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Evidenced-based ABA Treatment that supports your child growth 

ABA is an evidenced-based treatment (direct 1:1 ABA therapy) derived from the scientific study of learning and behavior. It is a process of systematically improving socially significant behaviors while decreasing challenging behaviors. The treatment we provide is individualized and can either be comprehensive or targeted based on your child’s specific needs. Domains of treatment include social, language/communication, executive functions, cognitive, motor, preacademic, play, and adaptive/daily living skills.
Registered Behavior Technicians are selected for clients on a case-by-case basis with careful consideration given to education, level of experience, and compatibility with the client. The RBT is responsible for 1:1 direct instruction and are certified by the BACB.

ABA treatment across different settings

ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) treatment is a comprehensive and adaptable approach that can be implemented in various settings to address a wide range of behavioral challenges. 

This evidence-based intervention is not limited to a specific environment; instead, it can be seamlessly incorporated into diverse contexts such as: 
ABA Therapy at homeSchool-basedABA TherapyIn Clinic Therapy

We supervise each Treatment to ensure the Best Service

RBT’s are mentored and supervised by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and Board-Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctorate (BCAB-D) on a consistent basis to ensure that they are supported in their efforts to provide the best services possible for our clients.

Supervision includes ongoing support, training, and mentoring that increases our team member’s efficacy and efficiency when providing ABA services, while making it a positive and exciting environment for our clients to grow!
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ABA Training for Caregiver and Parents 

It is our goal to support you to facilitate the caregiver’s independent use of skills and to manage any challenging behavior that might occur. This training may be provided through instruction, consultation, data review, modeling of skills, and hands-on opportunities to practice skills with coaching and feedback. Families will be supported in their efforts to identify opportunities, throughout the day and across activities, top generalize skills.

Behavioral Skills Training (BST) is used to train both therapists and caregivers. BST includes instruction, modeling, rehearsal, and feedback of caregivers on intervention and/or treatment plans based on current assessment results.
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Parents are encouraged to observe sessions and will often be asked to participate directly in the sessions as part of parent training or to facilitate instruction. This training may be provided through instruction, consultation, data review, modeling of skills, and hands-on opportunities to practice skills with coaching and feedback. Families will be supported in their efforts to identify opportunities, throughout the day and across activities, to generalize skills.

Parents will be required to attend training and meetings as needed by the client. HBH team members use Behavioral Skills Training (BST) to teach both the client (when appropriate) and caregivers skills regarding programming and behavior intervention plans. BST is a training package consisting of instruction, feedback, modeling, and rehearsal and is a continuous process used until mastery of skills is documented.

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