"...ABA treatment is the most successful approach for children with autism...and in some cases, can eliminate almost all symptoms."

Behavior Analysis: An Overview | Behavior Analyst Certification Board®, BACB® (2018)

IN-HOME TREATMENT

Aura provides individualized treatment to our clients in their homes. Treatment recommendations are based on medical necessity and consider cultural, societal, lingual, and ecological variables. Learn more about Aura's in-home services below. 

Research suggests that children should receive 25-40 hours of intensive early intervention per week. While this may seem like an extraordinary amount of time for a child, this intensity of intervention has been shown to be the most effective in addressing the needs of children. 

PARENT-LED ABA

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PARENT-LED ABA

Research suggests that children should receive 25-40 hours of intensive early intervention per week. While this may seem like an extraordinary amount of time for a child, this intensity of intervention has been shown to be the most effective in addressing the needs of children. 

PARENT TRAINING

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PARENT TRAINING

Focused ABA is individualized to each client and promotes functional skills while targeting behavioral problems that may affect the client’s health, safety, and overall functioning. Treatment is provided directly to the client with intensity typically ranging between 10 to 25 hours per week.

FOCUSED ABA

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FOCUSED ABA

INTENSIVE ABA

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INTENSIVE ABA

Intensive ABA is individualized to each client and promotes learning across several domains (e.g., communication, socialization, daily living skills, behavioral problems, etc). Treatment is provided directly to the client with intensity typically ranging between 25 to 40 hours per week.  

Research suggests that children should receive 25-40 hours of intensive early intervention per week. While this may seem like an extraordinary amount of time for a child, this intensity of intervention has been shown to be the most effective in addressing the needs of children. 

ASSESSMENT

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ASSESSMENT

Research suggests that children should receive 25-40 hours of intensive early intervention per week. While this may seem like an extraordinary amount of time for a child, this intensity of intervention has been shown to be the most effective in addressing the needs of children. 

BEHAVIORAL SUPPORT

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BEHAVIORAL SUPPORT

Research suggests that children should receive 25-40 hours of intensive early intervention per week. While this may seem like an extraordinary amount of time for a child, this intensity of intervention has been shown to be the most effective in addressing the needs of children. 

SOCIAL SKILLS COACHING

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SOCIAL SKILLS
COACHING

Research suggests that children should receive 25-40 hours of intensive early intervention per week. While this may seem like an extraordinary amount of time for a child, this intensity of intervention has been shown to be the most effective in addressing the needs of children. 

COMMUNITY INTEGRATION SUPPORT

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COMMUNITY INTEGRATION
SUPPORT

How to BEGIN

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Intake 

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Assessment

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Authorization

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Begin Services

"Behavior, unlike the flower, does not naturally bloom."

Baer & Wolf (1970)