The Barry Robinson Center’s ABA program provides the best practice and highest quality of care. Our clients’ socially significant behavior needs come first. We utilize trauma-informed approaches to behavior to ensure the best care possible.
Our program is not diagnosis specific. We provide services to a broader population who can benefit from significant behavior change. We focus on regulation and connection to combat challenging behaviors with compassion.
Our ABA staff tailor the recommended hours of therapeutic treatment a week to the individual clinical need of the learner. We assess skills and performance to identify each learner’s skill and behavioral needs.
By integrating reinforcement and behavior reduction strategies, we help create an environment that increases appropriate behavior and decreases maladaptive behavior with appropriate replacement behavior.
Our services are available in-home or center-based to promote best practice. This helps the learner develop and maintain skills in their familiar environment, and then apply those skills across environments. We determine location of services on availability and needs of the learner.
As part of treatment, we integrate family training into therapy to holistically strengthen the skills acquired and provide consistency in treatment.
BRC offers experts in the field of ABA. Our board certified and licensed professionals have an eclectic range of experience with co-morbid mental health and developmental disorder diagnoses.
A physician or psychiatrist needs to provide a referral for ABA services.
After we receive the referral and your insurance provider approves it, our admissions team completes an initial call assessment with you.
Next, we’ll schedule an intake interview and assessment with a behavior analyst. Based on the client’s skills, performance and behavioral needs, the analyst writes an individualized treatment plan and behavior intervention plan.
After treatment plan approval, services can begin.