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Applied Behavior Analysis
Applied Behavior Analysis

Improve your child's social skills.

Our Applied Behavior Analysis treats children up to age 12 who have autism spectrum disorder.

Applied Behavior Analysis

Each child with autism spectrum disorder has individual needs. The professionals in our Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program understand that. They’ll design a treatment plan with goals tailored to your child.

Your child gets a three- or six-month program of services. During the program, kids work six to 12 hours a week with a therapy assistant, who is supervised by a Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBAT). You must complete at least one training session a week with the LBAT to make sure you can keep your child on track. Services may be provided in a home or group setting depending on clinical need.

ABA can help children ages 5-12 who show behaviors that are interfering with their progress in school or getting along with others. To receive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), children must be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder from a Center of Excellence. They also need a prescription.

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A bright future for your child.

We offer instruction for your child in classroom settings, at home, at school, and in community settings where challenging behaviors occur.

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What do Behavior Analysts do?

Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and Lead Behavior Analyst Therapists (L-BATs) work in our Behavior Analysis program. L-BATs evaluate patients’ behaviors and come up with treatment plans. BCBAs use scientific expertise to make the plans work.

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