The foundation for quality ABA therapy
Assessments and individualized treatment plans are the cornerstone for quality ABA treatment. We take the time to conduct functional behavior assessments to help you understand why problem behaviors keep happening. The results of well-conducted behavior assessments provide the foundation we need to develop behavior intervention plans that will decrease interfering behaviors and teach more socially acceptable and positive behaviors using the principles of applied behavior analysis..
Functional Behavior Assessments often include:
Parent Interviews & Questionnaires
Review of child records
Learning and language assessments help us identify your child's strengths and deficits across developmental domains. Some of the most common areas assessed are: expressive (vocal) and receptive (listener) communication & language, pre-academic skills, social & group skills, play skills, self-care, and others. The results of learning and language assessments help us develop treatment goals and design individualized instructional programs based on principles of ABA that will help your child learn and acquire the skills they need to be successful.
Learning & Language Assessments:
VB-MAPP: Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program
ABLLS-R: Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills, Revised
ESDM: Early Start Denver Model
Social Savvy: Social Skills Assessment
AFLS: Assessment of Functional Living Skills