Riverstone, TX BCBA
We assist families with BCBA services in Riverstone, TX. We have a team of board-certified behavior analysts (BCBA’s) what work with children on the autism spectrum. We can help your child right away. Give us a call or fill out our contact form today!
BCBA Treatment Overview
Our comprehensive, individualized, and well-thought-out approach to autism care guarantees that your kid receives the care and attention he or she deserves. Our ABA treatment programs are tailored to your child’s specific needs and can be used in conjunction with other autism treatments such as speech therapy or occupational therapy.
Through positive reinforcement, ABA treatment can help a child’s social, communicative, and learning abilities. It is widely regarded as the gold standard of care for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and associated developmental disorders. Our ABA therapists and Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) are highly trained. They deliver creative and extremely successful autism therapy to your child one-on-one.
ABA Therapy and Social Skills
Our ABA clinic can assist in positively reinforcing the positive social aspects your child displays so they are repeated in larger social settings. This is done by providing opportunities for your child to try out newly taught social skills in a controlled environment.
We use treatment that focuses on creating those much-desired peer relationships while also working through group skills needed to prepare your child for the classroom, because social skills rely on interaction with others.
Social Skills and ABA
In an ABA social skills class, taking turns, conversation, sharing, joining a group, working with others toward a common goal, understanding facial expressions, tone of voice, and so on are broken down into smaller components and then taught systematically. Small class numbers allow for the formation of friendships and the teaching of skills required for inclusion in classes and communities.
The following are some of the social skills that ABA therapy can help with:
- Playing games that are interactive
- Starting a conversation, taking turns, and following directions
- The following are the social communication rules:
- Adaptive abilities
- a decrease in undesirable behaviors
- Eye contact that is appropriate
- Recognizing and comprehending social cues