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ABA Therapy

Applied behavior analysis is a scientific approach utilizing behavioral procedures to decrease skill deficits in multiple areas including language, social, and adaptive skills. A treatment plan is created to address skill deficits and behavior excesses. This plan is then implemented by a behavior technician with support from the supervisor level. 



Natural Environment Training

This type of teaching style relies on teaching skills as they naturally occur in an environment. This strategy can be very effective for building  and establishing play, social, or cognitive skills.



Behavior Intervention Plan

The BIP is a specific plan outlining what to do before, during, or after a challenging behavior occurs. BIPs are a crucial component in decreasing challenging behaviors.


Caregiver Training 

Caregivers may include parents, siblings, teachers, other therapists, or anyone that may be interacting with the child. Clients spend more time with caregivers than therapists, so it is important that the caregiver is utilizing ABA techniques with every opportunity. Caregiver training cannot only assist with current behaviors, but also provide caregivers with skills to address any additional behaviors or concerns that may occur in the future.

Intensive Therapy

Intensive therapy is 26-40 hours/ week. Clinical studies have shown ABA to be most successful when intensely applied for more than 20 hours a week and prior to the age of 4.

Focus Therapy

Focus therapy is 25 hrs/ week or less. This program is more short-term and time-limited than comprehensive interventions.

The supervisor identifies the program needs, the caregiver is crucial for a successful intervention, and together we collaborate as a dream team to ensure progress by the client.

Frequently Asked Questions

We use the following procedures along with individualized planning utilizing caregiver and client strengths to create effective and personalized treatment programs.

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