WHAT IS APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS?
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) process systematically applies interventions, based on the science of behavior, in order to effectively increase the frequency of desired behaviors, decrease inappropriate behaviors, and teach new skills including communication and social skills.
Applied Behavior Analysis is widely recognized as the single most effective treatment for children with autism spectrum disorder. In addition, it’s the only treatment shown to lead to substantial, lasting improvements in the lives of individuals living with autism.
Comprehensive Assessment and Evaluations
We offer each child an initial comprehensive assessment and evaluation. The comprehensive assessment includes a complete functional applied behavior analysis assessment provided by a highly trained an experienced Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
Our Applied Behavior Analysis Consultation services include as needed:
- Center based evaluations and behavior management sessions
- In – Home behavior management evaluations and sessions
- Individual Treatment program design, development/planning and monitoring
The Chase Behavior Solutions Team is available to offer community seminars in the Kingwood, Humble and Atascocita area.
Parent – Professional ABA Education and Training
We understand the importance for continued parent support and the need for parents to connect with other parents who have similar needs. For this reason, we offer parent and professional training workshops/seminars that are tailored to professionals, clinicians and caregivers as needed.
Social Skills Group and Training
As children with Autism grow older, their social cognitive weaknesses become more and more apparent. The subtleties of the social world can go unnoticed to many of these children and as a result they may struggle socially. Our social group sessions are designed to help children in various social developmental levels achieve success in this area. The children are placed in the appropriate social group designed to address their social areas of need.