ABA Therapy for Adults with Autism
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
Our team of ABA therapists addresses a wide range of behaviors utilizing practical applications of ABA principles across a variety of everyday experiences. ABA programming begins by evaluating the adult’s current level of functioning including communication, social, life and job skills. Information gathered through the assessment process is used to create an individualized program with measurable goals and objectives.
The ABA therapist addresses each objective during therapy sessions and treatment notes are sent to our internet-based portal to ensure parent(s)/guardian(s) have access to reports of progress on an on-going basis. An ABA program typically includes:
- Positive Reinforcement
- Data Collection and Analysis
- Visual Supports
- Parent / Caregiver Training
Treatment components are generally drawn from an array of areas including:
- Adaptive and Self-Care Skills
- Attending and Social Referencing
- Cognitive Functioning
- Community Participation
- Coping and Tolerance Skills
- Emotional Development
- Family Relationships
- Language and Communication Skills
- Play and Leisure Skills
- Functional Academic Skills
- Reduction of Interfering or Inappropriate Behaviors
- Safety Skills
- Self-Advocacy and Independence
- Social Relationships
- Vocational Skills
A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Licensed Psychologist supervises all ABA therapists.
We are proud to be an in-network provider with United Healthcare and Aetna for ABA services.
If you or a loved one needs applied behavior analysis sessions, please call us at 203-674-8200.