We provide intensive 1:1 ABA both in the home and in the community setting. ABA programs are overseen by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst and implemented by a behavior therapist or Registered Behavior Technician (RBT).
Community based ABA can happen anywhere from playgrounds to grocery stores! Anywhere that your family needs support in teaching and reinforcing the skills necessary for success in each individual environment.
Our behavior analysts develop treatment plans based on the individual needs of your child and family.
How are treatment plans developed?
The behavior analyst will gather information from your family and from any records or assessments that you may have. He/she will then do their own independent assessment. They will then develop an individualized treatment plan for your child. The individualized treatment plan is then enhanced and supplemented with parent/caregiver/sibling teaching and supervision of the behavior therapist performed by the behavior analyst.
What is supervision?
The behavior analyst provides what is called “supervision” to the behavior therapist. Weekly supervision is provided in order to ensure that the treatment plan is being implemented properly, is effective, and in order to get critical feedback from the behavior therapist.
What about parent training?
The behavior analyst will provide education and support to parents, caregivers, and siblings of the child. This training and support is essential for the overall success of the child. ABA is far more effective when everyone is on “the same page” and doing the same thing. ABA can’t only happen when the behavior analyst or behavior therapists are in the home. Our behavior analysts are also well aware that moms and dads know their kids best! We may know ABA a little bit better, but you know your children best.