Connect Plus Therapy provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and their families. Due to changes in legislation, most health insurance plans cover ABA services to children with ASD. We currently provide these services throughout Southern NJ and the Greater Philadelphia Area.
Our home and community-based ABA services are person centered and family driven. We take the time to do an intensive planning process to focus on the socially relevant goals personalized to your child’s needs. We work together with the early intervention, special education, or other team of professionals to maximize each child’s learning opportunities. Our agency currently serves children as young as 18 months of age through adulthood.
Connect Plus Therapy Services
Schools and Community
Superior BCBA Clinical Supervision
Social Skills Group
Once we confirm OON and ABA benefits, our Clinical Supervisor and BCBA Assess and Develop a Treatment Plan.
The team is then formed, consisting of the Clinical Supervisor, BCBA and Behavior Technicians.
Next, a schedule of therapy is executed that takes into consideration the family’s priorities and optimal therapy times to address meaningful goals.
After the first six months, the team engages in a thorough reassessment during which progress is summarized and new goals are developed.
Treatments for a Child with ASD
Intensive ABA one-on-one therapy to teach new skills
Implementation of Behavior Plan to reduce behaviors of concern
Use of a unique Cognitive Behavior Therapy/Behavior Skills Training (BST) approach to social skills instruction called POWER-Solving, AIM, and Skill Streaming
Play based therapy using Natural Environment Teaching (NET)
Use of the Early Start Denver Model Checklist for developmentally sensitive assessment
Community inclusion with structured goals
Development of pre-vocational programming
Social Skills Groups for adults and children
Parent Education Support Center
On-site and in-home parent training and coaching
Use of a Formal Parent Training Curriculum – ABA Parent Training Curriculum by Heather Gillmore
Social Worker support
Parent Support Group
QBS: Safety Care for Families
Webinars and Workshops
Coming Soon: Sibshop- Working with siblings in a fun and dynamic environment
Daily Living Skills Training
Sleep Hygiene Program to improve client’s sleep quality
Toilet Training, both traditional and intensive approaches
Feeding Program to expand the variety and amount of foods eaten
Personal Independence: Dressing, meal prep, home skills, etc.
More Social Skills Groups