A B A T H E R A P Y
Applied Behavior Analysis
An evidence-based treatment to support your child acquire skills they need to be successful in school, in the community, and at home
O U R A P P R O A C H
Individualized & Comprehensive
The Language and Behavior Center knows that children learn more when they're having fun. We take a play-based approach to our ABA sessions, with teaching embedded in everyday activities. We work with each family to ensure goals are meaningful to both the child and their family.
All ABA sessions are supervised by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and run by Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs). Our staff undergo rigorous training to ensure they stay up-to-date on best-practice strategies to support you and your child. We often consult with our in-house Speech and Language Pathologists (SLPs) to provide a comprehensive therapy model.
While your RBT works with your child, your BCBA will provide ongoing caregiver training designed to provide you with the necessary skills and strategies to support your child. Our BCBAs will also collaborate with your child's support network, such as his or her teacher, occupational therapy, and other family members.
W H A T I S A B A ?
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is an individualized therapy approach that promotes learning for children that need extra support.
ABA therapy can help with language development, social-emotional skills, play, and self-help skills. The Language and Behavior Center works with each family to develop individualized goals and strategies that supports each child's needs.
N E X T S T E P S
Where Do I Start?
If you're interested in getting started, please fill out an intake form so we can get started as soon as possible.
If you have more questions, please send us an email or give us a call. We work with most major insurance companies, including Maryland Medicaid, Kaiser, Aetna, Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Health, Optum, and Tricare. If we're not currently in-network with your insurance, we can work with you to submit out-of-network claims for reimbursement.