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What is Applied Behavior Analysis?

What is Applied Behavior Analysis?

What is ABA?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) uses evidence-based practices to create positive behavioral changes. Treatment programs prioritize early screening and diagnosis to determine eligibility for autism services. We also offer ongoing assessments to evaluate the implementation and effectiveness of interventions.

Personalized programs tailored to individual needs

Structured plans for skill acquisition

Family involvement & parent training

Skill generalization across different settings

Highly trained & continuously evaluated staff

Continuous assessment & data-based adjustments

Organized, distraction-free teaching environments

Year-round, full-day intervention

Our Services


Treatment Programs

Direct services take place in homes, in-clinic, school, or community settings. Typically, the majority of direct hours are provided to clients by an RBT.


The BCBA may also provide periodic direct 1:1 services to your child in the format of a probe session to check for progress, potential new programming, and generalization of skills.


Social Skills Groups

Our social skills groups meet for 2 hours per week throughout the course of a school year.


Specific skills taught are individualized to the needs of the children, ensuring that specific social areas of concern are targeted. 


Caregiver Support

A BCBA will work directly with a family to target individualized concerns they may experience with their child.


This support is guided through evidence-based curriculum and tailored to meet the evolving needs for the family.


Community-Based Support

We believe that therapy does not always have to occur in the home or clinic. We are dedicated to providing services where your child most needs support to ensure generalization of skills.


This might take place during extra-curricular activities, a local park, the dentist, grocery store . . . truly anywhere where we can effectively implement and support your child’s ABA goals!


School-Based Services

Following an initial meeting with a DSP Therapist, individualized training options will be proposed based on the identified needs of the educators and students. 

Our Approach

At DSP Health, we value the power of teamwork in holistic care. 


Each of our clients is assigned a dedicated Care Team consisting of: 

  • Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA)

  • Minimum of two Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs)

By implementing Care Teams, we ensure that our clients receive consistent services without any provider cancellations. From the very beginning, our Care Team approach focuses on generalization programming, which helps develop a wide range of skills for our clients.

Your Care Team collaborates with a network of consulting providers, including psychiatrists, speech/language pathologists, school psychologists, and occupational therapists.


We prioritize working with your existing team of providers, such as education staff. This collaborative effort ensures a truly comprehensive and coordinated plan of care for you.

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