BCI is committed to providing high quality Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services and support to students, their families and school staff. Though a wide scope of autism services, our aim is to maximize student potential, increase independence and enhance each individual’s quality of life within their home, school and community
What we do
Behavioral Concepts, Inc (BCI) provides educational and behavioral assessments, consultative, and direct services based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Our staff of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and clinical coordinators develop programming that is individualized for the unique needs of our clients.
BCI Corporate Office
5 Cedar Ridge Lane
Mansfield, MA 02048
Phone/Fax: (508) 337-6811 / (508) 339-6310
BCI Worcester Office
170 Goddard Memorial Drive
Worcester, MA 01603
Phone/Fax: (508) 363-0200 / (508) 363-1213
Getting your child from point a to point b
Is your child struggling with autism? If the answer to that question is yes, then you’re in the right place. With over a decade of experience in providing ABA Services, we can promote meaningful inclusion and increased independence for your child within school, home and the community
BCI provides a variety of services that cater to your child’s needs, and we or you as parents can decide what’s appropriate for your child, If you’re interested in seeing what services we provide, click the read more button. Or call us at 508-363-0200
Behavioral Concepts, Inc. was formed in July, 2002 by Dr. Jeffrey R. Robinson as an outgrowth of his professional work from the previous twenty-five years. The staff of Behavioral Concepts, Inc. adheres to the principles and procedures of Applied Behavior Analysis. We collaborate with public school districts and parents to provide students with best practice teaching and behavior management. We are guided by the principle that each child has a unique learning style and it is our task to identify and facilitate effective instruction. Under the auspices of Vinfen Corporation and the Institute of Professional Practice, Dr. Robinson had developed an extensive array of day, residential, home, and school services for children and adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. Since the inception of BCI, Dr. Robinson and his staff have provided direct and consultative services to approximately twenty-five public school districts located in eastern and central Massachusetts.