Behavioral Programming

By | September 28, 2020

The behavior reduction program is designed for children who may or may not have a diagnosis but who engage in disruptive behavior in the home, school or community settings. This program focuses on teaching parents, teachers and other caregivers how to effectively decrease a child’s disruptive behavior and increase compliance and other appropriate behaviors. Please read the originial… Read More »

Family and Community Support

By | September 28, 2020

At REACH we strive to provide a warm, supportive environment to both the children and the families we serve. It’s overwhelming to process a new diagnosis but you don’t have to do it alone. We help provide resources to those new to the diagnosis and families in need of further support. Please read the originial post here: https://reachabatherapy.com/service/family-community-support/

Direct Therapy

By | September 28, 2020

REACH Behavioral Therapists provide direct therapy which is guided by Individual treatment programs. These are developed by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), based on a variety of student assessment results (e.g., VB-MAPP, FBA), direct observations, and input/feedback from parents, school or facility staff, and/or therapist(s). Please read the originial post here: https://reachabatherapy.com/service/direct-therapy/

Evaluations and Assessment

By | September 28, 2020

Each child is unique and therefore we believe it is our job to design a behavior intervention program that is individualized to your child’s specific needs. There is no “one-size-fits-all” ABA program. Your child is unique and has specific strengths and weaknesses requiring a program to be designed to meet their individual needs. Please read the originial post… Read More »