Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)?
Founded on Christian values, we use the science of Applied Behavior Analysis to provide exceptional therapy to make valuable and lasting progress with every family we serve.
Our partnership with each family. We believe that every member of a partnership plays a vital role in the progress a patient makes and sustains throughout his or her life.
Our partnership with each team member. We believe that by building a passionate team, we will promote the well-being of each team member and ultimately provide the highest quality therapy for our families.
Our partnership with our community. We believe that by building strong connections throughout the community, we can promote a stronger network of support for our families.
The United States Surgeon General concluded, “Thirty years of research demonstrated the efficacy of applied behavioral methods in reducing inappropriate behavior and in increasing communication, learning and appropriate social behavior.”
United States Surgeon General. Mental health: A report of the Surgeon General. Washington, DC: Author.
Is my family member eligible for ABA Services?
ABA can be used to support patients with a wide range of behavioral needs. ABA is most commonly used to support persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). While we at Hope ABA are able to support most behavioral needs for persons aged 2-21, insurance companies may limit coverage to those with specific diagnoses.
We currently accept the following insurances:
Behavior Analysis is, quite simply, the scientific study of behavior. In Applied Behavior Analysis, we take the science and apply it to real life situations. It is the most effective treatment for persons with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
ABA can be used to address behaviors of any individual, regardless of diagnosis. While it is most frequently used in supporting persons with ASD, it is also used in supporting children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Oppositional Defiance Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, and Developmental Disabilities.