Teachable moments occur naturally in every environment. These opportunities, if embraced, help facilitate learning of new skills across multiple areas and enviroments.

 

As a team we strive to assist with skill development, in a variety of ways, such as academics, communication, social awareness, behavior reductionindependent living skills, coping skills, self-regulation, trainings, and much more!

 

Why our Approach is Unique:

We listen and spend time genuinely building meaningful relationships with families and individuals we are able to serve.

Our philosophy is every person’s ideas are valuable. Team building is incorporated into our environment as a reminder that there is always an opportunity to learn, every problem has a solution that can almost always be resolved by using the resources and knowledge of others around us.

Collaboration and communication help us create learning activities that are focused on the individual’s interests. We want the learner to naturally want to engage due to the enthusiasm modeled by the staff as he/she observes their excitement as they enter with the objects in the environment using any of the 5 senses: sight, touch, sound, smell and taste (when appropriate). This curiosity often motivates the learner to explore their surroundings giving therapists the chance to increase motivation by making the activity better in some way to sustain motivation long enough to incorporate learning. Pairing the learner’s interests simultaneously with fast-paced learning allows us to introduce a variety of activities, using and interactive teaching approach, where learning tends to occur in a naturalistic environment making learning more relatable and meaningful for the child.

 

Teachable moments occur naturally in every environment. These opportunities, if embraced, help facilitate learning of new skills across multiple areas and enviroments.

 

As a team we strive to assist with skill development, in a variety of ways, such as academics, communication, social awareness, behavior reductionindependent living skills, coping skills, self-regulation, trainings, and much more!

Our Mission, is Making your Vision Reality….

Success is usually defined by Predetermined Outcomes or Mandated Testing.
Our goals are unique for each learner. Many different paths can lead to the same outcome. Our mission is to find which path fits the needs of the learner. We define success as any growth in skill and celebrate each milestone achieved.

Will ABA Be Useful in Real Life?

Applied behavior analysis is one of the only treatment approaches based on scientific research. Once skills are taught and mastered in one sitting, they are taught across a variety of people in multiple sittings to ensure the skill is able to be applied by the learner regardless of the changes in the environment or teaching style.

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What Is Data & Why Is It Important ?

BCBA’s conduct am assessment with each learner covering several skill areas. The assessment is fast paced, and done is a variety of ways the child’s interests are always incorporated so the experience is fun, and interactive.

Data Taken In ABA Sessions:

Therapists take data throughout every ABA session. The data is factual information used to monitor progress on every program goal or skill being taught in the individuals ABA program. The data is analyzed by the BCBA regularly, so we are aware if a learner stops showing an increase in any skill areas being taught. The BCBA immediately will collaborate with the team working with the child to discuss way to modify our teaching approach until the individual begins to show growth in the particular skill.

Our Services

Parent Training

  • 1:1 Training modeling and teaching parents/caregivers
  • Online classes – Knowledge is power
  • Interactive parent forum on the website (password protected)
  • Advocating families at iep’s, doe apts, etc
  • Group information session: In-person and virtual options
  • I want parents to know as much as possible so they gain confidence and empowerment to use their voices
  • Assessments and treatment planning
  • In-home programming
  • School consultation and training

Early Intervention – In-home and community

  • Behavioral reduction
  • Teaching positive replacement behavior
  • Increasing functional communication
  • Naturalistic teaching: modeling, imitation, and play

Skill development

  • Social
  • Independence/ self-help skills
  • Academic/ School readiness