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Applied Behavioral Analysis Program

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a scientific approach to understanding and modifying an individual’s behavior. Utilizing evidence based methods, our professionals identify maladaptive behavior patterns and work to replace them with desirable ones. 

This modality has been proven to effectively assist children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) navigate challenges associated with:

  • Sensory Processing

  • Language Acquisition

  • Social Skills

  • Personal Care Skills

  • Self-Injurious Behaviors

  • Academic Mastery

Functional Assessment

Prior to starting therapy, a hightly skilled Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will  conduct a functional assessment to identify your child’s strengths, needs, and environmental adjustments. A custom therapy plan is created to reinforce your child’s ongoing growth

Progress & Montoring

Our therapists measure and monitor your child’s development. With each milestone achieved, we identify new goals to build upon each new accomplishment.

Autism Therapy
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School-based ABA Therapy

School-based ABA therapy can be delivered within the classroom or any other area within the school in which the student is experiencing difficulty. These services can be requested by the parent, Special Education Teacher, or the IEP team. Should this be a potential option for your family, a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) would need to do a site visit to conduct a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA). The results from that assessment would then be summarized to develop an individualized Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP). The Behavior Intervention Plan needs to be implemented for a length of time while data is collected to determine if the new interventions are successful. In the meantime, the student obtains individualized supports from their BCBA, Teacher, ABA Therapist, and Paraprofessional – All of which have been trained on the specific plan that has been put in place.

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Center-based ABA Therapy

Our clinical facilities offer options for full day programs, part day programs, and even before and after school options depending on your child’s needs and clinical recommendation. While a child may have some structure in a home environment, the staff at our centers can create and enforce a structured routine while fully utilizing the clinical environment. They can control the environment, control distractions, and create mock situations to teach skills—like paying attention, taking turns, and following instructions. They can enforce the skills while familiarizing the child with the environment and routine of specific tasks. Environments can also be manufactured in center-based intervention to expose children to specific situations and teach critical skills. For example, if a child is preparing to attend school, staff can create an environment that mimics the classroom and help the child learn the basic skills, like following directions and participating in a group environment.

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Home- based ABA Therapy

One of the main benefits to home-based intervention is that it allows children to learn new skills in their natural environment. Children often feel more comfortable and secure at home; Since that is where they spend most of their time at a young age. Our process doesn’t just help the child. It helps improve the life for the entire family. Home based services engage family members to better understand the best practices of ABA therapy.

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