Individualized ABA Program Development
Once an assessment has been completed our BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) works with your family to create an individualized plan for your student, based on the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) and current research on learning and development. The plan involves identifying focus areas and specific strategies to support your child in reaching their full potential in school, home and the community. These plans are regularly updated as goals are met and children's needs change.
Functional Behavior Assessments
Services begin with a parent interview and an assessment to determine your child's individual strengths and needs. Information from other providers and testing may also be included in this step. We work with our families to create a low-stress environment to help provide the most accurate information about your child's skills.
Providing training to parents and other caregivers is an integral part of a client’s ABA program. Parent training is an ongoing part of the intervention process and we prefer a high level of parent participation in the development of plans and implementation of intervention strategies. Every family will have time for individual parent training. We also offer period group training opportunities.
Social skill development is a component of all of our intervention plans. Every age group will have scheduled opportunities to practice social skills with peers. Age group specific social skills groups are available after school for elementary, middle and high school students to work on both interpersonal skills and generalizing those skills during community outings. Please contact us for more information on days and times.