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The Process

From the moment you reach out to us, we will help you navigate through the following process in your ABA journey. 

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The intake process involves a discussion about our policies and procedures and how our clinic operates along with gathering certain pieces of information including your child’s demographics, insurance information, physician referral and scripts for ABA services, and completing a brief over the phone questionnaire. From there, you will receive a HIPAA secure email to log into your new client intake paperwork to complete before the start of your child’s evaluation.



A skilled BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) will call you to schedule a day and time to begin the assessment process of your child’s current functioning level in the areas of communication, social skills, adaptive daily living, and behavior.


Once the assessment is completed, the BCBA will create an individualized treatment plan for your child. No two treatment plans are alike. We develop a customized treatment plan that helps your child meet his/her goals and maximize his/her full potential.


After the treatment plan is developed, your child will be assigned a trained ABA therapist which will work with your child on the goals prescribed in the treatment plan.

Parent Training

Your BCBA will meet with you either weekly or bi-monthly to discuss goals and progress for your child. You will be introduced to behavioral principles, including (but not limited to):

  • Functions of behavior.

  • The ABC's of behavior (Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence).

  • Using antecedent strategies (i.e., daily schedules) to reduce problem behaviors.

  • Reinforcement v. Bribery - how reinforcement can stregthen desired behaviors and teach new skills.

  • Teaching functional communication to replace problem behaviors using systematic reinforcement.

  • Learning how to build play and social skills.

  • Exploring the use of extinction (planned ignoring) to reduce problem behavior and how to pair with reinforcement to teach alternative communication skills.

  • Generalization and maintenance strategies to consolidate positive behavior changes and generalize newly learned skills.

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