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What We Do

ABA Inc. provides behavior based interventions to all individuals with behavior programming needs in particular Autism Spectrum Disorders. ABA Inc. relies on research based methods in developing programs for individuals to enhance their quality of life, independent living skills, communication, social as well as academic skills. Behavior and educational service delivery will be intensive in nature and based on Applied Behavior Analysis principles designed around the individuals needs. The primary focus is to increase student achievement in the areas of academic, adaptive, social and communication skills by utilizing proven research based methods. ABA Inc. is dedicated to the advancement of positive behavior support practices and hopes to share behavior and educational principles with families and communities to ensure students play an active role in society. Please review our 'What We Do' page for a more detailed account of how we work with our clients.

 

Our Mission Statement

Autism Behavior Associates Inc. is dedicated to enabling individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders to live their life to their maximum potential. Behavioral and educational service delivery will be intensive in nature and based on Applied Behavior Analysis principles designed around the individual’s needs. The primary focus is to increase student achievement in the areas of academic, adaptive, social and communication skills by utilizing proven research based methods. ABA Inc. is dedicated to the advancement of positive behavior support practices and hopes to share these principles with families and communities to ensure students play an active role in society and improve their quality of life.

Our Trusted Partners

Please note that the below list of websites is only a small fraction of sites available with valuable information. ABA Inc. hopes that these sites will lead you to all the information that you may need.

 safety-care tri-west 
catalyst
autisim speaks national autism association
ICDRC