What to Expect During Your Child’s ABA Journey

The Start of Your ABA Therapy Journey

The first step in achieving results is to assess your child’s strengths and needs. This allows for an understanding of why challenges are occurring, leading to solutions to the problem.

Building Positive Relationships

Time and care are taken in establishing trust with your child and family before moving on in the therapy process.

We believe learning should be enjoyable and exciting for everyone. A positive relationship between your child and our clinical team is critical to long-term outcomes for treatment.

New skills will be introduced only as your child becomes comfortable.

Teaching Skills That Matter

After your child has built a strong bond with the clinical team, you can expect to see more expectations and instructions. Maintaining and growing positive relationships continue as new skills are taught.

Our holistic approach ensures all domains are assessed including self-care, social skills, and communication. Each child is different, and treatment plans will reflect their unique needs.

As your child progresses, more skills are introduced. Your child is always working towards something new.

Measurable Results

Data collection is an important part of ABA. Frequent review of data gives you clear, objective information about your child’s progress.

Your child’s clinical team invest themselves in unlocking your child’s abilities. They meet to evaluate your child’s data, determine any changes necessary to maximize progress, and track each and every success along the way.

Collaboration for Success

Your child’s clinical team works closely with you, your family, and other providers such as school, Speech Therapists, and Occupational Therapists.

Through frequent collaboration, the family also learns more effective ways to support their child outside of therapy sessions. When families learn these effective strategies and support them outside of therapy, the child is able to show all of the skills they have learned with different people and in different settings. This benefits your child long-term.