951-381-0750           

Offices in Temecula and
​  Rancho Cucamongo, CA

                     We Are Hiring!
​Guiding Behavior Outcomes just hired it's 25th employee.
We are growing by leaps and bounds because word is getting out that GBO provides ABA services that make a difference in the lives of families. We also pay premium wages for our employees so that we attract the very best talent in the Inland Empire and San Diego County. If you or someone you know is a behaviorist or a BCBA looking for an opportunity in the Inland Empire email a resume to: office@guidingbehavioroutcomes.com

Credentialed and Contracted with:  
Inland Empire Health Plan (IEHP) Aetna, Cigna, Molina, Health Net, MHN, TRICARE, United, Optum, Magellan, Blue Shield of California, Multiplan, Beacon, ValueOptions, MHNet, Coventry, Oscar Health and the Inland Regional Center

* Social Communication Disorder
* Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
* Other developmental disabilities

* Autism Spectrum Disorder                               
* Emotional Disturbances                          

* Post-Secondary Transitional Coaching

Services we provide:
·  Early Intervention ABA therapy
·  In home ABA therapy
·  School age students receiving one to one support in the school setting
·  Development of Behavior Intervention Plans
·  Consult for Autism programs and School districts
·  Staff development and training for preschools, parents, elementary, high schools, special day classes and autism specific programs
·  Functional Behavior Analysis and Functional Analysis Assessments
·  Consultation about medical insurance coverage for behavioral support services


The Department of Developmental Services website is located at: www.dds.ca.gov/complaints and their phone# is (916)654-1987

Empowering parents and IEP teams with specialized behavior plans for the development of these groups:


       

Our Mission:
​At Guiding Behavior Outcomes, we understand that undesirable behaviors often occur due to skill deficits. Our mission is to empower clients, parents, caregivers, and other team members with behavioral strategies that are taught as part of an individualized comprehensive plan. Parents play an integral part in teaching and reinforcing critical social, behavioral, academic, and emotional skills. Our aim is to increase the quality of living of those affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD and other disabilities. We are devoted to assisting children in making educational, social and behavioral gains within the home, school and community setting.