
- achieving greater independence with self-care skills
- teaching academic readiness skills and early school concepts
Behavioral Therapy Technicians
We are looking for individuals that love working with children and are hoping to gain experience with autism through this rewarding and fulfilling job opportunity.
We provide 40 hours of paid training which includes shadowing our team of experienced professionals and a 2 hour class held in our office. The starting rate of pay for this position is between $9.00 and $10.00 per hour, depending on experience. The training rate is $7.50 per hour and will be increased to the agreed upon starting rate after successful completion of the training program.
We offer flexible hours on a part-time basis. Our schedules change each semester which allows us to work with your availability. Each child's team consists of 3-4 Line Staff where each staff member provides 6-12 hours of therapy per week. Each Line is typically scheduled for 2-3 hours per day and 3-6 days per week, plus a weekly team meeting. Most shifts are scheduled between 8:00 am and 6:00 pm Monday through Saturday.
It is very important that applicants be able to make a minimum 6-9 month commitment, as it is difficult for our families and children to change staff too frequently. If you do not think you can make this commitment, I would encourage you to contact us when your schedule allows.
Other requirements of the position are as follows:
- Must be 18 years of age
- Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
- Must have a valid driver's license
- Must have your own transportation
- Must provide proof of auto insurance
If you are interested in the position and meet the job requirements, please click the “Join our Team” tab at the top of this page, or, send an email to
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Senior Staff - ABA Therapy
We are looking for a dynamic leader who loves working with children to join our team of Seniors here at Autism Intervention Milwaukee, LLC (AIM). We pride ourselves on our collaborative approach to treating children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We provide in-home treatment using proven methods of early intervention with particular focus on principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA).
If you have experience with ABA and are interested in working for a small, well-known organization with a great reputation in the community…AIM is the place for you! We offer a competitive salary with medical, dental, 401k, and PTO benefits. The reason people choose AIM is for our unparalleled training and development from the best clinicians in the area.
AIM Senior Staff are responsible for assessing the client’s current level of functioning and implementing programming using the principles of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) under direct supervision of the Clinic Director and Director of Clinical Programming. Seniors typically run six to seven cases with three to four staff members each.
Job Responsibilities (include but are not limited to)
- Develop and implement the client’s individualized treatment plan and programming based on appropriate assessments and developmental guidelines.
- Lead weekly team meetings for each client and provide weekly written programming updates for the team to review and implement.
- Train and continue to coach staff on appropriate implementation of programming and behavior plans. New staff will overlap Senior and/or other advanced staff for the required 40 hours of training.
- Maintain an average of four to five hours per client per week which includes supervising staff.
- Provide a minimum of two hours of direct supervision for each Line Staff every other week.
- Manage the collection, summarization, and analysis of data and ensure appropriate progress. Delegate maintenance of the data book to advanced staff when available.
- Maintain monthly progress notes, review clinical documentation of staff, and update treatment plans.
- Communicate regularly with parents, guardians, or other caregivers regarding programming, behavior plans, progress, and any other concerns they may have.
- Meet with the Director of Clinical Programming on a monthly basis to review progress and make any necessary adjustments to programming and treatment plans.
- Run progress reviews with parents and Lead Therapist.
- Collaborate with school and other outside service providers. This includes attending IEP meetings and observing school age children every other month or as allowed by the school/school district.
- Work with Director of Administration to ensure that each client is scheduled for the appropriate number of hours. Track or delegate the tracking of hours. Follow up with staff to make sure any missed shifts are covered or made up.
- Conduct performance evaluations of Assistant Seniors, Advanced Lines, and Line Staff. This includes end of training overlap review, continuous feedback during bi-weekly overlaps, three month overlap review, quality control taping, six month evaluations, and annual evaluations.
- Consult with Director of Administration on personnel matters, as necessary.
- Attend and participate in weekly staffing meeting with Directors and other Senior Staff where case progress, case management, personnel, and clinical issues are discussed.
- Participate in workshops, webinars, training, and continuing education opportunities to maintain and develop clinical skills and techniques.
- Lead by example and follow proper policies and procedures as outlined in AIM’s Employee and Parent handbooks. Assist the Directors to ensure that staff and families do the same.
Qualifications and Experience
- Must have an undergraduate degree in one of the behavioral sciences.
- Must be available to work full-time.
- Must have at least 2,000 hours of documented, supervised experience using ABA or an equivalent behavior modification therapy with children diagnosed with ASD.
- Must be available to participate in AIM’s Senior Training Program.
- Must be willing to travel throughout both Milwaukee and Waukesha Counties.
- Important characteristics include: strong work ethic, ability to maintain professional boundaries and confidentiality, natural leader, ability to motivate and coach staff, excellent written and verbal communication, organized, self-motivate, creative, energetic, and empathetic.
Qualified and interested candidates should submit ther resume via email to Jenni Dell'Agnese - Director of Administration at firstname.lastname@example.org. For more questions regarding the position, please call 414.936.6093.