A Brighter Future for Your Child

Providing Exceptional Behavioral Therapy

A Behavirol Approach

Effective Behavioral Therapy Programs for Children

Applied Behavioral Analysis has been around for many decades and is constantly evolving and growing with new research. By getting to know each child’s unique strengths and weaknesses our BCBA is able to build a customized program for your child to best suit their specific needs. In addition to delivering the most effective and highest quality treatment, we understand the importance of a strong support network outside of therapy, and will provide guidance, support, and assistance to your family and those that live or work with your child.

How We Can Help You

Our BCBA will create an individualized treatment plan to fit your child's specific needs. After the initial assessment our team will begin providing targeted and intensive treatment using supports and positive reinforcement, gradually fading back our assistance and instruction until the child is able to perform the age-appropriate skills independently. To ensure that your child is receiving the best ABA therapy, all of our team members receive extensive in-house training from our BCBA and are certified RBTs. 

A Behavirol Approach
A Behavirol Approach

What is Applied Behavior Analysis?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a therapy designed to produce socially significant changes based on the science of learning and behavior. ABA includes the use of direct observation, measurement, and functional analysis of the relationship between environment and behavior. ABA understands how behavior works, how the environment affects that behavior, and how we learn in our environment. In ABA therapy, we use this understanding to help increase behaviors such as communication, living skills, social skills, decrease problem behavior, and increase independent skills to use in home, school, occupation, or in social settings.

What is Autism?

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental condition that involves persistent challenges in social interaction, speech and nonverbal communication, and restricted/repetitive behaviors. The effects of ASD and the severity of symptoms differ from person to person.

ASD is usually first diagnosed in childhood with many of the most-obvious signs presenting around 2-3 years old, though some children with autism develop typically until toddlerhood when they stop acquiring or lose previously gained skills. According to the CDC, one in 59 children is estimated to have autism. Autism spectrum disorder is also three to four times more common in boys than in girls, and many girls with ASD exhibit less obvious signs compared to boys. Autism is a lifelong condition. However, many children diagnosed with ASD go on to live independent, productive, and fulfilling lives.

A Behavirol Approach

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If you want to learn more about our services, get in touch with us today. Our friendly team is more than happy to answer any inquiries you have about us.