Each and every child is unique, that's why an initial assessment is very important. It enables the BCBA, who will be guiding the child's development, the ability to view their strengths, weaknesses, abilities, and deficits.
With our one-on-one Direct Care program we offer individualized treatment for our children and the entire family.
Your in home service proving team will consist of a BCBA and an ABA Technician. The strategies used in the daily program will also be taught to parents. This will provide the child with consistency in treatment.
The goal of social skills group therapy is for children to gain skills in social interaction (greeting and peer interaction), joint attention, shared play with others, problem solving together, and learning to handle the challenges of social situations at school and at home.
Our groups are small and led by ABA professionals and paraprofessionals who will teach these skills in a small group and then generalize then into a community setting.
Once your pediatrician decides that ABA would be the best therapy for your child, the next step is to consult with a member of our administration department. At this point, (Intake), you will be able to discuss the areas of concern which will determine the direction of the ABA program.
The next step is to find out your Insurance Eligibility. this is to see if the treatment is covered by your insurance. You will be asked to fill out our application and provide further documentation before we begin treatment.
An initial In-Home Assessment is done by a Licensed and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA, LBA). The BCBA will then present:
At home therapy will focus on using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to develop an individualized treatment plan or intervention for your child. The plan will target any skill deficits from daily living skills, self-help skills (toilet training), barriers to learning (self-stimulatory behaviors), and language acquisition.
The therapy schedule is designed around the family's schedule and their unique needs and challenges.
At Awaken, you can expect to get contemporary information, guidance and experience on your path of certification in becoming a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT).