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ABA Therapy

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy is a treatment method based on the study of learning and behavior principles that encourages socially productive behaviors using the child’s unique source of motivation. Its services include interventions for academic and pre-academic skills, expressive and receptive communication, job competence, self-care skills, play skills and community integration. ABA is a proven effective treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder and benefits many individuals requiring behavioral or developmental support. 

Doctorate Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA-Ds) or Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) perform assessments, develop treatment plans and oversee the implementation of the treatment plan. Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) and other trained professionals implement the treatment plan.

Adjunct Services

After assessing what treatments are best for your child, we'll help connect you with professionals to be a part of your child's care team. 

  • Equine Therapy involves the stimulation of tactile senses by riding and interacting with the horses

  • Riding has a calming effect and can improve focus

  • Equine therapy can engage children with ASD and improve motor and social skills 

  • Activities in the water are calming and help children  with special needs improve sensory processing skills

  • The water resistance increases muscle strength and helps refine movement

  • Benefits include impulse control, cooperation, and socialization

  • Music Therapy uses perscribed music to improve psychological, physical, cognitive, or social functioning

  • Benefits include improved self-expression and communication skills, heightened awareness of self and others, increased social engagement, and decreased inappropriate behaviors 

  • Recreational therapy Increases confidence and boosts motor function through activity and community outings

  • Provides a fun approach to therapy

  • Improves socialization and communication skills and facilitates participation in daily life

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