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 during group activities.
Client-Specific programming is created by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who oversees and managed the treatments provided by our technicians.
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 the 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
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 carry out the goals of a child's IEP for ESY services.