Early Intervention ABA Therapy
Many do not realize early intervention’s profound impact on children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Research shows that early intervention ABA therapy can improve cognitive abilities, social skills, and communication in children who receive services. Evidence suggests that, in some cases, ABA therapy can even prevent some of the more severe symptoms associated with autism.
Our early intervention approach provides children on the spectrum with comprehensive therapy that supports their evolving needs. Our Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) and Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) are well-versed in Applied Behavior Analysis and implement evidence-based techniques to help children learn to socialize, participate in the world around them, and play!
How Does Early Intervention Help Children on the Spectrum?
The sooner a child with autism begins ABA intervention, the better their long-term development outcomes may be. ABA therapy is a science-based approach to shaping and understanding behavior in neurodivergent children. Our early ABA intervention program includes an individualized process that reaches your child on their level.
Our specialists customize your child’s therapy plan to address their essential needs and life goals. Our staff is dedicated to working with you to create a unique program that highlights your child’s strengths so they can reach their full potential!
Customized ABA Therapy
ABA Centers of America recognizes that a “one size fits all” approach to autism care is not enough. We understand that every individual with autism is unique and has their own world experience. Our therapy plans are always highly individualized and promote achieving meaningful, relevant, agreed-upon goals.
ABA therapy with us begins with an evaluation by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, who will spend time getting to know your child and family. After a comprehensive assessment, your provider will recommend and establish program goals. From there, a Registered Behavior Board Certified Behavior Analyst will work with the client and their family on the plan while observing behavior and collecting critical data. Every session will be fully customized to meet the child’s needs and the family’s goals.