We verify your eligibility with your insurance provider and walk you through the paperwork.
After observing your child and assessing their behavior, a friendly BCBA will develop a customized plan for your child’s development.
Your child practices positive behaviors through fun home therapy sessions and learns to apply them in other real-life situations.
ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) therapy is a type of therapy that is commonly used to help children with autism.
This therapy is based on the principles of behaviorism and focuses on teaching children new skills and behaviors while decreasing problematic behaviors. ABA therapy is highly individualized and can be tailored to meet the unique needs of each child.
One of the main benefits of ABA therapy is that it can help children with autism learn new skills and behaviors.
For example, ABA therapy can be used to teach children how to communicate effectively, how to follow directions, and how to engage in social interactions. Through the use of positive reinforcement, ABA therapists can reinforce desired behaviors and help children learn new skills.
Another benefit of ABA therapy is that it can help reduce problematic behaviors. Children with autism may engage in behaviors that are harmful to themselves or others, such as self-injurious behaviors or aggression.
ABA therapy can be used to teach children more appropriate ways to communicate their needs and wants, which can help reduce these problematic behaviors.
ABA therapy is also highly customizable. ABA therapists work closely with parents and caregivers to develop individualized treatment plans that are tailored to the unique needs of each child.
This means that ABA therapy can be adapted to meet the changing needs of children with autism as they grow and develop.