Our ABA therapy program for children with autism is administered by our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs). These clinicians work together to ensure that each child in at The Place receives comprehensive, individualized treatment, delivered with compassion.
Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)
BCBAs are the lead ABA clinicians steering the course of each child’s healthy development. When starting at The Place, a BCBA will work with you to develop a treatment plan based on your child’s unique needs and goals. The BCBA designs lessons, supervises your child’s one-on-one therapist (RBT), analyzes data on your child’s progress, and adjusts the treatment plan as needed. Your child’s BCBA will keep you updated on developments, as well as providing family training services and support.
Certified by the Behavior Analysis Certification Board, BCBAs are expert practitioners in ABA therapy. The BCBA credential indicates that a person is qualified to oversee a program in behavior analysis. BCBAs hold advanced degrees and have completed relevant coursework as well as supervised fieldwork in behavior analysis.
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Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)
A Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) is an ABA professional who provides one-on-one therapy for your child under the guidance and supervision of the BCBA. RBTs are trained in ABA techniques to teach crucial skills for communication, socialization, and reaching developmental milestones. The RBT will collect data on your child’s progress, collaborating with the BCBA to ensure your child receives the best care possible.
All our clinicians follow a strict code of ethics, and are dedicated to your child’s happiness and success. The Place for Children with Autism is an accredited Behavioral Health Center of Excellence and has been recognized as a Top 50 Healthcare Provider in the United States by the International Forum on Advancements in Healthcare.
Most children with autism respond well to therapy, especially if started early in life. Depending on the level of severity, many children on the autism spectrum are able to participate in traditional school, and may end up leading entirely independent adult lives. Get in touch today to learn more about how we can help your child with autism.
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