Behavior Analysis (BA) treatment is available for individuals aged 0-21 who have been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and other behavioral/emotional disorders causing severe functional limits. BA treatment may be appropriate for individuals experiencing self-aggression, self-injury, severe communication problems, and difficulties with self-care and recognizing risk. 
Our Lead Behavior Analysts will work with you and your family to create an individualized behavior plan to address your child's unique behavioral difficulties. Our Behavior Assistants will provide highly structured interventions in your home and in school, if appropriate. The BA protocol will promote positive behavior change in your child's life by reinforcing desirable and appropriate behaviors while decreasing those that are problematic. Our highly trained staff will provide continuous education to you and your family to ensure that you are able to manage your child's behaviors even when you are no longer receiving our services. Our goal is to build on your child's and your family's strengths while providing you with the knowledge and behavioral management techniques that will help your child reach their potential.
Requirements: Individuals must have a referral specifically for Behavior Analysis Assessment and Treatment from their primary care physician, neurologist, or psychiatrist. The referral must include an acceptable diagnosis. Please contact us with any questions regarding this requirement.
We are currently able to offer our Behavior Analysis services through Medicaid, as well as on a self-pay basis. Please contact our offices for further information regarding self-pay options.