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applied behavior analysis programsApplied behavior analysis, also known as ABA, is reported to be the most effective treatments recommended for individuals who have been diagnosed with autism. All About ABA provides a result driven therapy, utilizing a blended model of progressive applied behavior analysis strategies, and play based services to teach your child desired skills. Simultaneously, reducing socially inappropriate or challenging behaviors. Our exceptional, highly skilled, and trained Board-Certified Behavioral Analyst’s (BCBA) create a specialized treatment plan with goals tailored to you, your child, and your families’ unique needs.

At All About ABA we understand that your child is special to you and ensure that we are meeting your child at their level by teaching them skills through play and positive experiences. Our outstanding team of experts is available to work with you, your child, and your family with our in-home service. If you are the parent of a child with autism, All About ABA may be right for your child. Learn more by reaching out to our friendly and knowledgeable admissions team by calling 844.525.5226 or completing our secure online form.The applied behavior analysis treatments provided at All About ABA are comprehensive treatment, focused treatment, and parent education.

The treatment options that will be provided will be based upon the medical necessity observed in the initial assessment and evaluation and will be re-evaluated every six months.

Medical Necessity: When a health insurance provider funds an individual to receive ABA services, we are required to only treat behaviors which pose a significant risk to the personal safety of the individuals or others.

Medically Necessary

  • Decreasing socially inappropriate behaviors
  • Decrease maladaptive behaviors
  • Receptive and Expressive Communication
  • Daily Living Skills
  • Pragmatic Communication

Not Medically Necessary

  • Academic Skills: reading, writing, mathematics, etc.

All About ABA treatment models include:

Comprehensive ABA Treatment: This program is when an individual with autism shows global delays including joint attention, imitation skills, self-care, communication skills, adaptive living skills, play skills, social skills, and has challenging behaviors that are impacting his or her everyday life. Our exceptional ABA team will address the most medically necessary skills by constructing sessions with structure and play based teaching opportunities. When creating a behavioral treatment plan, the BCBA will use functional behavior assessments to identify why a behavior is occurring and identify a skill that is more appropriate to replace the challenging behavior. These intensive treatment programs range from 20-40 hours of direct therapy per week. All About ABA’s provides parent education meeting and monthly supervision hours. Parent education meetings and recommended supervision hours will be adjusted based upon the recommendation of need for the family.

Focused ABA Treatment: This program is when an individual with autism shows delays, but not global delays. Typically, this will address skills in self-care, communication, independent leisure skills, functional skills, executive functioning skills, skills in health and safety, socialization, and challenging behaviors. Our exceptional ABA team will address the most medically necessary skills by constructing sessions with structure and play based teaching opportunities. When creating a behavioral treatment plan, the BCBA will use functional behavior assessments to identify why a behavior is occurring and identify a skill that is more appropriate to replace the challenging behavior. These intensive treatment programs range from 10-20 hours of direct therapy per week. Additionally, there will be required parent education meeting and monthly supervision hours. All About ABA’s provides parent education meetings and recommended supervision hours will be adjusted based upon the recommendation of need for the family.

  • It should be noted that individuals who have a comprehensive treatment plan will more than likely be faded to a focused ABA program the more skills that they acquire.
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Parent Education

One of the innovative programs that we proudly provide at All About ABA is parent education. Our team created this program to give families the tools they need to interact and communicate with each other. At All About ABA we believe that a critical component of ABA is parent education. Parents will be provided the opportunity to have formal parent education meetings and more natural parent education that may occur naturally in when the Clinical Supervisor is present.

Some of the basics of parent education include:

  • Our All About ABA team creates a behavior plan which you can review and implement at home.
  • We incorporate technology and training from our excellent staff to help mentor and support you and your family.
  • You’ll incorporate play skills, which support the growth of parent-child relationships.
  • Your family will learn new communication skills so that positive changes can be maintained for years to come.
  • You will feel rewarded and receive feedback as you experience your child making progress.

Also, parent education is intended to get families to spend time together. After all, spending time with your child and all of your family members is crucial to excellent mental health and well-being. Parent education can build bonds that last a lifetime. Learn more by contacting our team today.

Discover More About the ABA Programs at All About ABA

At All About ABA, our applied behavior analysis programs are designed for children with autism to achieve their social and adaptive living goals. Our compassionate team uses in home based ABA services to give children and their parents peace of mind. If you are interested in more information about any of our applied behavior analysis treatment, reach out to our team today by calling 844.525.5226 or completing our online form. Make today the day that you and your child get the support and guidance you need.