What is ABA Therapy?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a data-driven therapy which uses scientifically proven learning techniques to change behaviors. ABA therapists collect data to measure which learning techniques are working best for each individual. ABA is widely accepted as highly effective in teaching complex skills to children with autism.

CAC uses multiple therapeutic approaches such as Discrete Trial Training (DTT), Natural Environment Training (NET), Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS), Pivotal Response Training (PRT), and Social Stories. Each approach is unique and specific in providing treatment to children.

In-Center

Our center-based therapy allows the child to immerse themselves into a structured, stimulating and caring environment. This provides social interaction with their peers, individualized attention, immersive therapy and hand-held learning tools. Our designed schedule also provides group interactions in a structured setting to allow for key interactions with peers and group facilitators.

In-Home

In-home therapy allows children to generalize their skills in a safe and recognizable setting. Our behavior therapists travel to the family’s home to provide one-on-one therapy with the child in their familiar and natural setting. This increases a level of comfort and allows for natural learning from both the child and the parents.