Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy
In the United States, there are numerous educational and therapeutic services provided for children who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum and related disorders in order to improve their life quality. Amongst them, services utilizing applied behavior analysis (ABA) have currently received great attention from caregivers and service providers since the services are available through their health insurance. ABA is the most effective intervention developed for children who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities that aims to improve children’s repertoires related to social, verbal, and communication skills.
Applied Behavior Analysis therapy is a highly preferred method, by both service providers and caregivers, form of intervention for children who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Children diagnosed with ASD may face challenges in cognitive skills, communication, social-emotional abilities, physical development and adaptive behavior may be affected to some/varying degree. ABA is considered to be the most-widely utilized interventions for children with ASD, especially in improving intellectual, expressive-language, receptive- language, adaptive behavior, and socialization skills. We employ a systematic application of interventions to increase socially significant behaviors and reduce barrier behaviors that impede individuals’ ability to learn.
Our highly qualified LBAs (Licensed Behavioral Analysis)/ BCBAs (Board Certified Behavioral Analyst) develop individualized treatment plans for each of our clients with the help of our clients’ parents and Registered Behavior Technicians.
Our professional Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) are trained in early childhood physical, emotional and psychological development, the nature or expression of developmental challenges and changes, and the impact of environmental experiences on children’s abilities/progress.
What We Offer
At Kids ALIS we believe that parent involvement is key to your child’s success. During parent training sessions, we help you with get answers to your questions, listening to your concerns, provide a guideline of how we plan on reaching your child’s developmental goals, and much more.
Direct care is provided by our professionally Behavior Technicians. Direct care consists of one on one therapy with your child and one of our Behavior Technicians. Our Behavior Technicians directly implement individually developed treatment plans created by our Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
Individualized plans written and constructed for your own child. No plans are the same because no child is the same. We write our treatment plans based on feedback from the child as well as his or her parents.
Our Board Certified Behavior Analyst holds information seminars to provide as a resource to parents who are new to Applied Behavior Analysis treatment. These seminars include information on what to expect from ABA therapy, how BCBAs conduct assessments, useful behavioral tactics/strategies, and answers to any question you may have.