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ABA Therapy

ABA Therapy

Nebraska Behavior Supports’ ABA therapy is used as a supplementary in-home program. Our ABA therapy is based on the works of renowned scientists such as, B.F. Skinner, Greenspan, Lovaas, Sundberg and many others.

Family Training

Family Training

In addition to ABA therapy, we also provide family training services. Family training will help families learn the new learning style being implemented on their child and help empower the family unit. We believe it is vital to always keep the family involved in the process of assessing the child's needs and setting appropriate goals.

Family education is a valuable tool for “behavior awareness” and appropriate response techniques. This collaborative effort is led under the guidance of our BCBAs. Strong family participation can assist in furthering the advancement of the child.

Direct Care

Direct Care

To build a customized therapy program for your child, one of our highly trained BCBAs visits your child at home, in school and in the community. Your child is observed and evaluated. After assessing your child in these different natural environments, the BCBA will design a course of intervention.

Then, an ABA paraprofessional is assigned to work one-on-one with your child. The original BCBA trains the ABA paraprofessional and supervises this process. The BCBA continues to update your child’s programs as your child progress, in order for your child to reach more and more milestones.

Social Skill Groups

Social Skill Groups

Appropriate social skills often present a challenge to children with Autism and developmental disabilities. At Nebraska Behavior Supports, we optimize social skill building strategies by strategically incorporating them into each child’s learning program, using the incidental teaching method.

ABA paraprofessionals will teach your child proper socialization skills, which may include but are not limited to communication, greetings, and peer interaction. The ABA paraprofessionals will teach these skills in a center based location and then generalize them into a community setting. Parents will be able to watch as their child flourishes with their newly learned behaviors.

Behavioral Intervention

Behavioral Intervention

It is common for a combination of verbal limitations, sensory overload and a sense of being misunderstood to cause a child to display unwanted behaviors. This can affect the entire family. ABA paraprofessional utilize the core principles of ABA and related treatments to replace the unwanted behaviors with more desirable ones.

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