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ABA Therapy

Our Technicians and Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) offer individual sessions that provide a safe and supportive environment for our clients to develop new skills and overcome obstacles that may be interfering with accessing an independent life.

Child Model


The therapist implements the treatment plan through regular therapy sessions, which may take place in a variety of settings, such as in the individual's home, at school, or in a clinic. The therapist may use a variety of techniques, such as positive reinforcement, modeling, and prompting, to help the individual learn and practice new skills and behaviors.

Throughout the course of therapy, the therapist continually monitors the individual's progress towards their goals. They may make adjustments to the treatment plan as needed, based on the individual's progress and feedback from the family.


The final step in the ABA process is to promote generalization of the skills and behaviors learned in therapy to real-world settings. The therapist works with the individual and their family to practice and reinforce the skills in a variety of settings and situations, such as at home, at school, and in the community.



The first step in the ABA process is to conduct a comprehensive assessment of the individual's current skills, behaviors, and needs. This may involve observations, interviews with family members and other caregivers, and standardized assessments. The assessment helps to identify areas of strength and weakness, as well as specific goals for therapy.

Respectful Goal Setting

Based on the assessment, the therapist works with the individual and their family members to set specific, measurable goals for therapy. These goals may relate to social, communication, academic, or self-care skills, and are tailored to the individual's specific needs and abilities.

Kickstart ABA Therapy with Interplay

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