Due to the Coronavirus we are taking precaution to promote the safety of our clients, staff, and community. In lieu of in-person sessions, we will be offering video sessions via telehealth.
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What is Applied Behavior Analysis?
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a type of therapy with a focus on increasing positive behaviors and skills and reducing inappropriate or problematic behaviors. ABA can be used to treat:
- behavior problems
- social difficulties
- communication deficits
- learning or academic difficulties
- attention problems
- memory difficulties
ABA can be provided in your home or in our clinic. (Note: we have suspended in home services during the COVID-19 pandemic.)
While ABA is considered one of the leading treatments for autism, it can be provided to a wide range of diagnoses and ages.
An Autism diagnosis is often required for insurance reimbursement.
Click for more information on Autism Spectrum Disorder Testing.
- Property Destruction
- Language/Functional Communication Training
- Toilet Training
- Activities of Daily Living
- Self-Care Tasks
- Social Skills
- Starting as young as 1 1/2 years old