Home Based- Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Intervention
The focus of home base behavior intervention is to assist the child or young adult with autism or other related disorders to develop skills necessary for daily living. The goal of the behavioral program is to decrease inappropriate behaviors affecting interaction with others at home, school, community, and other places. The goal of the therapist working with the client is to decrease socially inappropriate behaviors, while increasing socially appropriate behaviors taught through positive reinforcement.
The focus of Social Skills Training is to assist our program participants to learn skills that help them form long lasting relationships with others. Social skills are needed in all areas of life that include relations with family, school, work, and community. Mastery in social skills help improve the participant’s quality of life.
The focus of Community Integration is to integrate individuals with developmental disabilities into the community as active participants where they live.