What we offer:

  • In-home ABA Services (Washington DC location only)
  • Clinic ABA Services (West Virginia location only)
  • Parent & Caregiver Training
  • Assessments
  • Behavior Intervention Plans and Treatment
  • Social Skills Groups
  • BCBA/BCaBA/RBT Supervision
  • Educational Consulting
  • Collaboration with Other Professionals

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Process of ABA

ABA generally begins with a diagnosis and referral from an approved medical provider.  The BCBA will then complete an initial assessment using a skill based assessment and curriculum, interviews with team members, rating scales, and direct observations. Using this information, the BCBA will develop a preliminary treatment plan that will outline goals, procedures and recommended hours of therapy. Once services begin, data is collected and analyzed to assess progress throughout treatment. The treatment plan will be formally updated at least every 6 months. The overall goal of treatment is to fade services overtime and teach families implementation of programs so that the child may grow and thrive in his or her environments!

About ABA

Applied Behavior Analysis is a research-based, data-driven approach toward helping people and organizations improve human behavior. ABA is especially applicable to children with autism, assisting them to better communicate, acquire social skills, and develop appropriate behavior. Services begin with an initial assessment and orientation to services performed by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. The client must be present for both meetings. After the initial assessment, the analyst will design a treatment plan and apply for authorization from an applicable insurer.

During Orientation, the analyst and parent(s) will plan a weekly treatment schedule. Direct therapy generally runs 10-30 hours/week, depending upon the client’s needs, and is performed substantially by one or more behavior technicians under the analyst’s direction. The analyst provides specific instruction to the behavior techs, performs remote and/or on-site supervision as appropriate, and modifies the treatment plan as progress occurs. Reassessment and reauthorizations typically occur every six months if continued services remain necessary.

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Who We Serve

Children with autism and developmental disabilities under the age of 21.

  • Most major insurances. Contact us for more information about your insurance coverage.

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Whether you’re ready to start, need support for your child’s education, or are looking for more information in how to best support your child,  we can help!

ABA goals are highly individualized to target independent skills, social opportunities, appropriate play skills, and management of challenging behaviors throughout your child’s day. To request information about the availability. please click the link below.