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  • Assessment to determine skill levels and program goals


  • Development of an individualized program with detailed progress data tracking


  • In-home / in-the-community or center-based sessions are provided by highly trained


          therapists using our specialized materials.

  • Application and generalization of skills


  • Parent/family consultation to analyze problem behaviors and develop behavior interventions  

Who can benefit from ABA therapy?
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Communication difficulties

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•Social awkwardness


•Poor eye contact


•Repetitive behaviors


•Sensory sensitivity


•Meltdowns


•Impulse control issues


•Anger issues


•Attentional Issues

DOES YOUR CHILD EXHIBIT ANY OF

THESE BEHAVIORS?

ABA Group Practice Plus


WHO CWHO CAN BENEFIT FROM

ABA THERAPYAN BENEFIT FROM ABA THERAPY

ABA is Applied Behavior Analysis. It is endorsed by the American Medical Association, American Academy of Pediatrics, and the U.S. Surgeon General as a treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Applied means that interventions are geared toward achieving social goals and helping people become more successful in natural settings such as home, school, and community.

Behavioral means that ABA focuses on what people say or do, rather than focus on interpretations or assumptions about behavior.

Analysis means that we identify and analyze relationships between behavior and aspects of the environment.

What it involves:

What is ABA?



WHO CAN BENEFIT FROM ABA THERAPY?


Does your child exhibit any of these behaviors?


ABA Therapy Involves:


  • Assessment to determine skill levels and program goals


  • Development of an individualized program with detailed progress data tracking


  • In-home / in-the-community or center-based sessions are provided by highly trained


          therapists using our specialized materials.

  • Application and generalization of skills


  • Parent/family consultation to analyze problem behaviors and develop behavior interventions