Qualified, Professional, Empathetic & Scientific Home-Based Therapy Services
Why Choose Us?
How We can help
Problem Behavior Reduction
- DBT behavior intervention plans are designed and structured to identify the underlying reason why a certain behavior is occurring and introduce strategies to target the reduction of that behavior.
Language and Functional Communication Training
- All behavior is a form of communication. However, Functional Communication Training, or FCT, aims to replace disruptive or unconventional behavior with more appropriate forms of communication.
- Most children and adolescents with autism have difficulty understanding and using social skills. Social skills include everything from joint attention and greetings to understanding the theory of mind feelings, hidden curriculum.
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Client ABA Therapy Information Request Form
Timeline For Services
1) Submit documents to authorization team
2) Schedule assessment appointment with BCBA
3) Assessment Appointment Takes Place
4) Assessment Documentation is submitted within 7 days of assessment appointment
5) Assessment Documentation is submitted to the insurance company
6) Insurance Companies takes 10-15 days to approve services
7) Once approved, BCBA will coordinate team meeting with family
8) Overall process is between 4-6 weeks
Clinical Director's Insight
- Currently, J is an 8-year-old male diagnosed with dyslexia and autism spectrum disorder. J enjoys playing with Lego, completing puzzles, art & crafts activities, and engaging in pretend play with sibling. J began ABA treatment Spring of 2018 after his fourth birthday. At the start of treatment, J required support in the following areas: reduction of maladaptive behaviors, developing communication skills, social and organizational skills, and skills related to activities of daily living. At the start of treatment J engaged in the following maladaptive behaviors: noncompliance, verbal aggression, property destruction, elopement, and physical aggression in the forms of biting, hitting, kicking, and spitting. On the first day of treatment, J engaged in aggressive noncompliant behavior and physical aggression in the form of biting. J bit through the therapist's jeans when a simple one-step direction was given.Brandi Brown, Clinical Director