There are numerous resources available to you and your child, including public and private insurance, and more. Understanding the sometimes complex qualifications and applications can be confusing, but our experienced staff will help identify potential sources and navigate the process.
No two children are alike, and there is no one-size-fits-all approach to successful ABA. That’s why the BCBAs at Grateful Care ABA performs a comprehensive assessment that allows us to create a highly personal and individualized treatment plan that considers the abilities and needs of each child.
We recognize how vitally important a child’s parents are to the success of our ABA program. We provide them with the training and tools they need to integrate the skills the child is learning through ABA into the home environment. We value the input of parents as we seek to attain the goals we have set for our therapy.
Is your child receiving an adequate level of resources at school to meet her or his needs? Our staff works in close collaboration with each child’s teachers and administrators to ensure they have the necessary training and support to contribute to the foundation we are building at Grateful Care ABA.
Many children experience the most success in learning new skills and behaviors when they’re in a familiar setting. That’s why our ABA therapists will work with your child, one-on-one, in your home. These personal sessions provide individual attention that has been proven highly effective.
Our approach to Applied Behavioral Analysis includes gathering input from each child’s parents, teachers, and other health professionals to help us draw a road map for arriving at the child’s treatment goals.