Our Services

Personalized Programming

1:1 direct care therapy sessions in the home, school or community. Personalized parent training sessions Individualized treatment plans and Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA)

Early Childhood Services

ThriveTown is our flagship Early Childhood full day clinic based program. Utilizing the tools of natural environment teaching, clients aged 2-5 spend their day with peers working on important social and communication skills in a play-based environment.

Group Services

Afternoon and weekend social skills groups Summer camp

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Key Components of Thrive ABA Program Include:

Assessment: ABA therapists conduct a thorough assessment of an individual’s behavior to identify specific goals and target behaviors. This often involves detailed observations and analysis of the individual’s behavior in different settings.

Goal Setting: Based on the assessment, specific and measurable goals are established. These goals are tailored to the individual’s needs and may include a range of skills such as communication, social interaction, self-care, academic skills, and more.

Interventions: ABA interventions are designed to reinforce positive behaviors and reduce or eliminate undesirable behaviors. Therapists use a variety of techniques, including positive reinforcement, prompting, shaping, and chaining, to teach new skills and modify existing behaviors.

Data Collection: ABA relies on systematic data collection to track progress and make informed decisions about the effectiveness of interventions. Data are used to adjust strategies and refine the treatment plan as needed.

Individualization: ABA programs are individualized to meet the unique needs of each person receiving therapy. Techniques and strategies are tailored to the individual’s strengths, challenges, and preferences.

Generalization and Maintenance: ABA aims to promote the generalization of learned skills across different environments and situations. Additionally, therapists work to ensure that the individual can maintain and use these skills over time.

Collaboration with Caregivers: ABA therapy often involves collaboration with parents, caregivers, and other professionals. Caregivers are typically provided with training and support to reinforce ABA strategies outside of therapy sessions.