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Contact us to set up a time to discuss your child's needs

  "In our clinic, children are not defined by their diagnosis. They are guided by therapists through challenging language and social interactions in a secure nurturing environment where their individual identity is respected. We do not seek to change your child but set their abilities free."

                                       

Amy Hoeweler-Pedoto                     President

ABAS, M.Ed., BCBA, COBA, LBA

Now Enrolling: 

Morning and afternoon 9-3 pm available in August

Questions to ask when interviewing an ABA provider:

  • Can I observe a therapy session?

  • Can I review my child's data and records?

  • How often does the BCBA modify programing?

  • How often does the BCBA supervise the therapist while the child is present?

  • Is the BCBA located in the vicinity or remote?

  • Is data collected daily? Is a visual display of data used to drive the BCBA's decision making? Are cumulative graphs kept and shared with caregivers?

  • Is there a mode to communicate an accurate picture to caregivers of what each session of therapy looks like daily (ABC data, progress toward goals, prompts used, fading of prompts, interventions used, error corrections, and a plan moving forward)?

  • Ask how the agency handles escape extinction and if they prioritize kindness in their delivery of service

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