ABA EXPERTS mission is to provide adequate training to all caregivers involved in our client’s life, equip families, and establish independence. ABA EXPERTS LLC. will collaborate with other professionals, physicians, families and clients to create an effective and meaningful treatment program that results in developing individualism and improves the individuals’ quality of life!
Our purpose is to serve the needs of individuals in our community with cognitive disabilities, this is not limited to individuals with Autism. At ABA EXPERTS we specialize in applied behavior analytic principles. Our goal is to create optimal treatment programs that are individualized and tailored to each client we serve utilizing empirically validated evidence and most current practices.
We strive to provide high-quality programs and services that are:
· Empirically validated
· Supervised and/or provided by licensed/certified personnel in respective fields
· A patient will make greater progress if the caregiver(s) participate in the treatment sessions and home-programming activities.
· Services should be offered in a person-centered manner in the least restrictive environment.
· Our services should help all patients develop a positive self-image, independence and self-control in a fun, engaging environment.
· Each patient and family is unique and services should be sensitive and respectful of the family’s culture, values, beliefs, education, and life experiences.
· Open, honest communication leads to better outcomes.
· We should serve as a resource to families and other professionals serving individuals with special needs.
CORE VALUES OF ABA EXPERTS
ABA Experts provides a program supervised by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA), thus giving the ability to work on functional communication, hygiene skills, independence, daily living skills, appropriate play, and socialization throughout the individual’s day in their natural environments. These areas are the most important targets in learning. Our goal is to impact children from 3 up to 21 to produce significant and lasting behavior change to better the lives of those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder and other developmental challenges. Individuals with an autism spectrum disorder have deficits in their ability to communicate, socialize, and generalize learned behavior into the natural environment. With the acquisition of these skills, they can begin to require a less systematic intervention in a more natural environment. It is also nationally recommended “best practice” that parents and other caregivers be involved in their child's intervention goals and procedures, and that implementation is carried over into their other daily settings, such as home, school, and various parts of their community. Parents and the treatment staff may also choose to have an additional set of goals that are targeted specifically in these other environments. Studies are increasingly showing that by combining the treatment provided by professionals that is supported and extended by the family-unit and others involved directly with the child are more likely to see true progress in attaining the target goals and retaining learned skills.