ABA Therapy

APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS THERAPY (ABA THERAPY)

Autism is a common behavioral disorder that can significantly impact a child’s success in social settings and academic environments. While there is not a cure for autism, there are many highly researched behavioral techniques that can allow individuals with autism to adapt and change problematic behaviors for more positive future growth. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, for example, is a widely adapted discipline in managing autism which creates an understanding of behaviors and the way they are affected by environmental changes in both a physical and social sense.

At Behavioral Expectations every aspect of our services is based on ABA. Our approach is uniquely designed for every child. From one-on-one sessions to group therapy to real-life situations, our treatments are personalized to meet our client’s needs.

 

What We Do?

ASSESSMENT

A Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) can assess your child and develop an individual behavior plan.

SUPERVISION

A Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) can assess your child and develop an individual behavior plan.

FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMMING

The program will be developed after a functional behavioral assessment (FBA) is completed.

FAMILY TRAINING

Family involvement is one of the most important components of ABA therapy as much research has shown a more positive outcome when caregivers are involved.

TRAINING

Implementation of the treatment program will be provided by a behavior therapist/technician.

SCHEDULE OF TREATMENT

All treatments must be pre-authorized by insurance companies and typically run for 6 months at the intensity level of 15 to 40 hours per week.