Rocky Mountain Neurobehavioral Health
comprehensive evaluation • compassionate treatment • coordinated care
Understanding school processes and the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) can be difficult to navigate alone; we can partner with you to identify your child’s needs, and secure responsive educational intervention and supports that help them thrive.
Our staff includes licensed school psychologists, behavior specialists, mediators, speech-language pathologists, occupational therapists, and literacy and academic specialists who have decades of collective experience working in hands-on roles within the educational system.
Our educational advocacy services offer support for families in navigating the Multi-tiered Systems of Support (MTSS) process, Section 504 of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), and Procedural Safeguards. Our staff is well-versed in the intricacies of educational processes and procedures and can assist parents in advocating for their child’s needs.
Our consultation services extend to school districts, families, agencies, and law firms, providing programming support, education, and evaluation. We offer
- Educational programming
- Program evaluation
- IDEA and Individualized Education Program (IEP) development
- Targeted staff training
- Specialized autism and emotional disabilities programming and supports
Additionally, we offer parent trainings on various topics related to the IEP and behavioral intervention. Our consultation with law firms includes evaluation inquiries, policy development, and expert support for IEP implementation. We also provide services for adults with disabilities, tailoring our approach to their unique needs and assisting in establishing supportive systems within the community.
Whether you are seeking assistance in improving communication and resolving conflicts within your family, navigating the complexities of co-parenting, strengthening the bond with your child, or addressing and resolving concerns in partnerships, our therapy sessions are tailored to meet your unique needs.
An Independent Educational Evaluation (IEE) is an evaluation that is conducted by a qualified professional (or professionals) who is not employed by the school district that your child attends. IEEs are typically requested by parents or guardians who disagree with the results of their child’s school
Our staff are all licensed by the Colorado Department of Education and have extensive experience evaluating and providing services within the educational setting. If you are interested in an IEE, please contact us to discuss the process related to your child’s individual needs.
Our team has extensive experience creating and implementing programs in schools in the areas of autism, emotional and behavioral disabilities, and for students who are English Language Learners. We can work with your administrative team to provide staff trainings and support the implementation of new programs or protocols. We would be happy to talk with you about how we can best support the needs of your individual school or district.
Gifted children typically demonstrate the ability to learn new concepts quickly and easily, have excellent problem-solving skills, an extended vocabulary, early use of complex sentences, and other accelerated skills. We offer comprehensive gifted evaluations that include assessment in the areas of academic, language, and cognitive functioning.
Parent Trainings are available on a variety of topics from the IEP to behavioral intervention are available for families, school districts, agencies, support organizations, and others.
Rocky Mountain Neurobehavioral Health provides consultation services to school districts, families, and individuals as well as other agencies and law firms to support programming, education, and evaluation of individuals and systems. Specific services available to school districts and other professionals who want to increase effectiveness of educational and behavioral supports for students include consultation related to:
· Educational programming
· Program evaluation
· IDEA and IEP development
· Targeted staff training
Additionally, training is available to develop effective autism- specific programming as well as programming for students with serious emotional disabilities. This includes use of effective strategies and data systems that lead to a compliant and legally defensible Individual Education Plans (IEP).
This support will be tailored to the specific needs of staff and can be provided in-person or virtually.
Consultation with law firms is offered to support questions regarding evaluations of students or individuals, school-based special education departments in the development of local policies and procedures, consultation with experts in the area of evaluation, autism, behavior and program implementation, Independent Education Evaluations (IEE) for in-district or out-of-district placements, and the development of effective Individual Education Plans.
Rocky Mountain Neurobehavioral Health provides a variety of advocacy services from early childhood years through adulthood. Our approach to advocacy includes understanding the needs and concerns of individuals or groups and engaging in collaborative conversations to assure positive results. Navigating the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) for children and adolescents receiving special education services at school can be challenging.
We are here to support with understanding Procedural Safeguards and the rights as a parent advocating for your child’s needs. We work hard to support a collaborative process between parents and the school, keeping our focus on how best to support the individual needs of your child.
Services for adults with disabilities, whether a young adult or those with more significant needs related to aging can present challenges for individuals and families. Our approach is to create a mutual understanding of what is best for the individual and help put systems in place to support the individual’s unique needs.
We provide assessment services specifically designed to document disabilities. These assessments can help individuals and their families gain a better understanding of their disabilities and obtain the necessary documentation for support services and accommodations. By conducting thorough assessments, we aim to provide accurate and comprehensive information that facilitates the development of appropriate strategies and interventions