Our ABA Therapy team is led by highly regarded BCBAs and utilize our clinic settings, your child’s school or your home to set up the best environment to increase learning and decrease negative behaviors.
Applied Behavior Analysis is described as a scientific approach because it includes a systematic process of setting goals that are collected for data so negative behaviors can be changed. It can be used in therapy to address learning difficulties and most notably, autism. Behavior analysts in Sugarland apply real-life situations to improve behavior and solve problems of social importance. They seek answers to question like “What is the environment the child is in that causes a negative response?” Behavior analysts are concerned with the role the environment in behavior change. Combining the application of learning principles with an experimental approach is what develops applied behavior analysis.
School Skills is a program for kids ages 3-6 that incorporate ABA into school readiness and success in the classroom and ideal for any child who is getting ready to begin attending a school setting or has been out of the school setting for an extended period and is ready to transition back.
*School Skills is recommended for 5 day a week attendance during one of the following 2 hour blocks (8-10am, 10-12am, 12-2pm, 2-4pm)
Play Pals is a social skills group for kids of all ages designed to similar a play date with another child that is facilitated by a behavior therapist and a BCBA. Play Pals is ideal for any child that struggles to initiate social interaction, play cooperatively with a peer or sibling, has difficulty compromising in play, sharing, or taking turns.
*Play Pals is offered as 2 hour time slots either 2 days per week (Tues/Thurs) or 3 days per week (M, W, F). Time slots include 8-10, 10-12, 12-2, 2-4.
Kids club is a social skills program for kids ages 6-10 that focuses on a combination of school readiness skills, social skills, and group activity. Kids club is ideal for kids who are transitioning back into a school setting that struggle with group instruction, communicating with peers, basic social interaction, and working collaboratively.
*Kids club is offered as 2 hour time slots either 2 days per week (Tues/Thurs) or 3 days per week (M, W, F). 2-4pm.
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