What is Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy?
New Summit Behavioral Therapy understands that each child is unique and deserves a specialized and tailored treatment approach. We work diligently with the child and family to develop a treatment plan that fits their specific needs in an effort to make functional gains. New Summit believes early intervention is key, while also understanding that children need to enjoy being children. This approach emphasizes an important balance of intensive intervention and naturalistic teaching strategies.
Parents are key players in their child's therapy. New Summit Behavioral Therapy works with parents to develop individualized treatment and understand ABA principles, allowing for successful integration of therapy into all aspects of their child's life.
ABA is composed of:
ABA only utilizes evidence based practices that have been proven effective.
New Summit specializes in early intervention, serving children 18-months to 7-years of age with an autism diagnosis.
Therapy hours are based on individual needs, however services can range from 5-35 hours per week.
Online Data Collection
Each learner will have an individualized treatment plan composed of goals. Each goal's progress will be tracked through electronic data collection that can be analyzed and adjusted, as needed, throughout therapy.
Utilizes ABA principles within the learner's environment, making therapy blend into every day occurances.
Discrete Trial Instruction
A systematic instruction style within ABA that breaks down skills into smaller repetitive steps to aid in learning.