A roadmap to success

Treatment Planning

Children with neurological orders need the support of those who know how to handle them with care and compassion. Their caregivers need clear plans for moving toward success.

Let us help you create a plan customized to help your child reach their highest potential.


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Clear and Compassionate Plans for Success

Our Treatment Plans are behavioral health plans for children and their families appropriate for use in home, school, community and church settings.  These are clinically driven, biblically sound road maps for success.

What exactly is a treatment plan?

A treatment plan is a behavioral plan that defines specific behaviors, describes triggers and motivations and provides detailed responses for modifying said behavior.

These plans are created in conjunction with medical providers, families, caregivers, school staff and other influential parties in a child’s life. They are tailored to and can be implemented in home, school, community and church settings.

Detail and data driven, these plans are created by a licensed behavior specialist and are the culmination of meticulous observation, research and study of a child.

Dayona of Dei’s Care is licensed by the State of Pennsylvania as a clinician and Behavioral Specialist.

What does a treatment plan include?

Our treatment plan services are delivered based on an individualized assessment. This assesment is strengths-based, and reflective of identified needs in various life domains.

Each treatment consists of a written document that outlines the proposed goals, plan, and methods of therapy.

Each plan includes both clinical opinion and assessment as well as a biblical one.

I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you with my eye upon you.
Psalm 32:8

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