Parent Frequency Asked Questions
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Our highly-skilled therapists will work with your child individually to provide the Behavioral Therapy which best fits his/her treatment goals. Goals could be to promote the development of language, play, self-help, independent living, and social skills. Our team also takes the time to get to know your child on a personal level.
Your child's treatment is tailored to their specific needs. The exact number of therapy hours your child will receive is determined on an individual basis and is based on our developmental assessments and evaluations. We will never prescribe more hours than is developmentally appropriate. Research consistently shows ABA works best when applied at an early age and as an intensive intervention.
Throughout the entire treatment process you will have access to a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). The BCBA will work with you to develop an individualized treatment plan as well as address any questions or concerns you may have. The BCBA will supervise those therapists who work directly with your child and will monitor your child progress throughout the entire treatment process. Progress reports and treatment plan updates will be provided to you at least every six months, but can be requested more frequently if needed.
In home consultations may also be recommended for your child to promote generalization of mastered skills. A well-constructed parent-driven program may be developed by your BCBA to promote these skills when the therapist is not present.