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Behavior Therapy

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When a child has Developmental Delays or Autism, it is critical to teach them foundational skills early. Early Intervention ABA will help them learn as many skills as possible and prevent significant challenges later in their life- our therapy model ensures that this happens:

Each child has their own team that consists of:

Board Certified Behavior Analyst- The BCBA will get to know every child and their family personally- learning the child’s goals, current skills, and what skills to prioritize to maximize progress. The BCBA will lead their team, run assessments, and oversee their programming/progress.

Registered Behavior Technician- The RBT will work one-on-one with a child on a daily basis- implementing their program and tracking their progress. During a child’s session the BT ensures that the child is comfortable in their environment with a combination of play, work and daily living skills. For children who need more support, we can provide multiple BT’s to help ensure the safety and productive learning of the child.

Our ABA Therapy sessions utilize research-based, tested teaching methods while maintaining an environment that is collaborative, engaging, and fun!

Our Services

What is ABA?

Intensive ABA Treatment

Who benefits from Our Program?

One-on-One ABA Treatment Approach

Individual ABA

  • ABA is a science-based approach to understanding behavior and what it is trying to communicate.

  • The most evidence-based treatment.

  • Governed by a professional code to ensure quality: including a strict ethical code and ambitious standards for treatment effectiveness.

  • Endorsed by state and federal agencies, including (link to it in resources):

    • American Academy of Pediatrics

    • American Psychological Association Practice Organization

    • Centers for Medicare and Medicaid

    • National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

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  • 20-40 hours per week

  • Full day of ABA therapy routine: teaching across multiple skill aareas, including challenging behavior areas

  • High exposure to intervention / increased learning opportunities.

  • Clients overcome ABA barriers to development faster with a full time Registered Behavior Technician.

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  • Honesty, Everyone!

  • Any child who is falling behind on developmental milestones

  • Parents who want to learn specialized skills to help their child

  • Children who need extra help preparing for traditional classrooms

  • Any child who needs help navigating or avoiding challenging behaviors

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  • Constant RBT therapist interaction

  • Comfort and familiarity with staff

  • Realtime adaptation of treatment

  • Optimized learning opportunities

  • Program that reflects and is relevant to the child and the culture of their community

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  • Caregiver Interviews

  • Client-specific Goals

  • Parent Training

  • Behavior Assessments

  • Skill Assessments

  • Treatment Team Collaboration with other therapies

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What BehaviorSpan's ABA Treatment Helps With


The ability to tell others what one wants and needs, to describe one’s environment to others, and eventually to have dynamic and meaningful exchanges with other people.

Managing Emotions

The ability to respond to difficult situations that would normally cause anger, fear, or sadness by recognizing the effect the situation is having on oneself and using adaptive skills to avoid becoming out of control.


The ability to problem-solve, adapt to new situations, and take previously learned skills and apply them in new and different ways to new situations.

Social Skills

The ability to make friends, recognize other’s emotions and needs, stand up for oneself, have difficult conversations, play with others, and other skills that help one have fulfilling interactions with others in their life.

Motor Skills

The ability to do everyday tasks that require gross or fine motor control, such as: zipping zippers, buttoning buttons, using switches, walking, eating with utensils, and other important skills for independence.

Play Skills

The ability to play well with others, including important skills such as: sharing, taking turns, being kind, helping others who need help, and making and keeping friends.


Living Skills

Help with daily skills such as toilet training, hygiene, dressing, eating, chores, health and safety, and a variety of other skills.

Co-treatment Partnerships

Insurances Accepted

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