Autism Behavior Services

Autism Behavior Services, Inc. serves children of all ages. Our services are provided year-round with the exception of major holidays.

Our behavior specialists and behavior intervention staff are guided by a curriculum based on the principles of ABA. We provide services that are delivered one to one in your child’s home, community, or school setting and social group services.

Our autism behavior specialists develop age-appropriate goals that introduce and strengthen adaptive, cognitive, social-emotional, and behavioral skills; while our behavior intervention staff implements those goals day-to-day. Our objective is to increase behavioral deficits and decrease behavioral excesses.

In addition to building the essential learning to learn skills, our behavior staff also promote language development and play skills. We strive to include activities that extend our students’ knowledge and understanding of the world, promoting generalization. Our staff further incorporate other research-based methods and strategies that have been found to be effective when working with children with autism.

We are also committed to parent education. We offer parent training to help you better understand and support your child’s program and development.

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Why wait? Request a consultation for your child today. We are looking forward to working with you!

Program Development & Supervision Services

Weekly visits and support by a qualified behavior specialist or analyst to provide quality oversight of all ABA-based programming.

A functional behavior assessment or FBA involves a behavior specialist gathering information and data on the environment and target behaviors in order to determine why behaviors are or are not happening and develop a behavior intervention plan based on that information.

DTT is a systematic approach to teaching that involves presenting specific stimuli and reinforcing specific responses. This helps us to establish stimulus control and provide many opportunities for practice and repetition of a skill.

NET involves teaching skills using an ABC model of behavior during natural routines and activities. Technicians capture and contrive opportunities to teach specific skills or behaviors.

IEP goals and objectives to be objective, observable, and measurable.

Direct observations of target behaviors involve observing a client for a period of time in several different environments and recording detailed information on what happens before, during, and after the target behavior(s).

The principles of Applied Behavior Analysis can be taught to parents and caretakers.

Monthly observations and meetings, support on all task list topics, and guidance on ensuring proper documentation.

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We are pleased to offer an assessment of your child. Please contact us to receive an assessment framework based on your needs.

Direct Intervention Services

Shadowing during in-person and distance learning to support clients on school-based goals to help clients get the most out of their learning environments.

ABA is a scientifically-based process that involves applying the principles of behavior to develop interventions that help individuals learn new skills and decrease challenging behavior.

Direct observations of target behaviors involve observing a client for a period of time in several different environments and recording detailed information on what happens before, during, and after the target behavior(s).

Social skills can be taught using Skills Streaming or BST models of learning. These methods involve first providing clear instructions, then modeling the behavior, role-playing the situation, and then generalizing the skill to naturally occurring opportunities.

What Do We Offer?

The process of systematically applying interventions or improve behaviors.
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We assist with understanding autism, behavior services, and more.
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ABSI groups focus on social-emotional and behavioral growth.
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The trainings can be provided over the course of one day or several days.
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Whether you’re looking for information on Autism, service providers, or just need ideas for yourself or someone else, we hope to provide you access to whatever information you seek.

Phone:

1 (855) 581-0100

Email:

[email protected]

Mailing Address:

2080 N. Tustin Ave Santa Ana, CA 92705

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