Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a type of intensive therapy based on the science of learning and behavior. The goal is to increase behaviors that are helpful and decrease behaviors that are harmful or are barriers to learning.
Behavior analysis helps us to understand:
The methods of behavior analysis have been used and studied for decades. Therapists typically work with children in their home or school environment. Therapists have used ABA to help children with autism and related developmental disorders for 50 + years. Children are typically approved for anywhere from 5-50 hours per week of intense 1-1 therapy. We will file with our in and out of network commercial insurance providers and we take Medicaid.
Evaluation and therapy is conducted in your child's home, private school or our office.
Language, Social Skills,
Conversation, Reading and Writing
Daily Living Skills
Toileting, Dressing, Fine Motor
Skills, Personal Self-Care, Domestic Skills
Aggressive Behavior, Self-Stimulatory Behavior,
We offer both focused and comprehensive ABA for children with ASD based on individual needs.
Comprehensive: 9 am to 3 pm M-F
Focused: 3 pm to 5 pm M-F
Coordination of care is ensured with the provision of ABA, Speech, and OT all under one roof.
If interested, please send the ABA application found under "Forms" on our website to firstname.lastname@example.org and one of our admins will be in touch shortly.
You will need to call our office and provide an ABA intake form, RX from the pediatrician, the initial psychological evaluation diagnosing your child with Autism, and a copy of your drivers license.
Many insurance companies, including Medicaid, cover ABA for up to 40 hours per week of 1-1 treatment.
The entire process from your first phone call to onset of services takes 4-6 weeks. Patients are generally authorized for treatment for 6 month intervals and 5-40 hours per week.
ABA therapy is the gold standard for a clinically-validated and heavily researched approach to helping children with autism.
Clinical research has demonstrated that children who start ABA therapy as early as possible (~2 years old) make the most significant improvements in their areas of deficit. Children who received early intensive ABA therapy progressed to the point of being virtually indistinguishable from their neurotypical peers.