ABA Therapy Services
What is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)?
An evidence based treatment approach for people with autism. ABA has become widely accepted among health care professionals and used in many schools and treatment clinics. ABA encourages positive behaviors and discourages negative behaviors in order to improve a variety of skills. The individual’s progress is tracked and measured.
What is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)?
An individual who will have completed a minimum of a Master’s Degree from an accredited university that was a) conferred in behavior analysis, education, or psychology, or b) conferred in a degree program in which the pre-certificant completed a BCBA approved course of study. A BCBA has completed an approved course of study either on line or in the classroom. A minimum of 1500 hours of field experience is required to be documented and at least 75 hours must be under the direct supervision of a BCBA.
What is ABA Behavior Therapy?
Behavior Therapy is tailored to each individual to address their skill set and/or problematic behavior. Academic and behavioral programs are developed and/or over seen by Board Certified
Behavior Analysts who are licensed by the State of Missouri. Therapy is provided in a 1:1 staff to client ratio. Therapy can be provide in-home or in-clinic settings.
Some ways ABA Therapy supports people with autism.
Process for Obtaining ABA Behavior Therapy from Judevine:
ABA Therapy Intake and Insurance Process