We aim to provide effective and individualized high-quality services using the research-driven science and technologies of Applied Behavior Analysis and doing so in a compassionate and approachable manner entrusted with an assent-based learning model with a trauma-informed foundation. We stand behind this approach to allow each individual receiving services to guide their treatment toward a chosen, fulfilled life path with experiences of happiness in life and relationships according to their own terms serving as their ultimate source of motivation for success.
Vision and Core Values: C.A.R.E.
We aim to make our team feel like they are part of a supportive family at AWBP.
We aim to promote dignity and protect the rights, interests, and individual values of our clients and their families, as well as those of our team members.
We have the overall responsibility to provide high-quality services to our clients and their families and to always strive to do better for both our clients and team members.
We are not only obligated to abide by our ethical code of conduct, but enthusiastically strive to bring ethics into the focus of any situation, decision, and/or concern raised.
What We Do
Our team strives to use a contemporary approach to Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to help any individual with autism spectrum disorder discover, learn, and achieve all of their milestones.
With a systematic, ABA-based approach, we apply research-based strategies to improve any individual's socially significant behaviors, including his or her:
· Communication and social skills
· Adaptive Living Skills (ADLs), such as gross and fine motor skills, eating, toileting, dressing, and other forms of self-care
· Community-based skills & more
How does ABA help?
ABA helps by breaking down any task into simple teaching steps. We want every individual to feel like learning is easy and fun! Overall, we aim to teach individuals with autism to increase their independence and positive behaviors, while learning self-control and self-monitoring strategies to help decrease any problem behavior.
A Proven Partnership
Our board-certified behavior analysts (BCBAs) will work with you, the parents, and caregivers, to identify any behaviors to decrease and skills to increase. Together, we will set realistic goals and create a program uniquely designed for any individual.
Please call 720-634-9431 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to know more about our services or start ABA therapy.