In-home ABA Therapy
In-home ABA Therapy is provided within the child's natural environments by a team of professionals* trained in the science and application of behavior analysis. By providing the therapy in the child's home and community, skills learned throughout the therapy process are most likely to occur naturally within vital environments. Additionally, family and other natural supports are able to observe and partake in the treatment process, allowing for maximized learning for both the child and their caregivers.
Center-based ABA Therapy
When services cannot be provided in the home or are more appropriately provided within a clinical environment, center-based services can be offered. Much like in-home services, center-based services focus of teaching the child pivotal skills necessary for success. Therapy is provided on a 1:1 basis by a trained RBT. Additionally, multiple service providers from differing professions can interact and treat a child in a single environment in one day, allowing for a wrap-around approach that can maximize the effectiveness of service provision.
Social Skills Groups
One of the most high need areas of treatment for many children with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities is social skills. Social skills are the behaviors acquired by an individual that allow them to interact and positively engage others in their natural environments. Social Skills Groups allow for focused treatment by several professionals to be provided to several children at a time. Using fun activities and natural learning opportunities, children learn the skills essential for success.
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* All ABA Therapy is provided by a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT®) who is supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA®). These designations are earned following the completion of educational and experiential requirements as determined by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB®). For more information, please go to www.bacb.com.