What should I expect?
When you first contact ABA Interventions, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will schedule an appointment to conduct an initial assessment. During the initial assessment, you will be asked to discuss in detail about your child’s behaviors, skills, communication methods, and treatment/medical history. Assessments may also include a Functional Behavior Assessment, ABLLS-R, VB-MAPP, or PEAK.
After assessments and observations are completed, a BCBA will write individualized program goals and a treatment plan for your child and family. Then, therapy can begin! Program goals are recorded and graphed throughout ABA therapy.
Therapy sessions can range from 1.5-3 hours per session, meeting two or more times per week. Sessions typically target skill acquisition and academic skills, daily living skills, functional engagement (play and leisure skills), social skills, communication/verbal behavior, and classroom readiness skills.