ABA Therapy and Early Intervention
Our Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy provides skill development and behavior management services to children with autism spectrum disorder.
Our clinical Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBA) supervise intensive therapy treatment plans for children that focus on goal areas encompassing the full range of a child’s challenging behaviors, skill deficits, emerging skills, and daily routines. Paraprofessionals engage in one-on-one sessions with the child and their families with BCBA supervision and training.
We focus on teaching functional and adaptive skills in naturalistic settings at home, school and in the community. Active participation of parents and collaboration with other members of the educational and professional team help ensure treatment gains and generalization of skills for the children we are privileged to serve.
We love watching our ABA therapy open doors, remove roadblocks, and give our children wings! At Alliance Family Services, we believe that every child is a learner and that every learn can thrive!
Why ABA Therapy
ABA Therapy is recommended as the best empirically-based treatment of choice for children with autism spectrum disorder and other disabilities through direct home and community-based teaching.
The goal of ABA Therapy is to improve behaviors and skills that you identify as important to you and your child. As these socially significant behaviors are acquired, ABA Therapy focuses on helping your child learn how to use their newly acquired skills in the real world — outside of the therapy setting!
ABA Therapy Helps Increase Skills Including:
- Gross/Fine Motor
- Activities of Daily Living
- Social & Independent Play
- Group Instruction