ABA Therapy

Behavior Therapy - Applied Behavior-Analysis

At LLA, we provide Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy that meet the individualized needs of your child. ABA therapy focuses on reinforcement and shaping skills to help your child meet his or her milestones. Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) assess and evaluate your child’s motivation for learning to decrease symptoms of autism that competes with learning meaningful skills. Our clinic ABA services offers intensive therapy that addresses receptive/expressive language, fine/gross motor skills, play skills, social skills, and self-helps skills. We provided services to children as young as 18 months of age into adulthood which includes social skills groups.​ For recipients of the Autism Scholarship Foundation, we also address academic and IEP goals.

Our ABA department leadership team consists of registered behavior technician (RBT) fellows, behavior analysts, and the director of behavior services. We meet as often as needed to review each child’s progress and their needs. LLA values treatment integrity, family and teacher collaboration, and multi-disciplinary treatment. The benefits of receiving ABA in the clinic setting include having a behavior analyst always available for consultation and direct therapy provided by an RBT. Each child is provided with 1:1 ABA therapy throughout the day provided by a RBT or BCBA. Our RBT fellows are individuals pursuing a degree in behavior analysis and have been accepted in our mentoring and supervision program. The fellows assist the behavior analysts to oversee the child’s overall progress. Your child also has the ability to access speech therapy, occupational therapy, and physical therapy during their day at LLA Therapy.

For further information, please contact our office at 330-867-2240