New Heights ABA will create the most appropriate treatment package that may encompass a combination of play-based, natural environment and/or a more intensive therapeutic approach.
We will determine the most appropriate assessment to use with your child. The following assessment used focus on early learner skills, social and adaptive:
Developing an appropriate treatment plan may require multiple interviews across caregivers, schools and other providers, and observations.
• Functional Analysis (FAs)
• Functional Behavior Assessments (FBAs)
• Treatment Plans
• Behavior Intervention Plans
ABA therapy is provided by Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) or Behavior Technicians (BTs) working towards RBT credential. The ratio for most ABA is 1:1--that means one technician per learner. For learners who are working on group skills, the ratio may change to 1 "teacher" up to four learners.
Our approach at New Heights ABA is to deliver ABA in a trauma informed way. This basically means that we will deliver treatment using the LEAST RESTRICTIVE intervention where possible. We review the progress regularly and make changes if a least restrictive approach isn't working. We offer the following types of treatment:
• Discrete Trial Training (DTT) and Intensive Trial Teaching (ITT)
• Natural Environment Teaching (NET)
• Applied Verbal Behavior (AVB)
• Social Skills and Group Training
• Client-Specific Programming created by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
Also, our caregivers and families are a component to the success of our learners.
New Heights ABA is able to coordinate with a child's school on implementing ABA at the clinic or within the classroom. We are also able to carryout the goals of a child's IEP for ESY services.