Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy
Effective Treatment Strategies for Teaching Children with Autism
Children with autism lack the skills necessary to acquire and process basic information and, because of this, learn differently from their peers. Despite the disruption of typical learning processes, behavioral scientists have used the principles and procedures of learning theory to develop effective treatment strategies for teaching children with autism. This approach is known as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
How Is ABA Therapy Used?
ABA therapy is based on more than 50 years of scientific investigation with individuals affected by a wide range of behavioral and developmental disorders. Research has shown that behavioral interventions greatly reduce disruptive behaviors typically observed in individuals with Autism, such as self-injury, tantrums, non-compliance and self-stimulation. ABA is effective in teaching complex communication, social, play and self-help skills.
What Happens During ABA Therapy?
In all ABA programs, the intent is to increase skills in language, play and socialization while decreasing behaviors that interfere with learning. The results can be profound. Clients start to establish eye contact, learn to stay on task, and acquire the ability and the desire to learn and do well. Even if a child does not achieve a “best outcome” result of normal functioning levels in all areas, nearly all children with Autism benefit from intensive ABA programs.
How is ABA Therapy Progress Recorded?
Our therapists keep records on the initial evaluation, progress, and discharge of clients. This helps to pinpoint problems, track client progress, and justify the cost of treatment when applying for reimbursement.
How Much Does ABA Therapy Cost?
* For clients paying out of pocket: 20% DISCOUNT off listed rates for Behavior Consultant and 10% DISCOUNT off listed rates for Behavior Therapist.
** Level 1: Bachelor’s Degree or lower; Level 2: Bachelor’s Degree and/or practical experience; Level 3: Master’s Degree or BCaBA (Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst)Register Now
Grant Funding Sources
We understand that for many families, finding financial assistance and grant funding for therapy services can be a struggle. To help make it easier to access these resources, we’ve compiled an extensive list of grant sources. These sources can provide financial assistance with a variety of therapy services provided by Peak Potential Therapy.
SAIL Summer Program (Social, Academic, and Improving Life Summer Program)
Disability: Mild Autism, Emotional Disturbance, Mild Intellectual Disability, Other Health Impairments, Specific Learning Disability, Mild Speech or Language Impairment, Traumatic Brain Injury, ADHD/ADD, and Mild Developmental Delays.
Ages: 8 – 12 years
Contact: Holly Reimann, MA, CCC-SLP, Speech Therapist and Owner
Address: 8848 Commons Blvd., Suite 101, Twinsburg, OH 44087
Session 1: May 30 – July 7 (no camp on June 15 – 16 & July 3 – 4)
Session 2: July 10 – August 11
5 weeks/session, Weekdays 8:30 -11:30 am
Fees: $2,000 for a 5-week session
Your child can benefit!
- Learn Life Skills – chores, food prep, daily routines, money management, problem solving, shopping planning, and preparing/using visual schedules
- Improve Foundational Education Skills – organization, study skills, test prep strategies, project planning, using checklists, and time management
- Increase Social Skills – compromise, initiation, conversation, self-advocacy, social media and internet safety, texting safety, and standing up to bullying online and in life
- Positive Parent Partnership – 1 hour a week commitment to carryover your child’s skills into the home, and where life happens.
Small group and individualized instruction directed by a certified behavior consultant (BCBA, COBA) utilizing an ABA teaching methodology to meet your child’s and family’s needs. Plus, you will receive a working binder to facilitate carryover to other settings. This complete 25-day program with parental involvement at home is what every child needs to minimize social, academic, and family life stress and gain more independence. This custom program has limited spots. A maximum of 4 kids are accepted per session. A behavior and skills assessment will be completed to determine qualification.
Funding options include County Boards of DD, Autism Scholarship Program, John Peterson Scholarship, School Districts, and more! Complete our easy, online registration today before it fills!Register Now