What is Applied Behavior Analysis?

ABA in a nutshell...

What do therapeutic services look like?

ABA in a nutshell...

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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a type of therapy that focuses on improving specific behaviors, such as social skills", communication, reading, and academics as well as adaptive learning skills, such as fine motor dexterity, hygiene, grooming, domestic capabilities, punctuality, and job completion. ABA is effective for children and adults with psychological disorders in a variety of settings, including schools, workplaces, homes, and clinics. It has also been shown that consistent ABA can significantly improve behaviors and skills and decrease the need for special services.(Psychology Today)

How does ABA work?

What do therapeutic services look like?

ABA in a nutshell...

ABA takes a research approach to therapy based on proven theories of learning and behavior. Therapis

ABA takes a research approach to therapy based on proven theories of learning and behavior. Therapists who use ABA understand how human behaviors are learned and how they can be changed over time. The therapeutic team evaluates a client’s behavior and develops treatment plans to help improve the communication and behavior skills necessary for success in their personal and professional lives. ABA therapists can also provide training to parents and teachers. For the greatest results, ABA requires heavy monitoring and continuous evaluation.(Psychology Today)

What do therapeutic services look like?

What do therapeutic services look like?

What do therapeutic services look like?

What do individualized services look like?

The intervention team assesses an individual and evaluates their current levels of functioning to creates an individualized treatment package with specific measurable goals. Our aim is to create a therapeutic program approach that is unique and beneficial to,the child and family. Our programs aim to bridge the gaps between the child’s current functioning and developmental age while increasing skill development and reducing behavioral challenges. Therapy hours and appointments are based on the clinical recommendations of the BCBA Clinical Supervisor.