Our Services


What do behavior consultation services look like?

Woollard Ipsen Management’s Behavior Consultants follow the principles of person-centered care and positive behavior supports. After our team has received and accepted a referral, the assigned behavior consultant will coordinate visits with the provider and clients to complete the following:

  • Initial Behavior Assessment
  • Behavior Support Plan Implementation
  • Provider Training, Support and Evaluation
What kinds of challenging behavior can Woollard Ipsen Management help with?

We can help with a wide range of concerns, including behaviors involving physical and verbal aggression, elopement, medication refusal, sexually inappropriate behavior such as unwanted touching or unsafe behavior online, stealing, impulsivity and more. We always keep in mind the severity and risk of the individual’s behavior and will collaborate with providers from other disciplines or recommend referrals as needed.

Throughout the process of providing BSS, we will work with and consult with other professionals collaborating with the client, including the APD Case Manager for Medicaid eligible clients and other multidisciplinary teams to effectively serve the client.

Who is Eligible for Medicaid Behavior Support Services?


  • Medicaid, HCBC Community First Choice State Plan Option
  • Currently living in an Adult Foster Home, Assisted Living Community, Memory Care Community, specialty AFH or living at home with hired in-home care providers.


  • Currently living in a nursing home, in the hospital or a member of the PACE program.
  • Receiving a service payment which duplicates BSS
  • Is in an unstable medical or mental health condition needing immediate attention from medical and/or mental health professionals.

**** Behavior Support Services is NOT a mental health or crisis service ****

Does Woollard Ipsen Management accept private pay referrals?
  • Yes! We are happy to provide Behavior Consulting to both private pay individuals and to provide Behavior Consulting and training to companies who are serving individuals with Behavior Support needs.

For further Behavior Support Services FAQ’s, please visit the State of Oregon Behavior Support Services – FAQ’s website.