What is ABA Therapy?
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is an evidence-based treatment that is effective for people of all ages (from early childhood through adulthood), can involve one-to-one teaching or group instruction, and is provided in a variety of settings (e.g. clinics, homes, and schools). The goal of ABA therapy is to increase helpful, meaningful behavior and skills, and to reduce behavior that is harmful or negatively affects the individual. Each program is written to meet the needs of each individual learner.
How can In-Clinic ABA help my child?
In-clinic therapy can create opportunities that are well-structured and systematic, which might be difficult at times at home. Apple Academy allows children to practice school-readiness skills and social skills.
What is special about Apple Academy?
Apple Academy is a unique alternative to traditional special education, providing individualized programming and a 1:1 staff ratio to maximize learning opportunities for learners ages 2-7.
Apple Academy Goals
- Increase Communication
- Create School Readiness
- Greater Independence
- Improve Fine and Gross Motor Skills
- Expand Social Skills
In-Home ABA Therapy
In-home ABA services allow us to create individualized programs, schedules, and methods that will work for your family. We always offer extensive parent and family training, so that you feel comfortable continuing to practice skills even when our team isn’t there to guide you. Our therapists are trained to provide fun and effective learning strategies for your child because intensive therapy should be focused and fun. Having an effective professional will be so much fun for your child that he or she will run to the door to greet them!
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Whether students return to school full-time, part-time, or continue virtual-learning, BPI has a plan of action for each scenario. BPI has focused on its school consultation program and is offering advanced training and support for educators.