Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is simply the application of behavioral principles, to everyday situations, that will, over time, increase or decrease targeted behaviors. ABA has been used to help individuals acquire many different skills, such as language skills, self-help skills, and play skills. In addition, these principles can help to decrease maladaptive behaviors such as aggression, self-stimulatory behaviors, and self-injury. There are many providers of ABA services, many of whom are quite good. Frequently, a parent will choose a qualified provider with whom they share similar philosophical approaches in the application of intensive behavioral interventions.
Functional behavioral assessments (FBA) are completed to determine why your child...Learn More
We are available for consultation for ABA teams. At times, families just want a second opinion.Learn More
Intensive behavioral feeding therapy in the setting where the child’s feeding difficulties...Learn More
We offer direct therapy for children without disabilities through age 10. We offer direct therapy for...Learn More
We offer training in a number of different formats including personnel development...Learn More
In some cases, we may make arrangements to travel to you to help you meet the needs of your...Learn More
The first step you should take is to have your child or loved one formally diagnosed. If your child does not have autism but needs our services please contact us so that we may help you determine which of our services is best for you. If your child has autism and you are thinking of starting an ABA program, your next step is to get an assessment of your child's current skill level.