The first steps in treatment involve a complete assessment of your child’s strengths and needs.
A treatment plan is developed with specific goals selected to address areas of need. Parental input and participation is key to the success of treatment.
Treatment generally occurs one-on-one or in small groups with a trained behavior technician (Registered Behavior Analysis Interventionist) and occurs several hours per week (usually between 10-25 hours).
Interventionists teach multiple skills per session and take data on everything they do with your child to monitor the effectiveness of treatment.
All treatment is supervised by a Licensed and Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
What skills do you teach?
Social and play skills
Self-care and self-help skills
Appropriate behavior in community settings
Behaviors to replace repetitive or stereotypic behaviors
What should you expect from us?
Open and clear communication about goal selection, treatment selection, and progress.
Step by step instructions, demonstrations, and opportunities for hands on training for parents on how to implement the strategies we recommend.
Ongoing data collection and progress monitoring to evaluate your child’s progress.
Collaborative meetings with other practitioners (e.g., Speech-Language Therapists, Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, school staff, etc.).