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Telehealth ABA intervention utilizes online platforms and video conferencing to provide ABA services remotely to autistic individuals. In this approach, a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) works directly with the autistic individual and the family, providing hands-on support and implementing behavior intervention plans. If required, the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) supervisor will access sessions using Telehealth technology. This tool helps AAI reach rural communities where Board Certified Behavior Analysts may be difficult to access, ensuring that autistic individuals and their families receive comprehensive ABA services even in remote areas.
AAI’s play spaces are accepting referrals for the full day program, half day program, and after school social skills group. We provide quality ABA therapy and early intervention in a fun, caring, and exciting space that your children will thrive in!
The half day program focuses on teaching skills that will allow your child to be more successful in daily life- especially when it is time to enroll in school. The clinic provides an environment that prepares your child to learn rules and routines of a classroom, play with peers, develop coping and self-regulation tools, and so much more all within a program that is individualized to them. The half day program hours are approximately 8:30-12 and 1-4:30.
The full day program is an extension of the half day program and includes a nap time provided from 12:00-1:00. If your child does not nap, no worries, it is not required. The full day program hours are approximately 9:00-5:00.
The social skills group is a great opportunity for your child to learn to make friends, keep friends, and develop conflict resolution skills and coping strategies that are essential for interacting with others. Hours are 3:00-5:00, after school.
ABA interventions in school or daycare settings involve collaborating with educational professionals to support autistic individuals in an educational environment. This may include creating behavior intervention plans, conducting assessments, and providing ongoing support to help autistic individuals succeed academically and socially within these settings.
Parent training in ABA involves educating and empowering parents or caregivers to effectively implement behavior intervention strategies at home for their autistic children. This includes teaching parents how to reinforce desired behaviors, manage challenging behaviors, and create a supportive and structured home environment that promotes the generalization of skills
Private contract ABA intervention refers to providing ABA services to autistic individuals through private arrangements. This could involve working directly with families or organizations on a contractual basis to design and implement behavior intervention plans tailored to the specific needs of autistic individuals.
Community-based ABA intervention extends the application of behavior analysis principles to real-life community settings for autistic individuals. This may include teaching autistic individuals social skills, safety skills, and appropriate behavior in various community contexts, such as parks, stores, and public transportation.
In-home ABA intervention involves delivering behavior analysis services directly to autistic individuals in their own homes. These interventions are customized to address specific behavioral challenges and goals within the home environment, such as communication, daily living skills, and social interactions. The focus is on creating a supportive and structured environment to promote positive behavior change and skill development.