APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS (ABA)
Behavior Analysis is the scientific approach to understanding behavior. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) applies the principles of learning and motivation to manage challenging behaviors and increase functional skill development. ABA is an evidence-based approach and is widely recognized as a safe and effective treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental disabilities.
APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS THERAPY (ABA)
Yes! Understanding Behavior can provide services up to the number of hours that have been authorized by your insurance provider. Our ABA Providers have the capacity to deliver services any day of the week as intensively as needed and authorized.
Understanding Behavior believes in taking a collaborative approach to treatment. We will work with any individual and/or support services that we are authorized to provide services to.
Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts are responsible for determining which approach to assessment they will employ based on their initial intake meeting. Assessments can include record review, interviews, direct observation and formal clinical assessments. Assessments include, but are not limited to the following: – Social Responsiveness Scale
– Motivational Assessment Scale
– Reinforcer Assessment for Individuals with Severe Disabilities (RAISD)
– Strong Interest Inventory (SII)
– Parent Stress Index
– Scales of Independent Behavior – Revised (SIB-R)
– Adaptive Behavior Assessment System
– Developmental Assessment of Young Children (DAYC)
– Vineland II
– Child Autism Rating Scale (CARS)
Understanding Behavior supports the use of any evidence-based methods used for treatment within the scope of best practice behavior analysis. Based on the initial assessment, your Behavior Analyst will determine the best approach to treatment.
LOCATION & SERVICE AREAS
INSURANCE COVERAGE OF ABA THERAPY
Every insurance plan is different, and must be thoroughly evaluated to determine whether or not Applied Behavior Analysis is covered. A majority of our clients do access their insurance benefits at some level.