We provide in-home, community-based or clinic based therapy which targets:

  • Verbal behavior
  • Skill acquisition
  • Academic programs
  • Leisure skills
  • Social skills
  • Potty training

Examples of ABA Program Targeted Skills

ABA Therapy is frequently used to build such skills as:

  • Social Skills
  • Basic Academic Skills
  • Adaptive Learning Skills (feeding, dressing, bathing, etc.)
  • Expressive Language Skills (Labeling objects, people, and emotions)
  • Receptive Language Skills (Following directions)
  • Toilet Training

Assessment Types

  • Functional Behavior Assessments
  • Preference Assessments
  • The Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP)
  • Experimental Functional Behavior Analyses for severe/complex behaviors

Training

Training workshops can be conducted for parents, schools, educational groups, professionals, health organizations,
and social service agencies. Training topics can include:

  • Autism 101 (basics of autism)
  • Social & emotional development
  • Science of educating and treating children with ASD
  • Problem solving challenging behaviors
  • Principles of ABA

Group Parent Education

Parent education is offered to all parents. Topics covered will be based on the needs and age of your child. Each session occurs concurrently with your child’s Social Skills Group.

Social Skills Groups

Social skills groups offer an opportunity for your child to interact with peers of a similar age. They are individualized groups based on the needs of your child’s social development. We offer small group sizes. Each group typically run anywhere from 6 to 12 weeks. Our social skills groups occur at the same time as our parent education classes. (Parent’s must remain on site during all social skills groups)

Consultation

School and organization consultations are designed to support individual progress. The consultations are collaborative between the current multidisciplinary team and the BCBA consultant. The consultations are individualized to specifically address particular questions, educational concerns or include a more comprehensive assessment of individual learning, data-driven decision making, maximizing teaching/therapy strategies, and a team approach to behavioral and educational intervention.