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 treatment that is widely used to help individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) improve their social, communication, and behavioral skills. ABA therapy is based on the principles of behaviorism, which is the study of how behavior is learned and how it can be modified through reinforcement and punishment.
ABA therapy is a structured, evidence-based approach that focuses on teaching individuals with ASD new skills and behaviors while reducing problem behaviors.
ABA therapy is highly individualized and tailored to the specific needs of each individual. The therapy is typically provided one-on-one with a trained therapist who uses positive reinforcement to encourage desired behaviors and discourage problem behaviors.
ABA therapy works by breaking down complex skills and behaviors into smaller, more manageable steps. The therapist then teaches each step using a variety of techniques, including modeling, prompting, and shaping. The goal is to help the individual learn new skills and behaviors that will improve their ability to communicate, socialize, and function in everyday life.
ABA therapy also focuses on reducing problem behaviors by identifying the triggers that lead to these behaviors and teaching the individual alternative, more appropriate behaviors.
The therapist uses positive reinforcement to reward desired behaviors and discourage problem behaviors. Over time, the individual learns to replace problem behaviors with more appropriate behaviors, leading to a reduction in problem behaviors and an improvement in overall functioning.