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In-home Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services apply individualized plans to meet the need of each child. This can include functional communication, basic academics (as permitted by the funding source), social and self-help skills, and independent play. Some teaching methods used include but are not limited to the Analysis of Verbal Behavior, Discrete Trial Training, NET/Incidental Teaching and Pivotal Response Training. All STE programs use principles of ABA to capture each individual’s motivation and maximize success.

Early Intervention
Social & Behavior Skills Training


Comprehensive ABA Care

Generally for children under the age of 5 and especially for children under 3 years of age

Each child is assessed using the VB-MAPP (Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program, written by Mark Sundberg, PhD, BCBA), the Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales, an interview and observation, functional assessment (when appropriate), and a comprehensive records review

The treatment plan developed outlines the child’s strengths and deficits and identifies goals for skill acquisition and behavior reduction


Goals span all developmental domains and prioritize cultivating the child’s skills to the level of same-age peers


All Comprehensive ABA Care programs require parent participation and training as parents are an integral and essential part of their child’s learning


Hour recommendations can range from 25 hours per week to 40 hours per week based on assessment results. Research demonstrates that children under 3 benefit the most when they receive at least 25 hours of ABA per week


Services can take place in the home, pre-school, school (as permitted), and out in the community.

Social Skills Training & Behavior Reduction

For children and adults of all ages

Each individual’s treatment plan and goals are based on a comprehensive assessment, similar to the EI assessment described above


Goals address areas of deficit and excess, focusing primarily on behaviors that prevent individuals from fully participating in their families and communities. Such behaviors include aggression and self-injury. A focus is placed on teaching adaptive skills that enhance the lives of individuals, such as dressing and toileting

Goals can also include teaching communication skills, including advanced social conversation

Social Skills Training and Behavior Reduction programs require parent participation as parents are an integral part of their child’s learning

Hour recommendations range from 10-20 hours per week based on the needs of the individual. Hours are established with the clinical recommendation of the Board Certified Behavior Analyst


Services can take place in the home, pre-school, school (as permitted), and out in the community.



STE Consultants can provide consultation services only, as needed to parents of children with any challenging or dangerous behavior

Similarly to the above services, a comprehensive assessment is conducted to guide the development of the treatment plan

A BCBA works directly with and trains the parents/caregivers on procedures developed to target the needs of the individual


Hour recommendations vary depending on the needs of the individual and his/her parents or caregivers


Services can take place in the home, pre-school, school (as permitted), and out in the community.


Funding Sources

We are in-network with the following insurance companies:

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We are also in network with: (and/or accept Private Pay)