Applied Behavior Analysis
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the scientific approach of therapy helps to understand the relationship between a child’s behavior and their environment. ABA uses principles of learning and reinforcement to promote positive behaviors from clients. This is one of the most effective and research-supported treatments for individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). With ABA Therapy, children can reach their full potential and improve their behavior.
ABA includes the following:
- Verbal Behavior
- Behavior Management
- Social Skills
- Adaptive Skills
- Academic Skills
Our ABA Therapy is led by our Board-Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA) as well as our support team of Registered Behavioral Technicians (RBT). They work 1:1 with your child to meet their individualized goals. We hold our team members to the highest professional standards.
Speech Language Pathology
Our Speech Language Pathologist provides evaluations and treatment plans to develop client communication skills for all ages. Our SLP focuses on many different aspects of communication; each aspect helps to create therapy sessions that are tailored to the specific needs of each and every client. To further tailor each session and facilitate client progress, our highly trained SLP employs a variety of tools and techniques. We are here to help address any concerns that you may have with your child’s speech and/or language skills.
Speech Production Language:
Verbal, non-verbal, and written language (listening, processing, speaking, reading, writing, pragmatics, Augmentative and Alternative Communication systems-AAC)
- Pragmatics (language use and social aspects of communication)
- Prelinguistic communication (e.g., joint attention, intentionality, communicative signaling)
- Paralinguistic communication (e.g., gestures, signs, body language)
- Literacy (reading, writing)
- Augmentative and Alternative Communication systems (AAC systems)
- Executive functioning
- Speech, language, communication, and listening skills impacted by hearing loss and deafness
- Auditory processing