Verbal Behavior Programming
Verbal Behavior is one aspect of Applied Behavioral Analysis. It is a method of teaching communication to people who have not yet acquired language. It consists of four “contingencies”: Motivational Operation, Discriminating Stimulus, Response and Reinforcement. The last component, reinforcement is necessary to make certain the desired skill will be repeated
Social Skills Training
Social skills training (SST) is a type of behavioral therapy used to improve social skills
Functional Behavior Assessments
A Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) is a process that identifies specific target behavior, the purpose of the behavior, and what factors maintain the behavior that is interfering with the student’s educational progress.
Home, Community and School Based ABA Programming
Our ABA services are offered in-home, in the community and in school.
Natural Environment Teaching
Skills are taught or generalized within the natural environment.
Behavior Intervention Plans
A Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) takes the observations made in a Functional Behavioral Assessment and turns them into a concrete plan of action for managing the individuals problematic behavior.
Discrete Trial Teaching
Discrete Trial Teaching is a technique used by practitioners of applied behavior analysis (ABA). DTT is a structured instructional procedure that breaks tasks down into simple subunits to shape new skills. The technique relies on the use of prompts, modeling, and positive reinforcement strategies to facilitate the child’s learning
Parent Training to ensure generalization and maintenance of skills
Parent training helps your child generalize their skills – taking the skills they are learning to their home, school, and community. During parent training, we focus on providing you with knowledge on behavioral concepts, and strategies to maximize your child’s success and improve quality of life.