What is ABA Therapy?
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a method of therapy used to improve or change specific behaviors. ABA seeks to change a child's environment in order to bring positive and lasting changes in their behavior. These changes can be classified as reductions in problem behaviors, or improvements in areas like social skills, reading, academics, and communication, grooming, hygiene, fine motor dexterity, job proficiency and self-management. The state of Georgia requires insurance coverage for the screening, diagnostic testing and treatment of autism spectrum disorder. Levels and access to this coverage may vary depending on your individual insurance provider.
ABA the ACway
We apply the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to help children with Autism improve their academic skills and access less restrictive learning environments.
Discrete Trial Teaching
Pivotal Response Treatment
Verbal Behavior Training
Academic Skill Assessments
Customized Instructional Materials
Children with ASD typically display decreased co-ordination, body awareness, and sensory integration. We support development in these areas via yoga integration and other body-centered activities.
To improve the lives of our client's, we take pride in supporting the community in which they live. Community enrichment programs have long-term benefits for persons with ASD.
Parent Training Courses
Free Community Events
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7000 Rivertown Rd.
4153 Flat Shoals Pkwy Ste. 300a
Decatur, Ga. 30034
(770) 742 - 0249
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Autism Complete Is an In-Network Provider For:
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Medicaid of Georgia