ABA Therapy

What is ABA?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is an evidenced-based and scientific approach to shaping behavior and developing pivotal skills. It helps us to understand learning, behavior and how various environments affect behavior. ABA therapy is widely accepted as an effective treatment that is supported by long term research demonstrating success for individuals diagnosed with autism or Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). 

ABA therapy programs help to increase an individual’s adaptive behaviors including language, communication, focus, self-care, and social skills. It also helps to decrease problematic behaviors that affect learning and social relationships or are harmful. 

For individuals with a diagnosis of autism, ABA services are covered by private insurance in all 50 states. Our team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) work collaboratively with the diagnosing physicians and ADOS-trained clinicians to develop and implement treatment.

Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI)

Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention or EIBI is a therapeutic approach based on the principles of ABA. It is ideal for toddlers 14 months to 5 years of age. It is a well-established treatment for ASD, with intensive therapy recommended for 25 to 40 hours weekly with service levels continually assessed as individuals achieve outcomes and goals.. It addresses developmental delays, cognitive concerns, communication, social and emotional functioning. 

Comprehensive ABA Programs

This is a comprehensive yet generalized program that helps children up to 11 years of age in multiple areas, with structured therapy sessions for 25-35 hours per week. 

Focused ABA Programs

This program is appropriate for school-aged children who need therapy to address a specific skill or acute treatment goal. This focused therapy program is recommended for children as young as 3 years of age for 10 to 25 hours per week. 

Expert Insight, Guidance and Support 

Our dedicated and compassionate team of Behavior Analysts, Registered Behavior Technicians and support staff understands that each child is unique. And, research in autism treatment indicates that early intervention results in better long-term outcomes. 

Assessments are personalized and treatment plans are targeted with expert insight, guidance and support at NeurAbilities Healthcare, every step of the way: 

  • 1:1 In-Home and Clinic-Based Services
  • Expert Board Certified Behavior Analysts
  • Supervised Team of ABA Therapists
  • Customized Program for Your Child
  • Programs Ranging from 10-40 hours per week
  • Measurable Goals to Track Outcomes
  • Clinical Care Coordination 

Please give us a call for more information: 856-346-0005

Insurance-Based Services

NeurAbilities Healthcare is in-network with many insurance providers. Our services are covered under the mental health portion of policies with an autism benefit.  Check here for more details about insurance.

Success Stories

At NeurAbilities Healthcare, we are proud of the services we provide and the strength of our relationships with patients and families. Hear directly from patients who have found success utilizing services in our Autism Services division.

NeurAbilities is a proud member of CNNH NeuroHealth.

NeurAbilities Healthcare is the premier provider of neurological and neurodevelopmental services in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, offering comfort, hope and answers that transform the lives of individuals of all ages, and their families.

Our Mission

To transform the lives of neurodiverse individuals through precision medicine, behavior sciences and therapeutic treatments with compassion, dignity, and respect.

Our Vision

To be the leading provider of comprehensive and coordinated neurological, behavioral, and therapeutic services.

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