We bring the therapy to you! With our in-home ABA our trained BCBAs and RBTs come to you and provide services in the most comfortable environment for your child, their home. At this time Anchor ABA has a 15 hour a week minimum for any in home ABA clients.
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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. At this time, 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 is most commonly known for helping children with behavioral concerns. However, based on numerous peer reviewed research, Anchor ABA believes it can be beneficial for all. ABA has been used to help assist children both on and off the spectrum, the geriatric population, weight loss/fitness, businesses and organizations, and many more populations in-between.
At Anchor ABA our staff work tirelessly to ensure that only the most trusted evidence-based, and data-driven methods are utilized. All ABA therapy treatment packages are designed for the specific needs of your child by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and administered by Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBAs) and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) in order to help every child reach their highest potential.
Although all ABA treatment packages are individualized to your child’s needs and their individual learning style, Anchor ABA focuses on:
ABA therapy has the ability to modify and improve skills including but not limited to:
The following is more resources for your research on Applied Behavioral Analysis therapy.
Baer, D., Wolf, M., & Risley, R. (1968). Some current dimensions of applied behavior analysis. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 1, 91 – 97.
Baer, D., Wolf, M., & Risley, R. (1987). Some still-current dimensions of applied behavior analysis. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 20, 313 – 327.
Maine Administrators of Services for Children with Disabilities (MADSEC) (2000). Report of the MADSEC Autism Task Force.
Myers, S. M., & Plauché Johnson, C. (2007). Management of children with autism spectrum disorders. Pediatrics, 120, 1162-1182.
National Academy of Sciences (2001). Educating Children with Autism. Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education.
New York State Department of Health, Early Intervention Program (1999). Clinical Practice Guideline: Report of the Recommendations: Autism / Pervasive Developmental Disorders: Assessment and Intervention for Young Children (Age 0-3 years).
Sulzer-Azaroff, B. & Mayer, R. (1991). Behavior analysis for lasting change. Fort Worth, TX: Holt, Reinhart & Winston, Inc.