Areas of Focus
- Learning Readiness – The focus is on the development
of skills necessary for effective learning (such skills include establishing
and maintaining eye contact and following instructions)
- Imitation (Echoics)- A focus on the development of
imitative skills to shape motor and vocal behavior
- Building speech and language skills.
- Building/Strengthening academic readiness (e.g. reading,
writing and math skills)
- Encouraging social and emotional development (e.g.
supporting more appropriate play and social skills)
- Addressing age appropriate daily living skills (e.g.
grooming, toileting and dressing)
initial consultation clients are introduced to the full continuum of care
available and time is given to address any questions and concerns. This
process usually includes:
- An initial consultation or intake is conducted by senior
- An array of assessments are utilized to help staff
and family better understand what will be the most effective course
of intervention and support.
- Identification of appropriate areas of focus for the
ABA program to best meet individual child/family needs.