Behavioral Services at IAG

Individual Advocacy Group provides behavioral services to all individuals living in the agency based on the science of Applied Behavior Analysis. IAG employs Board Certified Behavior Analysts who are responsible for creating and maintaining behavior programs tailored to each individual. Behavior Analysts serve as support for staff in the homes and day program environments and conduct agency wide staff trainings. Behavior analysts at IAG also work 1 on 1 with individuals teaching new skills and reducing inappropriate behaviors to encourage all individuals to live a productive life integrated in the community.

We are currently seeking to expand our behavior team and encourage anyone who is a BCBA or BCBA-eligible to apply. Please contact the main office to apply.

Individual-focused, 
community-oriented.

A person's program is developed by and for the individual; it is not defined by his or her disability or place of residence.

Established. Trusted. 
Accredited.

Serving people with disabilities in 21 counties in Illinois since 1995 and in Washington D.C. since 2009.