Ororah Bell, MS, BCBA
Ororah was born and raised in California, she moved to Florida living on The Emerald Coast for 4 years. Now currently residing in Colorful Colorado!
Ororah supports families and children with their behavioral health needs as a BCBA working in homes, the community, schools, and telehealth with children with developmental differences, utilizing Applied Behavior Analytic principles, strategies and techniques. Ororah has been supporting children and families consulting and collaborating with teachers, paraprofessionals and service providers in the world of special education for over 20+ years. She has her BA in Psychology and MS in Counseling from CSULA with specialties in Applied Behavior Analysis and educating children on the Autism Spectrum.
Ororah has always advocated for families and personally for her daughter who is twice-exceptional. She is passionate about being able to partner with parents and caregivers in a meaningful way.
How Can I Be of Help?
Applied Behavior Analysis
ABA is the practice of applying the psychological principles of learning theory in a systematic way. This research based methodology is used to work with children on the autism spectrum and with other developmental differences with a focus on teaching skills in specific areas such as social, play, communication, emotions, academics and learning, executive functioning, hygiene and more. All tailored to your childs individual needs to help promote independence and to maximize their full potential. Methods include - NET (Natural Environment
Training) and PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions
Executive Function Coaching
Set your child up for success in school and life. Support with the development of executive function skills such as response inhibition, emotional control, self-reflection, task initiation, mental flexibility, sustained attention, planning, time management, organization, working memory, prioritization, and goal-setting.
The overall purpose of caregiver support is to give families and caregivers the tools and strategies they will need to carry out the principles of ABA across all of the settings that a child encounters day to day. Practical everyday guidance for today's parent.
Assessment & Evaluation
Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA), Skills Evaluation, Goal Setting, Data Collection, Progress Monitoring, administration of the VB-MAPP and Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales.
Special Education Advocacy
Partnering with, advising and supporting parents of children with learning differences as they navigate the K-12 educational system to get the supports your child needs to be a successful learner. 504 Plan, IEP, ALP, School Evaluation, Triennial, Manifestation Meeting and IEE consultation.