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Anchor ABA is dedicated to providing high quality, personalized ABA therapy services and specialized training in order to increase independence, education, and awareness for individuals and families both on and off the Autism Spectrum.
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Applied Behavior Analysis and ABA Therapy is a functional, comprehensive, and research based form of therapy that examines the environmental variables that influence behavior.
The world of Autism, developmental disabilities, and ABA therapy can be difficult to navigate but your participation is essential for their success. Let us guide you .
Food refusal, food selectivity, and extreme pickiness can be common in those diagnosed with ASD and in young children. All those struggling with a picky eater due to behavior, look no further.
The pandemic has changed a lot for all of us, and let's face it, no one is perfect with change ! Anchor ABA is here to help! We can help create structure and routine for you and your child during this time of at home learning!
Workshops, trainings and courses on ABA geared towards professional educators, clinicians, and students. Are you a BCBA student, BCaBA, or a RBT looking for quality, reliable, and effective supervision? We got your back.
You might be feeling overwhelmed and confused, especially if your child has been newly diagnosed with Autism or a developmental disability. We can walk you through what comes next, even if it's not with us.
Applied Behavior Analysis is a functional, comprehensive, and research based form of therapy that examines the environmental variables that influence behavior. ABA focuses on teaching appropriate behavior, fundamental social skills, functional communication, and independent living skills. ABA is the most effective researched based method of behavior modification to help children who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, various forms of communication disorders, and many other developmental disabilities.
ABA therapy has many benefits and can help decrease inappropriate behaviors while increasing appropriate behavioral skills, independent living skills, verbal communication, functional communication, and play skills.
A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is allowed to administer ABA services. These individuals hold a Masters degree (or higher), pass a national certification exam with the Behavior Analysts Certification Board, and gain a state license to practice.
Similarly, a Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA), Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT), and specially trained Behavior Technicians work under the BCBA to provide the direct ABA treatment services and administer the treatment packages created by the BCBA.
As described by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, a Registered Behavior Technician (or RBT) is a paraprofessional certification in behavior analysis. RBTs assist in delivering behavior analysis services and practice under the direction and close supervision". At Anchor ABA all RBTs are supervised by our BCBAs.
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Anchor ABA accepts most insurances for ABA services. For speciality services, trainings, coaching, and varies other programs offered, Anchor ABA accepts private pay .
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ABA providers are not diagnostic pediatricians. If you suspect that your child may be suffering from a developmental delay, disability, and/or be on the spectrum for Autism you should contact your child's pediatrician. Tests and assessments may be needed by various trained professionals such as a Speech and Language Pathologist, a Psychologist, a Psychiatrist, and a Diagnostic Pediatrician. Be sure that those diagnosing your child's Autism are trained professional and have the credentials necessary to diagnosis.
Autism has been estimated to affect 1 in 54 individuals in the US, and statistics show it is more prevalent in males than females. Early signs of ASD can be noticed in children as young as 6 months of age. If you notice any of the following signs or symptoms in your child or loved ones, you may need to contact one of the above medical professionals:
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The field of Applied Behavior Analysis and ABA therapy has a lot of abbreviations and acronyms for terms we use regularly! Follow the link below to see a list of some of the most common acronyms and their meanings
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