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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is an applied therapy based on the science of behavior. It focuses on understanding how and why certain behaviors occur and how they are affected by the environment. From this diagnosis, solutions are found and maladaptive behaviors are reduced, increasing functional replacement skills.

ABA's main goal is to implement evidence-based procedures, intervention and skills that help each person with their behavior. Our team develops an differentiated plan that makes it possible to guide each patient needs.

You can schedule a free consultation with our dedicated team who will help you with the process to initiate ABA therapy.

Most of the health insurances are required to cover ABA services. This could vary according to insurance’s coverage or limitation. We can help you to find out if your insurance benefits and coverage for ABA services.

Behavior Therapy services are provided by a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) working under the direct supervision and training of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), following the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) Code of Ethics.

ABA therapy is the recommended treatment when it is necessary to modify behaviors. It has demonstrated great efficacy in modifying behaviors that constitute a barrier to a healthier life and opportunities to integrate into the age group or social environment.

ABA therapy is used to modify conduct, changing the environment and behavioral contingencies. There are different levels of intervention depending on the needs of each patient, their intellectual capacity and self-control skills.

Individuals should be evaluated by a behavior analyst or any qualified professional who determines the medical necessity of treatment. However, each insurance has its particular requirements. In the case of children, a comprehensive evaluation by a psychologist, referral by their physician, neurologist or psychiatrist and prescription of this therapy meet the requirements for all insurances to initiate the process.

Treatment results depend on multiple variables. The therapies have been shown to be very effective. However, there are many factors that influence the effectiveness of ABA. It depends on the age of the patient (how long has been engaging in these behaviors), the consistency of the treatment in different settings and the involvement of the family or people in the person's life. There are other barriers that are explained at the beginning of the treatment.