Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) has been established as the gold standard treatment for individuals, ages 2-18, with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other diagnoses. ABA therapy focuses on increasing helpful behaviors and decreasing behaviors that are harmful or affect learning.
We provide ABA services for military families enrolled in the Exceptional Family Member Program (EFMP) and TRICARE’s Extended Care Health Option (ECHO) program.
Our treatment focuses on decreasing maladaptive and dangerous behaviors, and to help children and teens develop and master skills in areas such as:
- Social interactions
- Functional communication
- Motor skills
- Adaptive functioning
- Community integration
Children benefit from services provided in-home to learn skills in their natural environment where they are most likely to experience events that trigger maladaptive behaviors.
ABA services include:
- Individualized in-home therapy ranging from 1-50 hours per week based on the child’s clinical needs
- Parent training to strengthen skills acquired during therapy and to provide structure and consistency when responding to the child
We accept referrals from the child’s primary care manager.
Children and teens who have been receiving ABA therapy during treatment at The Barry Robinson Center can transition to in-home services upon discharge with our attending physician’s referral and benefit from continuity of care.
For more information, call 757-455-6100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org