What is ABA
The U.S. Surgeon General endorses ABA as the safe and effective treatment of autism.
On average, children receive ABA treatment, as a treatment for autism, for two to six years.
The Association for Science in Autism Treatment (ASAT) recommends ABA “because ABA currently has sustainably more scientific support than any other behavioral or educational intervention for children with ASD.
At Great Heights, we use validated ABA treatment methods such as direct instruction, video modeling, reinforcement strategies, and parent training to help children develop and strengthen behaviors comprehensively.
We chart and monitor the progress of every child to ensure we are always reaching goals while keeping families and caregivers informed. We know that accountability is critical to success.
Treatment isn’t one size fits all. That’s why every client is treated as an individual with a customized treatment that yields results.
Teachers can expect to progressively see positive changes in their students who receive treatment at Great Heights.
The Great Heights ABA child development staff is comprised of board-certified behavior analysts (BCBA), board-certified assistant behavior analysts (BaBA), and registered behavior technicians (RBT).