UBT provides 24-7 on-call in person response. Contact: (925-) 364-1114 UBT responds to any of the list of behavioral crisis within a 40-mile radius. The response time is usually within a 30–60-minute response. UBT gathers the individual’s information prior to arriving. Upon arrival, UBT arrives with two highly experienced and qualified crisis response members and works with the individual to calm the situation whileoffering preferred activities the individual likes. This start of intervention is how UBT begins rapport building. When the crisis is defused, UBT will gather pertinent information from i.e. the family members, care providers, or facility the individual resides in or is in transition. UBT will remain at the scene until all intervention is successful. UBT provides materials for both the individual to use as a tool to carry out the emergency plan and then call UBT’s crisis team to return. UBT otherwise returnsthe following day to ensure the plan description works or needs additional support. UBT understands we may not be able to respond quicker than the police, but UBT can meet the individual at an EPS facility (if taken there by police) and be a part of their discharge. Thus, allowing the return home a peaceful transition.
This service provides opportunities for a disabled individual live on their own with support staff for up to 24-7 per day. This service provides protective supervision but is not excluded from the intermediate community. It is an integrated program. UBT provides SLS support to individuals who are not able to function appropriately in the family home, or group home facility. UBT assists with emergency placement within its agency that provides 24-hour staffing.Add a short description.
This service provides support to a student that is in the school setting and is having difficulty functioning appropriately in the classroom. UBT works in tandem with the district’s educational members that are involved in the IEP and the student’s family. If the student is exhibiting disruptive behaviors in the classroom, UBT will suggest assisting the individual in the family home or group home facility. A plan for behavioral strategies and developing a positive intervention plan for the individual to adapt to is done through an assessment process. UBT’s goal is to transition the individual back into the classroom setting to meet the curriculum developed by the district and the IEP.
This program operates primarily in the community and is often 1:1 staffing Monday through Friday at six our day sessions. UBT offers a variety of community activities that tailors around the individual’s needs and interests. Community activities are tailored around the individual’s Individual Program Plan (IPP) that is generally supported by their Regional Center. UBT contracts its services according to vendorization through the Regional Center. UBT otherwise provides the service on a private basis contracted directly with the family. With community integration training and support to an individual, UBT supports Assembly Bill 41 (AB-41) that enables individuals in all types of vendor programs, schools, day programs, or residential facilities to be assessed for pre-occupation or assess employment adaptation.
UBT Expanded Support and Special Interest:
UBT supports individuals with their special interests and helps with meeting the individual’s highest potential. The following is a list of Special Interests UBT’s individuals have thrived:
assistance with signing the individual up with their own website to sell their work.
Landscaping and gardening- assistance with growing crops of vegetables and signing them up for a booth at a farmer’s market.
Recycle collection- a developing small business for individuals who want to work and be in control of their finances and be their own boss. UBT assists individuals in forming board of directors to be trained, in accounting, financing, development and expansion of recycled items.