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Community applied behavior analysis (ABA) helps people with autism build skills and tackle problem behavior.

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How community ABA works

Our board-certified behavior analysts provide tailored ABA services at a location in the community, such as the home, school, or a supported living setting. As part of a unique treatment plan, behavioral therapists use positive reinforcement, art, music, puzzles, games, outdoor adventures, and more to help build communication, social, academic, and adaptive skills while also decreasing challenging behavior. For intensive ABA therapy, 1:1 staffing is available.

My child has been at Boundless for years. I don't even have words to describe the hard work and dedication his team has poured into him over this time. It literally has been life-changing.

Courtney Lorelle

The benefits of ABA therapy

Since the 1960s, clinicians have used ABA therapy to help people with autism gain new skills and enjoy a variety of positive outcomes.

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Daily living

Focus on the basics, such as following daily routines, mealtime skills, toileting, and hygiene.

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Develop a wide range of communication skills, from learning how to follow directions and simple greetings to improved conversation skills and how to ask for help.

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Build social skills, including sharing, teamwork, and engaging with new people.

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Gain confidence and independence by practicing community-based skills such as grocery shopping, money management, and personal safety.

Is community ABA right for my loved one?

If you have a child with autism enrolled in a traditional school setting, who could benefit from a little extra help with skill development or behavior management, community ABA therapy may be a good option. Contact one of our intake counselors today to learn how we can help your loved one live a more boundless life.

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