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.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a developmental disability which affects the way people communicate and interact with people and the world around them.
There are many benefits of ABA therapy, including improved communication skills, social skills, independent living, reduced maladaptive behaviors, and better life satisfaction for children and their families.
ABA, or Applied Behavior Analysis, helps us understand the triggers of different behaviors. Our BCBAs (Board Certified Behavior Analysts) observe and analyze your child’s current habits and work with them to minimize negative actions and reinforce positive ones.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is a type of therapy that focuses on improving social, communication, and behavioral skills in individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). ABA therapy is a highly effective treatment for ASD, and it has been shown to have long-term benefits for individuals who receive it.
ABA therapy is a type of therapy that uses positive reinforcement to teach new skills and behaviors. It is based on the principles of behaviorism, which suggest that behavior is learned through interactions with the environment. ABA therapy is highly individualized, and it is tailored to the specific needs of each individual.
ABA therapy has been shown to have long-term benefits for individuals with ASD. Some of the most significant long-term benefits of ABA therapy include:
One of the primary goals of ABA therapy is to improve social skills. ABA therapy helps individuals with ASD learn how to interact with others, make friends, and develop meaningful relationships. These skills are essential for success in school, work, and life.
ABA therapy also focuses on improving communication skills. Individuals with ASD often struggle with communication, and ABA therapy can help them learn how to express themselves effectively. This can lead to improved relationships with family members, friends, and coworkers.
ABA therapy can also help individuals with ASD learn how to manage their behavior. This can include reducing problem behaviors like aggression, self-injury, and tantrums. ABA therapy can also help individuals with ASD learn how to cope with stressful situations and manage their emotions.
ABA therapy can also help individuals with ASD improve their academic performance. ABA therapy can help individuals learn how to focus, follow directions, and complete tasks. This can lead to improved grades and academic success.
ABA therapy is a highly effective treatment for individuals with ASD. It has been shown to have long-term benefits for individuals who receive it, including improved social skills, communication skills, behavior, and academic performance. If you or someone you know has ASD, ABA therapy may be an excellent option to consider.