After the evaluation, an individualized treatment plan is developed to address your child’s areas of skill deficits and challenging behaviors. A treatment team is carefully selected to accommodate the needs of your child and your family. A treatment team usually consists of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), and experienced ABA therapists. During one-to-one ABA therapy, a behavior therapist will work with your child to teach a variety of skills that your child needs to learn such as language skills, beginning learner skills, social and play skills, self-care skills, and academic skills. The behavior therapist will also work on reducing any problem behaviors your child exhibits such as tantrums and aggression. Parent training will be conducted during the sessions.

ABA Consultation at Clinic, Home and School

The behavior analyst will consult with the parents regarding any concerns. The behavior analyst can design a home program for you to implement. During school consultation, the behavior analyst will consult with the teacher regarding your child’s behaviors, social interaction with other children and inclusion issues.

All ABA treatment programs are supervised by highly qualified Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA). Your child’s progress is carefully monitored and reviewed to assess treatment effectiveness.