Our services


We utilize the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to guide the development of individualized, child-centered goals to assist in improving the quality of life of each child and their family. Each child’s program goals are based on their individual needs, as identified within an initial assessment. These goals are often comprised of interventions to address and reduce problematic behaviors as well as to increase appropriate behaviors and address skill deficits. Basic academics, self-help, functional skills, daily living, communication, and social skills form the basis of each child’s program.


A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and/or a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) creates and oversees each child’s program, while a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) works one-on-one with each child under the direct supervision of the BCBA or BCaBA. RBTs receive ongoing, direct support and training from the BCBA or BCaBA and are observed often with each child they work with. Staffing will always be provided at a 1:1 ratio unless otherwise indicated in order to work on the individual goals of each child’s treatment plan. We offer two different treatment models:


Focused ABA services may be provided on a part time basis to individuals who only need treatment for a few skills or behaviors. This treatment generally ranges from 10-20 hours per week of direct therapy. Specific treatment programs for these individuals may target increasing functional living, social, and communication skills while also decreasing problem behavior.

comprehensive ABA Treatment

Comprehensive ABA services may be provided to individuals who need treatment for a broad change of skills or behaviors. This treatment generally ranges 35-40 hours per week of direct therapy. Specific treatment programs are highly tailored to meet the needs of each individual’s cognitive, adaptive, social and emotional well-being.

social skills programs

One of the most prevalent challenges for individuals with ASD lies within the area of social skills. This includes difficulty with observational skills, eye contact, play interactions, taking another’s perspective, making inferences, sharing enjoyment, and building relationships. Our social skill treatment programs work on functional skills including, but not limited to, establishing social communication skills, natural environment safety skills, and independent leisure skills. Thus, this makes it possible to participate in family and community activities appropriately. Our goal is to develop the lifelong ability to experience these events in a positive, productive manner.

parent training

Parents play a critical role in helping their child learn to apply the skills they have acquired during treatment to their daily lives. Parents who are actively involved in their child’s therapy goals increase the progress made by their child. Our treatment plans include the parent participation and training needed to ensure parents can reinforce their child’s development beyond the therapy setting.

community engagement

We believe that knowledge, collaboration, and consistency are key to every child’s success and want to do our part to disseminate the principles of ABA to everyone that wants to learn about them. We are committed to working with outside disciplines, partnering with local businesses, and hosting community-wide learning events in order to provide awareness, education and support to those that need it. We are excited to continue building relationships and fostering growth within our local community.