Applied Behavior Analysis

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Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is considered the gold standard of autism intervention. Our clinicians specialize in ABA and create a treatment plan based on each client’s skills, developmental readiness and family support system.

Horizon ABA is currently credentialed with Blue Cross Blue Shield health plans and working on gettting in network with others!

Individualized Care

We embrace the neurodiversity of our clients and are committed to treat the whole-child by consulting with developmental experts and multiple facets of education, psychology, and behavior analysis.

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Naturalistic Developmental Behavioral Interventions

Naturalistic Developmental Behavioral Interventions (NDBI) is a holistic approach to therapy for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It focuses on incorporating learning opportunities into everyday activities and environments, such as play, mealtime, and social interactions. NDBI aims to promote development in natural settings by targeting key developmental areas, such as communication, social skills, and adaptive behaviors. This approach emphasizes individualized treatment plans tailored to the unique needs and strengths of each person with ASD, fostering their overall growth and independence.

Team Coordination

We understand that it takes a village to raise a child and we expect input from all stakeholders in the child’s life. We want to work with your team of therapists, school professionals, and medical experts to help create a full picture of functioning across people and settings.

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Treatment Process

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Treatment begins with an assessment to determine skill levels in social, communication, daily living and behavioral needs.

After family consent to the proposed treatment plan, an hour recommendation will be made to your insurance funder based on your child’s age, skill level and clinical intervention need. While being reviewed for approval, our clinicians will begin training technicians on goals and behavioral needs for their new clients.

Your technician will then be supervised weekly by the BCBA as they implement the treatment protocol. During the intervention process, technicians will prioritize learning about your child’s preferred reinforcers, daily schedule and finding the best balance between work and play.

Your BCBA will be closely monitoring progess to determine when to switch out goals or implement different strategies to help progress skills. They will also be providing direct parent support to teach caregivers how to implement strategies in the home and community setting to ensure that you have these effective skills in your toolbelt.

Coming soon to Queen Creek and San Tan Valley

25 S Arizona Pl Fl 5

Chandler, AZ 85225-5533

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