Individualized Supported Living(ISL):

  • provides individualized supports to people with developmental disabilities who live in homes of their choice. They may live alone or with roommate(s). Supports provided may vary from 24 hour support to occasional drop in support. This service enables people to be fully integrated into their community, as well as enhance their independent living skills.

Parent Training:

  • provided to parents, guardians, and family members in order to provide a better understanding of autism spectrum disorders. The Judevine training model is rooted in the scientific principles of applied behavior analysis within a social exchange context. This training focuses on techniques and strategies that have been proven successful in supporting people

In Home Behavioral Support:

  • provides support through a variety of services. This can be done through working directly with the individual; providing training and instruction in the areas of behavioral challenges, activities of daily living, social interaction, communication, community living skills, skills which build upon and enhance independence and other functional skills in the home and community environments.

Assessment and Evaluation:

  • various types of assessments/evaluations available. This process would glean information regarding skills and challenges. Specific skill areas such as developmental, behavioral, social, and functional living are available for further assessment. Through the assessment process, information would be summarized and recommendations would be provided.

Behavior Therapy:

  • provided by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA). Through behavior therapy, an individual would work directly with the therapist in developing positive behavior strategies when dealing with challenging issues and/or situations.


  • provides support both in the natural home environment and the community. The service is provided in order to give a “respite” to the family or caregiver while addressing specific goals designed by the family and the Judevine team.

Social Skills groups:

  • provides direct instruction in a group setting to children and/or adults. Areas specifically addressed would be individualized but may include building and enhancing social skills, communication, and positive behavior strategies.

Consultation and Training:

  • offered to families, school, or other agencies. Consultation and training can either be individual specific or general in order to receive a better understanding of autism spectrum disorders and the techniques and strategies that have been proven successful in supporting people on the spectrum.

Community Employment:

•Job Discovery:
provided either on site or in the community. Through job discovery, opportunities for exploration of job skills, interests and strengths will be provided. This will be accomplished through volunteer work, job exploration, job shadowing, informational interviewing, labor market research, exploration of job/work tasks, and preparation of an employment plan
•Job Preparation.
provides training and work experiences intended to teach an individual skills necessary to succeed in paid community employment. Skills addressed would include task focus, task completion, productivity, work quality, social concepts within the workplace, attendance, punctuality, problem solving, and work safety.

•Job Coaching:
provides on the job coaching and instruction in order to promote success within community employment. Additionally would be able to provide support and informal training to the employer and natural supports within the job site.

Day program:

•On Site:
provides instruction in the areas of development of positive behavior strategies, communication, socialization, employment preparation, and functional living skills.
•Off Site:
provides instruction in the community setting in the areas of community living skills, communication, socialization, employment preparation, leisure and recreation skills.