My Child Is In Special Education and Hasn’t Received ABA As a Young Child. Am I Too Late to Get Help?

Absolutely not.  ABA is a proven application of a field of psychology that can benefit individuals from the toddler stage throughout life.  Since children typically acquire skills and knowledge more quickly at a younger age, children who start an intensive ABA program usually see the greatest gains in their formative years.  However, we service children to age twenty-one who are making significant progress in developing their lifetime skills while coming from a variety of starting points.  Virtually all our children in our programs show significant improvement in skill acquisition versus what they were achieving in other autism or special education programs.

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