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- What do we do?
Use the principles of learning and motivation to provide 20 or more hours per week of individualized 1:1 ABA to children ages 0-5.
- English, please?
Our goal is to find out what motivates the child and how they learn best. Once we know that, we apply it to increase communication and language skills, social skills, and decrease behavioral challenges that currently prevent the child from learning in a more natural environment, like a classroom or community setting.
- How do we make this happen?
- Each child works 1:1 with a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) for at least 4 hours per day.
- All RBT’s are supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who will be the child’s assigned consultant.
- Each family has an assigned consultant to oversee all programming in ABA, as well as give monthly trainings and feedback to parents so that everyone is a part of the progress.
- We use Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT) and positive reinforcement to maximize learning opportunities and skill acquisition throughout the child’s day.
- Each child also has an individualized behavior modification plan to address any challenging behaviors.
- Is this really necessary?
Yes. ABA is the only research proven treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders and the National Standards for Best Practices recommends 20-40 hours per week to see the best progress.