In all of our programs we require parent's participation.  We offer online courses, consultations observations, hands on instruction as well as follow-up to treatment for each of the following service program.

Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI)  

This treatment is based on the principles of applied behavior analysis delivered for multiple years at an intensity of 25 to 40 hours per week.  EIBI can include Functional Communication Training (FCT), Verbal Behavior (VB), Natural Environment Training / Incidental Teaching (NET), Precision Teaching (PT), Discrete Train Training (DTT), Intensive Table Teaching (ITT), Relational Frames Based (RFT) and many other evidenced based ABA teaching techniques that will teach a large number of skills (which typically include communication and adaptive functioning skills) while decreasing problem behaviors in a 1:1 direct therapy approach.

Supplemental Behavioral Intervention

This program is appropriate for children who are already enrolled in an academic program or several other therapies and cannot participate in our EIBI program, yet have a number or skills and/or behaviors that require a more intense form of treatment.  This program is encompassed in a number of evidenced-based ABA teaching techniques identified in the EIBI program however, due to fewer hours, skills, behaviors and teaching programs will be assessed and placed on a priority wait list as only a select number of skills can be taught at one time. 

Specialized Behavioral Intervention

This is a specific behavioral intervention appropriate for children who need to learn skills from one area or who have one behavioral problem in need for reduction.  This program utilizes the most effective ABA techniques according to the particular skill or behavior in need of increase / decrease.  This program is much less intense with a great deal more parent participation.

ABA-Based Social Groups

This is a social skills training program provide in small groups pairing children of similar age and skill level.  All groups are highly individualized and target specific social skills depending on the child’s needs as well as an overall group plan and goal.  Our groups are open to children who have difficulty with social issues such as relating to others, building friendships and social etiquette.  This program utilizes many ABA principles and is encompassed by Behavioral Skills Training technique (BST) in a 1:3 therapist /  student ratio.