WHO WE ARE

We are a behavioral healthcare organization treating children with Autism through Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy. Our carefully selected and accountable workforce is a key factor to the success of our organization. We build on our colleagues’ strengths and collaborate amongst each other. Seeing children achieve their full potential while supporting them through their journey is what drives us. It also maintains synergy in our diverse organization. When working with families, we believe the ideal pairing of people includes enough similarities to provide alignment in goals and enough differences to challenge ideas and promote growth.

WHAT WE DO

We specialize in using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) as a tool to teach skills based on decades of research in child development. We use the Skills for Autism curriculum as an assessment tool and a platform which drives your child’s skill acquisition program.
Here is how our journey starts:
1. A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will come to your home and do a thorough assessment of your child’s needs.
2. The results of the assessment is the platform to develop a customized treatment plan for your child.
A particular Registered Behavior Technician will be selected as the right fit for your child to implement one on one therapy and our Skills curriculum.

OUR GROUP

AUTISM SPECIALTY GROUP

SERVICES

ASSEMENTS

Assessments are done at your home by a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and are designed to arrive at the most complete understanding of your child’s current needs.

ABA THERAPY

Based on the science of learning and behavior. It aims to increase behaviors that are adaptive in social environments and decrease behaviors that hinder learning of adaptive skills.

PARENT TRAINING

We strongly believe the goal of treatment is to improve a child’s condition as well as to equip a family with the tools to create and maintain positive change themselves.

COLLABORATION

Our communication with other professionals is fundamental to the consistency across treatments and your child’s progress.

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