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ASD diagnosis by MD or PhD required for insurance-covered ABA therapy.


Contact us to start ABA services. We’ll handle insurance authorization swiftly, minimizing wait time for care initiation.

Initial Assessment

Our clinical team evaluates your child’s strengths and challenges, crafting a personalized treatment plan.

Working with your child

Our experienced team of BCBA professionals and dedicated BTs deliver services tailored to your family’s convenience. We employ specific ABA techniques to meet your child’s unique needs.

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Coordinate Care

For skill generalization in school and therapeutic settings, we coordinate and collaborate with your child’s team for comprehensive care.

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We closely monitor your child’s progress through data analysis and direct supervision, offering ongoing support. Our services include consultation and parent training for exceptional care.

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ABA therapy

ABA therapy applies interventions to enhance socially appropriate behaviors in daily life, emphasizing skill development and reducing problem behavior. This evidence-based treatment yields remarkable success and substantially improves Autism Spectrum Disorder symptoms.


Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a multifaceted condition impacting brain development, encompassing challenges in communication, social interaction, and repetitive behaviors. Each child with ASD possesses their distinct strengths and challenges. ABA therapy has a profound impact on the development of many children with ASD, backed by evidence.

ABA techniques

ABA therapy utilizes effective strategies like positive reinforcement to enhance various skills and address behaviors. These include:

  1. Building Communication and Language Skills
  2. Increasing Social/Emotional Skills
  3. Improving Adaptive Daily Living Skills
  4. Reducing Problem Behavior

ABA therapy targets language development, play and leisure skills, peer interactions, learning and academic skills, and problem behaviors (e.g., aggression). By emphasizing positive social interactions and motivating learning, ABA therapy enhances the quality of life for individuals with autism and their families.

Individualized ABA Services

Our services include:

  1. Intake and comprehensive skills assessment
  2. Customized treatment plan
  3. Behavior intervention plan
  4. One-on-one ABA therapy
  5. Supervision and consultation
  6. Parent training
  7. Coordination of care with other professionals
  8. Coordination of care with the school

We understand the challenges of having a child diagnosed with ASD and are committed to partnering with you to alleviate stress and create a brighter future for your family.

Common Questions About ABA Therapy

ABA, short for Applied Behavior Analysis or Behavioral Engineering, utilizes scientifically progressive techniques to enhance and modify specific behaviors. Particularly effective for children on the autism spectrum, this therapy successfully manages problematic behavior while fostering social and academic skill development.

A BCBA, or Board Certified Behavior Analyst, is an essential part of the ABA therapy team. With their specialized training and certification, BCBA professionals bring expertise in Applied Behavior Analysis to develop and implement individualized treatment plans for individuals with autism and other behavioral challenges.

ABA therapy targets a wide range of behaviors to promote positive change and skill development. Examples include improving communication and language skills, social interactions and play abilities, self-help and adaptive daily living skills, academic and learning skills, and reducing problem behaviors such as aggression or self-injury. ABA therapists work closely with individuals to identify specific behavior goals and develop customized interventions tailored to their unique needs, maximizing their potential for growth and independence.

ABA therapy can be beneficial for individuals of various ages. Early intervention is often recommended, as starting ABA therapy at a younger age allows for more time to develop essential skills and address challenging behaviors. However, ABA therapy can also be effective for older children, teenagers, and adults. The appropriateness of starting ABA therapy at a certain age depends on the individual’s needs and goals, and it is best to consult with a qualified professional to determine the optimal timing for beginning ABA therapy.

Determining if your child may benefit from ABA therapy involves considering various factors. Some signs that indicate ABA therapy may be beneficial include persistent difficulties in social interactions, communication delays or challenges, repetitive or restricted behaviors, and significant academic or adaptive skill deficits. If your child is experiencing significant challenges in these areas that impact their daily functioning, it is advisable to consult with a qualified professional, such as a pediatrician, psychologist, or behavior analyst, who can conduct a comprehensive assessment and provide guidance on the suitability of ABA therapy for your child’s specific needs.

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