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What is ABA?

ABA therapy is a behavioral therapy based on the science of behavior analytic studies.  ABA therapy can increase language and communication skills, improve social and functional daily living skills and decrease problem behaviors.

Our therapy is adapted to meet the individual needs for your child and can be provided at home, at school or in the community. We teach skills that are helpful and useful in your child’s every day life.

Build Skills
Increase Communication
Manage Behaviors
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What we offer:

In-Home Behavioral Therapy for children and young adults ages 0-21.

Our goal is to provide the most clinically effective treatment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).


How does it work?

Intake/Paper Work

The first step in our process begins with filling out a welcome packet intake form. Before beginning services, we will need some background information about your child. Please complete this form and return it to your assigned case manager.

Verify Benefits/Authorize Assessment

Our Team will contact your insurance carrier to find out if you have coverage for ABA services. If your insurance benefits include ABA services, we will receive an authorization for your child's assessment.

Comprehensive Assessment

A skilled BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) will assess your child’s functioning level in the areas of communication, social skills, adaptive daily living and behavior.

Treatment Plan

Once the assessment is completed, the BCBA will create an individualized treatment plan for your child. No two treatment plans are alike. We develop a customized treatment plan that helps your child meet his/her goals and maximize his/her full potential.

ABA/Verbal Behavior Therapy

After the treatment plan is developed, your child will be assigned an ABA trained therapist that will work with your child on the goals prescribed in the treatment plan. Your child’s ABA therapist will come to work with him/her in the comfort of your own home. Treatment can additionally take place at school or in the community to ensure generalization and maintenance.

Parent Training

We at Achievements ABA believe that parents play an important role in the child’s treatment plan because no one knows the child better their parent. Your BCBA will meet with you once a week for a parent training session. He/she will discuss your child’s goals and progress with you. During this time you can discuss any questions or concerns with your BCBA and get the proper guidance in how to help your child maximize his/her full potential.


We know how costly a child on the spectrum can be. We at Achievements Therapy involve the insurance companies to help our parents with the cost of therapy. Most insurance plans cover ABA therapy for an Autism diagnosis. Achievements accepts most insurance carriers and are happy to help you through the process.

We work with most insurance companies
including Medicaid

Learn more about the TEFRA/Katie Beckett Medicaid Program