What Is ABA Therapy

What Is ABA Therapy?

ABA Therapy is the science recommended by the U.S. Surgeon General and American Academy of Pediatrics for the treatment of Autism. Children with Autism can have deficits in the areas of language, social skills, daily living skills as well as exhibit problematic behaviors. ABA Therapy addresses these issues by using researched evidenced based treatments that increase language, social skills, and daily living skills while reducing and/or eliminating problematic behaviors.

Often focusing heavily on language development and its related impact on social skills, ABA Therapy is provided for children with Autism even as young as 2 years old. We begin 1:1 with our clinical staff to find the deficits and fill in the gaps that your child is struggling with.

Who provides ABA Therapy?

Providing therapy directly to your child from our nationally certified staff of Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) who specialize in the area(s) of need for your child. We provide center based ABA therapy in our Noblesville clinic with your child while receiving the support, training, information and even parent training from our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA).

Where can ABA Therapy be done?

ABA Therapy can be done in a clinical, home, or even in the community for some individuals. We provide ABA therapy in our clinic in Noblesville that has multiple therapy rooms, indoor gym, reading area, art & craft center, cafeteria and outdoor fenced in playground. In addition, we participate in community outings at least monthly so that children can practice the skills within these environments. Home therapy is offered across Indiana by our sister company and more information can be found on their website.

When is ABA Therapy available?

Our clinic based services are available Monday-Friday from 8:30-5pm. Parent training is available until 7pm Monday through Thursday and by appointment on Saturdays. We are closed for major holidays.

Why choose ABA Services?

We understand the challenges and path of Autism that you are navigating as our founder is a clinician whose brother has Autism. Our founder has watched his brother grow up and go through the different life stages of Autism. In addition, he has over 15 years of ABA experience and is among the most experienced clinicians in the state of Indiana.

 

We participate in nearly all insurance and Medicaid networks allowing easy access to our services. We have enrollment on an ongoing basis throughout the year and encourage you to contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can work together to help your child connect the pieces.