Behavioral Consulting of Tampa Bay (BCOTB), a Tampa Bay Community Organization was recently ranked 81 of the 100 Fastest Growing Companies in the state of Florida by the South Florida Business Journal. Each year, the Business Journals rank Florida’s fastest growing private companies to come up with the prestigious Fast 100 List. Published each year, the list ranks the area’s top fasting growing, privately owned companies.
“The continued growth of our organization reinforces the recognition of BCOTB as the premiere ABA Therapy company within Tampa Bay”….Marilyn Prcic, Sr. Director of Clinical Operations
BCOTB is dedicated to improving the lives of children with autism and related disorders by providing high-quality ABA services within a collaborative environment. The needs of each child are individually assessed and targeted producing measurable and meaningful change in language and functional/independent skills.
Kelley Prince founded BCOTB in 2003 and the company now employs over 65 people. The companies sustained growth is directly linked to the results oriented programs focused on a dedicated effort for excellent services.
About Behavioral Consulting of Tampa Bay
Behavioral Consulting of Tampa Bay implements Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) with an emphasis on verbal behavior for children with autism and related disorders. Our skill acquisition programs are customized for each child’s learning needs and focus on teaching language and communication, self-help skills, compliance behavior and appropriate peer and social skills. BCOTB provides discreet trial teaching in addition to natural environment teaching, while using errorless learning techniques. To maintain the highest level of service, our Board Certified Behavior Analysts provide intensive training and daily supervision to our Behavior Therapists. BCOTB was named ‘Most Valuable Resource’ by international advocacy foundation Autism Speak and received the Autism Impact Award on behalf of the International Center for Autism Research and Education for its contributions to the autism community.