ABA Therapy at ABS
Alternative Behavior Strategies specializes in the use of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to help teach new skills and reduce problematic behavior in children with developmental difficulties, including children on the autism spectrum. We use a variety of ABA strategies that are researched-based to provide the best possible care for your developing child. While these strategies are individually applied to each specific child, they all work to increase your child’s motivation to engage in appropriate behaviors and reduce the motivation for inappropriate behaviors.
ABA depends on basic principles of behavior modification to affect meaningful changes in the way your child relates
They determine why your child engages in certain behaviors and will work with you to design a plan to help your child meet their goals. Your consultant will supervise a team of therapists who will work one-on-one with your child to implement that plan, aiming to reduce inappropriate behaviors (hitting, tantrums, screaming, etc.) by teaching more appropriate behaviors to replace them, such
We provide ABA therapy services to the following services areas:
What Is the Goal of ABA Therapy?
The goal of ABA therapy is to increase communication, increase independent living skills, increase age-appropriate social skills, and decrease problematic behaviors while teaching functional replacement behaviors.
What Is ABA Therapy?
With over 40 years of empirical support, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the most frequently recommended and clinically proven treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
About Our Team of ABA Therapy Professionals
Your consultants and therapists are certified by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board and highly trained to work with you and your child to achieve your goals. Their mission is to support you and your child’s development and to provide the most independent future possible for your child.
ABA Therapy and Your Family
ABA therapy is individualized for each child, is delivered across all settings relevant to that child and with the support and involvement from the family across every aspect of the program.