Denver - Parker - Aurora
What AB Behavioral Consulting can do for you and your family:
We provide practical & individualized ABA therapy that works for your entire family.
AB Behavioral Consulting specializes in working with families and children recently diagnosed with Autism.
We help transform the lives of individuals, their families, and their communities by helping them lead the most fulfilling and independent lives possible.
We are here to help...
We know you face many challenges and our compassionate team uses high-quality services and innovative programming to help build confidence and independence through our client-centered approach.
Currently serving the following areas:
Applied Behavior Analysis
The scientific application of techniques and principles to bring about behavior change and teach new skills. ABA looks at the relationship between an individual and his or her environment to facilitate learning. By understanding this relationship, we can help modify the environment to maximize behavior change. This approach has been shown to be applicable for all learners across a wide variety of behaviors. For example, the principles of ABA have been applied to teaching communication skills in individuals with autism, smoking cessation, weight loss, and toilet training. Its principles have been successfully applied in children, teens, and adults with different diagnoses.
Skills that can be targeted include:
Activities of Daily Living
Personalized Treatment Plans
Teaching vital pre-academic skills (e.g., transitioning, attending to a task, communicating their needs appropriately and safely, asking for help, sitting at a desk) so the child could enter a classroom of their peers and be successful.
Worked with a family to help teach their 5-year-old to request the bathroom before accidents happen. It was a potty-training success! After a couple of weeks he now makes the request with different people and in new environments. Accidents are a thing of the past.
Recently we began services for a family and within the first 2-3 weeks, they were already seeing progress with their children! The family saw more meaningful interactions between siblings, with the older sibling imitating adults to try and get the younger sibling to talk. The family also saw an increase in vocal communication with the younger sibling