Our Behavior Services
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a therapy based on the principles of behavior analysis. ABA uses scientifically-based techniques to help teach communication, play, social, academic, self-care, work and community living skills. ABA is not a "one size fits all" approach. Programs are customized for each individual and can change as the needs and functioning of the learner change.
Our Behavior Services focus on a person-centered approach that align clinical needs with personal and family priorities. Skill deficits are determined through direct and indirect assessment measures. Treatment plan goals are developed based on the results of assessments, and programming is created to promote caregiver implementation outside of ABA sessions. Parent training is also a foundational component of our services to support the family dynamic and the individual acquires new skills. Programming can be embedded within roleplay and in-vivo situations to encourage natural interaction and to further understand how an individual's behavior works, how their behavior is affected by the environment and how that behavior responds in real situations. The goal of ABA is to increase positive behaviors while decreasing detrimental ones.