The ABA Program
At Pediatric Therapy Studio our client's care is a top priority. We use only proven, research-based therapy.
Pediatric Therapy Studio fosters independence and improves the quality of life for children with developmental disabilities through an individualized treatment approach based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis.
Early intervention, which ultimately improves your child’s prognosis.
Our BCBA starts by reviewing all available information. Parents will complete comprehensive questionnaires.
Our BCBA will conduct an intensive clinical interview with parents to understand your concerns; followed by an observation of your child.
Short and long term goals are set by parents in collaboration with the BCBA.
All goals are broken down into teachable components.
Therapy is a team approach that involves implementing direct therapy, monitoring progress, updating treatment goals and observing your child’s progress throughout the direct process.
Our BCBA will set up bi-monthly meetings to implement family training and/or conduct an overall check-in to review progress and discuss upcoming goals. Monthly family workshops are also conducted at our center and via telehealth.
Benefits of ABA Therapy
ABA therapy is the most frequently recommended option for the treatment of ASD (autism spectrum disorder). It’s the therapy most supported by reputable sources, including The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), The National Institutes of Health (NIH), the U.S. Surgeon General, most major insurance companies and state health agencies, the American Medical Association, and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
What is ABA?
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is an evidence-based method used to improve or change specific behaviors. ABA therapy has been effectively used to improve behaviors like social skills, reading, academics, and communication, as well as learned skills such as grooming, hygiene, and functional daily living skills.
At Pediatric Therapy Studio we not only focuses on improving the life of the child with an autism or developmental delay diagnosis, but also the overall quality of life for the entire family.