Young Achievers Program
Recognizing Small Gains as Big Wins
The Benefits of this ABA Program
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 and centers that provide an opportunity for children to engage with peers and develop social and communication skills in small group settings.
Parent-Caregiver collaboration to help children generalize skills learned in our clinic to the home environment.
The Goals of this ABA 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
Functional play skills
Health & safety
Your Journey to ABA Therapy
The process for qualifying for and receiving ABA services can sometimes feel overwhelming. In this comprehensive in-depth video, NeurAbilities staff help explain the five key steps along your journey.
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