How does In-Clinic ABA Therapy work?
At the initial phase of in-clinic ABA therapy, the therapist focuses on rapport building and allows the learner to explore the clinic environment. At BPI, we take pride in our children wanting to participate and engage in the therapy. After the child feels comfortable in the environment (including the therapist) and shows interest in some activities or toys, we will systematically teach the child how to communicate his or her needs/wants, respond to instructions/questions, and participate in group activities with peers.At BPI, our primary In-Clinic ABA therapy is delivered via our Apple Academy program.
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
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.
Frequently Asked Questions
ABA is a therapy that focuses on increasing and teaching behaviors that we want to see more of (communication, life skills, play skills, and school readiness) while decreasing challenging behaviors. ABA is supervised by a BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) and therapy is conducted by an RBT (Registered Behavior Technician).
No, BPI has a range of services that will accomodate learners at various stages of their process.
Yes! BPI offer both in-clinic and in-home ABA services. During the initial assessment your BCBA will recommend what they think is the best learning environment for your child.