Are you looking for unique and effective ABA therapy for your child that embraces play-based and natural environment techniques while fostering learning and development? Look no further than Infinite Therapy Solutions!
At Infinite Therapy Solutions, we believe in harnessing the power of the natural environment to create a nurturing and stimulating setting for children to thrive. Our programs are designed to blend structured evidence-based ABA techniques with play, daily living activities, and social interactions, providing an enriching experience that enhances learning and growth.
What sets us apart?
Play-Based Learning: We understand that children learn best through play. In addition to structured, tabletop instruction (DTT), our programs integrate ABA principles seamlessly into fun and engaging activities set in the natural surroundings, making learning enjoyable.
Individualized Approach: Every child is unique, and so is our approach. Our team of experienced BCBAs tailor the programs to meet the specific needs and abilities of each child, ensuring personalized progress and success.
Family-Centered Support: We believe in collaboration and support. Our services involve families every step of the way, providing training, guidance, resources, and ongoing communication to ensure continuity and generalization across environments.
What is ABA and how can it help my child?
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a widely recognized and evidence-based approach used to help children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) develop various skills and reduce maladaptive behaviors. Here's how ABA helps children with autism:
Targeted Interventions: ABA uses structured interventions to teach a wide range of skills such as communication, social, self-help, and adaptive skills. These interventions are broken down into smaller, manageable steps that are taught systematically.
Individualized Treatment: ABA is tailored to each child's needs. Board Certified Behavior Analysts assess the child's strengths and deficits and develop personalized treatment plans to address specific goals.ve environment in school. To learn more about this program click here (*Link to MAP page*)
Behavior Modification: ABA focuses on changing behaviors by identifying the functions behind them. It seeks to understand why a behavior occurs and then uses positive reinforcement and other behavior modification techniques to encourage desired behaviors and reduce maladaptive behaviors.
Teaching Functional Skills: ABA aims to teach functional skills that help individuals with autism live more independently. This includes skills related to communication, social interaction, daily living, academics, and vocational skills.
Data-Driven Approach: ABA uses data collection and analysis to track progress systematically. Behavior analysts continuously monitor progress and adjust interventions as needed to ensure effectiveness.
Generalization of Skills: ABA encourages the generalization of learned skills across different settings and situations. This helps children apply the skills they've learned in therapy to real-life situations.
Early Intervention: ABA is effective when started early. Early intervention can lead to significant improvements in the long-term outcomes for children with autism. Because of this, we developed a unique daytime program designed for children ages 2-6 that focuses on helping the youngest of learners achieve fundamental milestones and transition to the least restrictive environment in school. To learn more about this program click here.
Who qualifies for ABA?
Many children have challenges with behaviors. In order for insurance to cover costs, your child must have the following for our office to receive authorization for ABA services.
Prescription with a diagnosis of Autism as well as ABA Treatment written upon it
Clinical notes/ documentation from the doctor supporting the need for ABA therapy to submit to insurance.
10 hours/week is required to qualify for ABA with Infinite Therapy Solutions
One Step At A Time
The ITS ABA program is designed for children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder. This program helps children to expand their activities of daily living skills while incorporating fine and gross motor as well as language development. Behavior Analysts perform a comprehensive evaluation to learn what each child's deficits are and what triggers possible negative (maladaptive) behaviors. They work with the family and other therapists the child interacts with to develop a positive plan of action with goals so that an individualized program emerges.