• What is ABA?
  • Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is an evidence based scientific technique and approach to addressing core deficits of autism spectrum disorder.  ABA also is a scientific approach for understanding behavior.  This type of therapy is proven to improve social, communication and learning skills through reinforcement strategies.  Skills are broken down into smaller, component parts, celebrating each step of the way with positive reinforcement. 
  • Many experts consider ABA to be gold-standard treatment for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other developmental conditions.
  • ABA therapy is appropriate for all deficits related to autism spectrum disorder and related disorders.
  • Common treatment goals include: Social Skill development, maintenance and generalization.  Communication skills (verbal and non-verbal).  Daily living skills.  On-task behaviors for instruction and academics.  Compliance.  Functional communication training to replace undesired behaviors with communication skills. ​
  • Contact us today to discuss if ABA is appropriate for your family.
  • You select a schedule that works for your family.
  • Parents participate in selection of the treatment goals.
  • Parent training is conducted to train caregivers in ABA techniques.
  • Coordination with the school team occurs to target goals that will benefit your child across all settings.
  • What we do:
  • Learning made enjoyable with positive reinforcement.
  • Replacing inappropriate behaviors with functional communication.
  • Parent training to aid in skill acquisition in the absence of your ABA team.
  • Full-team effort to improve the rate of acquisition by coordinating with all caregivers and services providers (e.g. school based services). 

NY Center for Autism Treatment

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