Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Program
What is ABA?
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), refers to a variety of treatment techniques based on the scientific principles of behavior analysis. ABA is an approach to treatment that allows for the use of different practices supported through research to teach new skills. Data tracking is used to drive the individuals programming towards the direction needed to ensure success in skill development.
Valley ABA is a center-based program that incorporates principles of applied behavioral analysis (ABA). Research has shown ABA to be an effective therapeutic service for individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). ABA therapy is designed to be a direct service, 1:1 with a behavior technician while under the supervision of a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
Programming is individualized to meet the need of each child. All practices utilized are evidence-based and supported through research. We specialize in early intensive behavioral intervention (EIBI) for children between the ages of 18 months to 5 years.
As a program we offer services for children and adults between the ages of 18 months – 22 years old.
At Valley ABA, we utilize behavioral principles to create an individual plan focused on skill development, language, communication, and adaptive behaviors. Through observations and assessments, our service is designed to target behaviors that are maladaptive, causing disruption to the individual’s daily living or accessing instruction. We work on identifying the functional alternative and teaching new skills that will overtime improve their quality of life.
Services offered include:
- Early Intervention
- Community Skills Training
- Parent Training
- Adaptive Behavior Skills
- Life Skills
- Social Skills Group (An afterschool program for children currently receiving ABA therapy)
For additional information, please contact:
(802) 888-1916 OR (802) 888-5026 x3567
Click here to download: Valley ABA Flyer