Services

Services

Clinic Based

Having the flexibility to attend therapy outside the home affords many busy families with the opportunity to access ABA therapy who wouldn’t otherwise have the time. The clinic setting also allows kiddos who are preparing to enter school to stretch their social skills and work in a group setting with the careful guidance of a behavior therapist. Social skills such as sharing, cooperative play, greetings and reciprocal conversations can be taught in unison, but come to life when they can be generalized with a peer. A clinic setting may be just be the perfect opportunity to make social opportunity happen!

Is extreme behavior such as physical aggression or property destruction your primary concern? Intense behaviors may require environmental consistency that may be difficult to replicate at home. A clinic setting offers families a break to allow a professional to work through behavior without disrupting the home environment.

Home Based

During in-home therapy the therapist is present in-home during the times that a parent is also at home. This allows for maximum parent involvement. Being in the home allows parents to observe all therapy and play an active role in implementing programs in real-time. In-home may be the answer to focus on real-life functional skills that increase your child’s independent skills. Is extreme behavior such as physical aggression or property destruction your primary concern? Intense behaviors may require environmental consistency that may be difficult to replicate at home. A clinic setting offers families a break to allow a professional to work through behavior without disrupting the home environment.

Verbal Behavior Therapy

Verbal Behavior is one aspect of Applied Behavioral Analysis. It is a method of teaching communication to people who have not yet acquired language. It consists of four “contingencies”: Motivational Operation, Discriminating Stimulus, Response and Reinforcement. The last component, reinforcement is necessary to make certain the desired skill will be repeated.

Functional Communication Training

Parent Training

Verbal Behavior is one aspect of Applied Behavioral Analysis. It is a method of teaching communication to people who have not yet acquired language. It consists of four “contingencies”: Motivational Operation, Discriminating Stimulus, Response and Reinforcement. The last component, reinforcement is necessary to make certain the desired skill will be repeated.