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Child ABA Therapy (Ages 2-12)

Whether you’ve just received an autism diagnosis for your toddler, or you have a school-aged child on the spectrum, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, including its components such as discrete trial training, is the most effective, evidence-based treatment. ABA therapy is endorsed by the U.S. Surgeon General’s office, the National Institute of Mental Health, and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, among other organizations and agencies.

Early intervention using ABA therapy yields the best results for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, including what was formerly called Asperger’s Syndrome. And ABA Centers of America’s resources and flexible ABA programs mean there’s no long waiting list for your child to begin therapy.

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ABA Centers of America Works Toward the Following Goals

Learning critical life skills

Alternatives to unwanted behavior

Building up inherent strengths

Developing social and communication skills

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How Does ABA Therapy Help Children with Autism?

  1. Our program for toddlers and pre-K kids is an intensive, all-day service focused on getting your child ready for school.

    For older children, we offer after-school programs as well as many other customized daily therapy options. ABA therapy can be a great complement to other forms of treatment, such as occupational therapy.


ABA Therapy for toddlers, children and adolescents may include emphasis and positive reinforcement on:

Individualized ABA Therapy

ABA Centers of America doesn’t believe in a “one size fits all” treatment program. Our clients are individuals, and each of them is experiencing the world in a unique way. So our therapy plans are always customized, and they allow clients to work toward mutually agreed-upon goals.  

Our treatment begins with a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) getting to know the client and family. They will conduct an assessment to determine recommended program goals. A Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) will then work with the client and familyobserving and recording behavioral data that will help the BCBA create targeted programs. Each session is customized specifically to the child’s needs and family’s goals. 

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What to Expect

A typical course of ABA therapy involves 20-40 hours a week for 1-3 years. ABA therapy programs are designed by our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and conducted by our Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs). Both are governed and licensed by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB).



Our treatment begins with a BCBA getting to know your family, learning what behaviors you’re interested in improving and conducting an assessment to measure skills and abilities.


Goal Setting

Using the results from the assessment, our BCBAs collaborate with the family to create specific, reachable objectives to address desired behavior, new skills and recommended goals.


Custom Planning

The BCBA develops a program to teach target skills. Then an RBT works directly with the clients to implement the agreed-upon therapy and collect critical data.



The BCBA and RBT work together, measuring targeted skills and making changes to the program if necessary.

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