When milestones are not being met at the same rate as peers or challenging behaviors are interfering with a child’s successful participation, A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) identifies the environmental variables and makes changes to affect behavior in a positive and systematic way. A BCBA follows the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to evaluate and develop a highly effective treatment plan that targets each child’s unique needs. You can expect that the Behavior Therapy sessions utilize proven, research-based, teaching methods while maintaining an environment that is engaging, collaborative, and really fun!

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Information About Our ABA Program

What is ABA?

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What is ABA?

  • A scientific approach to understanding and changing behavior.
  • Recognized as a research-based, best practice treatment.
  • Endorsed by many state and federal agencies including the Surgeon general, American pediatrics association, and American psychological association.
  • Flexible and effective – targets your child’s behaviors and teaches skills where they naturally occur

Who benefits from ABA?

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Who benefits from ABA?

  • Any child who has challenging behaviors that are interfering with success
  • ABA is not just for children with Autism or developmental disabilities

Holistic Approach

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Holistic Approach

  • Caregiver Interviews
  • Skill Assessments
  • Behavior Assessments
  • Team Collaboration; OT/PT/ST/ABA
  • Parent Training

Focused Program

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Focused Program

  • Up to 20 hours
  • Short-term
  • Targets specific behavior challenges or skill deficits
  • Clinic/home/Telehealth

Comprehensive Program

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Comprehensive Program

  • Early intensive behavior intervention
  • 20-40 hours
  • Treatment targets multiple affected developmental domains including challenging behaviors
  • Goal is to close the gap between the clients current functioning level and typically developing peers
  • Clinic/Home

Targeted Domains

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Targeted Domains

  • Speech/Communication
  • Social Skills
  • Self-care/Independent Living Skills
  • Repetitive behavior or restricted interests
  • Feeding issues
  • Challenging behavior that interfere with daily life
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