Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a type of therapy that can improve social, communication, and learning skills through positive reinforcement. Many experts consider ABA to be the gold-standard treatment for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or other developmental conditions.
BCBAs assess your child, utilizing various techniques and strategies to identify important behavioral and social areas to develop through an individualized treatment plan.
Medically necessary ABA Therapy conducted by Registered Behavior Technicians & Trained Behavior Technicians under the direct supervision of our BCBAs.
One-to-one applied behavior analytic (ABA) sessions for children and adolescents which take place at the Beehive ABA Clinic rather than in the home environment. Registered Behavior Technicians and highly trained Behavior Technicians work one-to-one with clients under the supervision of BCBAs. Continuous support by BCBAs to ensure generalization of your child’s skills across people and settings is provided. Social opportunities and play during one-on-one sessions are also provided.
Our BCBAs create and implement individualized behavior plans to improve functional communication and adaptive learning skills, reduce behaviors by involving family & caregivers in the therapy process via parent trainings and monthly team meetings.
Our BCBAs are here to support and guide your family in understanding every aspect of your child's treatment and progress by meeting with you on a weekly basis to assist and guide you in how to utilize skills and targets your child is working on. Studies have shown that parent participation in their child's learning yields faster and long lasting results!!
On site Social Skills Groups are designed for children ages 3 to 15, who have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) .
Targeted areas include: ·
Emotional regulation: recognizing emotions in yourself and others. Conversational skills: initiating interaction, staying on topic, taking turns, ending a conversation.
Listening skills and comprehension of non-verbal communication:
eye contact, facial expressions, body language, personal space, tone of voice·
Play skills: initiating and maintaining play.