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  • Behavior Analysts assess child’s current level and abilities and work with parents to develop goals.

  • An individual program is created based on your child’s strengths and skill deficits.

  • Programs are comprehensive, including academics (colors, letters, reading, etc.), daily living skills, social skills (sharing, turn-taking, joining play, etc.), developmental skills (pretend play, how to play with toys), and a constant, strong emphasis on communication skills.

  • Interventionists work directly with the client to teach new skills so that problematic habits can be replaced by productive behaviors.

  • Our Interventionists arrive fully equipped with everything they need to conduct a therapy session and log data. Parents provide a space to work in.

  • Sessions are approximately 2-5 hours in length, depending on location and program goals.

  • Sessions can be scheduled anywhere from once a week, to every day, depending on the child’s needs and the fit for the family.

  • Intensive Summer Programs are also available.

  • While there are many skills that children with autism need to be taught, teaching skills is not enough for a child to be successful. Our services not only include comprehensive programming for the child, but also support and training for the parents and the inclusion of other family members. 

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ABA therapy includes:

  • Assessment for determining skill level and program goals

  • Individualized program with detailed progress data tracking

  • Clinic-based or in-home sessions provided by highly trained interventionists using our specialized materials

  • Family consultation to analyze problem behaviors, develop behavior interventions, and teach parenting skills

Kids Blowing Bubbles

Who can benefit from ABA therapy:

  • Young children who have received a diagnosis of Autism

  • Children who have received a diagnosis of another disability

  • A child who is struggling with potty training

  • Children who need 1:1 support with learning new skills

  • A child struggling in school or with homework

  • An older child who has difficulty with friends​

  • Parents who want more skills or feel out of control

  • Families in crisis

Family Shopping

What family involvement looks like:

  • Our whole-family program includes siblings, parents, peers, extended family, and others involved in the child’s life.

  • Interventionists can teach the skill first during a one-on-one session, then allow the child to practice the new skill with siblings, parents, and neighborhood friends.

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