Young Achievers ABA Program

This program is ideal for children ages 2 to 5 years old, prior to entering 1st grade.

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In our center-based Young Achievers ABA program, we focus on building preschool and elementary school readiness skills for children diagnosed with autism. Our individual and group instruction focuses on social, adaptive, and communication to allow your child to succeed once they transition to a preschool / school setting with less support. Learning, growing, and thriving!

Benefits of the Program

Learning Skills

Learning prerequisite skills taught in both 1:1 and peer group settings with a behavior therapist, based on each child’s individualized needs.

Circle Time

Circle time and centers that provide an opportunity for children to engage with peers and develop social and communication skills in small group settings.

Caregiver Collaboration

Parent-Caregiver collaboration to help children generalize skills learned in our clinic to the home environment.

Goals of the Program

Prior to beginning the Young Achievers Program, an individualized behavior assessment is conducted to provide insight into the skills and goals each child needs to be successful, such as:

  • Following a routine
  • Communication
  • Functional play skills
  • Socialization
  • Adaptive skills
  • Health & safety

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

VIDEO: Transitioning from ABA to School Services

Presenter: Erin O’Brien, BCBA
Board Certified Behavior Analyst, NeurAbilities Healthcare

When should a child transition from ABA clinic services to school-based services? In this presentation, NeurAbilities’ Erin O’Brien, BCBA will discuss how to know when to transition your child and what services may be available from your public school district. As a former Child Study Team member for a NJ school district and Developmental Interventionist for the early intervention system, Erin will also share when and how to initiate the IEP (Individual Education Plan) process, what to expect from the members of the child study team (CST) and the components of an IEP.

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 15-40 hours per week
  • Measurable Goals to Track Outcomes
  • Clinical Care Coordination 

Comprehensive ABA Programs

This program is focused on early and intense intervention and provides 20 to 40 hours per week of direct 1:1 intervention, based on patient age and clinical need.

Focused ABA Programs

This program provides specific therapeutic services that address remediation of problem behaviors and targeted skill development based on the functional and skill assessments. Services are provided at no less than 15 hours per week.

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.

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.

Enjoy sneak peeks of some of our treatment centers. Each clinic has a unique theme that brings the center to life. For a full list of locations please click the button below.

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