ABA & Behavioral Support Services
Connect Plus Therapy is therapy with heart. Through high-quality, compassionate Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) we focus on the overall quality of life for our clients and their families.
The relationships we form with families are the core of our success. We use a naturalistic approach for the goal of supporting the individual, as well as their family’s needs. Our mission is to help clients reach their greatest potential by using data-driven, evidence-based, and developmentally appropriate practices that will promote lasting, socially meaningful change.
ABA allows us to target skill deficits and teach other everyday skills that children and adults with autism need to live full, enriched lives.
We Help Those With Autism Who Struggle With:
- Self-management Skills
- Daily Routines
- Daily Living Skills
- Bedtime Routines
- School Schedules
- Destructive and Self-injurious Behaviors
- Social Skills
- New Environment Transitions
As providers, we only have your child for a small portion of their week. However, as a parent, you are a significant player in the progress your child can make. Parents must be entirely on board with our approach and be involved in their child's ABA sessions for steady and meaningful progress. Our number one goal as providers is to work ourselves out of a job. As much as we love your child, we cannot always be there; as a parent, you must learn the basics of ABA so that progress continues even when we are not there.
Parent and caregiver training is an integral part of your child's treatment and is often an insurance provider requirement for authorization of ABA. Therefore, your child's treatment and parent/caregiver training will include goals and reporting to meet insurance requirements.
While we may be experts in ABA therapy, no one knows more about your child, and their needs, than you. At times, one of our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) may recommend an intervention that has worked for our staff, only to learn that this intervention isn't feasible for the child or parent. When this happens, only open communication with your BCBA will resolve the issue. Furthermore, suppose your treatment priorities change, or a new area of need presents itself. In that case, we can modify treatment to ensure our work remains meaningful and continues to impact your family positively.
- Use of a formal ABA parent training curriculum
- In-person and virtual parent training webinars and workshops
- On-site, in-home, and virtual parent support and coaching
- Social Worker support
- Parent Liaison
- Ongoing clinical team support