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Our Services

Why ABA Therapy?

ABA Therapy is the number one evidence-based treatment recommended by the US Surgeon General and the American Psychological Association for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.  ABA has also proven to benefit children diagnosed with other developmental diagnosis and behavior concerns.

Through ABA therapy, behavior principles are applied to everyday situations to increase desirable behaviors and reduce unwanted behaviors. Examples of desirable behaviors may include; communication, social and adaptive skills. 

All ABA programs share similar components, including; reinforcement, replacement behaviors, generalization and maintenance goals, data-driven decisions.

Our ABA Programs are established by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and delivered by Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs). As parents know their children best, plans are individualized to meet your family's needs. 


Empowering local families to become involved in Autism and ABA

Services We Provide


Assessments are conducted by our BCBA and may include one or more of the following: Language, Communication, Social Skills, Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs) evaluations. 

Individualized (1:1) Therapy will be delivered by our behavior technicians who follow a plan established by BCBAs. This treatment plan will target previously identified areas of deficits, along with behavior interventions, goals and objectives. Treatment hours vary per client's needs. Kids Rise ABA Therapy focuses on providing early intensive behavioral intervention to children ranging in age from 12 months to 7 years old. 

Social Skills Groups consist of 3 or more children (similar in age + skill levels) and one therapist working on social interactions, play skills, and behavioral support. Typical service hours for children receiving social skills groups vary from 10-15 hours per week. 

Parent Trainings are a pivotal element for skill generalization and maintenance. All parents are expected to be involved and participate in their child's therapy, this may include attending meetings with the BCBA to discuss treatment and participating in therapy along with RBT and BCBA.

Consultation services will be provided by the BCBA for parents interested in additional assistance through their child's school experience. This may include; consulting for ARD meetings and collaboration with Speech Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, etc.

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