Brightwork ABA Therapy
Improving Lives Through Personalized Care
Quality Therapy delivered with compassion
We provide personalized care based on an individual assessment and treatment plan with ongoing follow-up and supervision. Your child’s program is designed around his or her preferences and strengths, so that treatment is positive, motivating, and achievable.
We believe in open communication and person-centeredness. The treatment of the core symptoms of autism is a process that involves collaboration and ongoing consent. We are committed to a therapeutic approach which provides you and your family the opportunity to be heard and understand the process at every step.
All supervisors are certified by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB.org) as BCBA’s (Board Certified Behavior Analysts), and come to our agency with years of experience in their field. Our Registered Behavior Technicians have passed certification exams, and are in constant contact with their supervising BCBA in order to provide informed, consistent care at all times.
Skills Development & Support
We provide medically necessary treatment for the core symptoms of autism by using the most up-to-date and ethical treatments developed in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). ABA is widely supported as the only treatment approved by the FDA and the gold-standard in Autism treatment.
Some of our specialty areas include:
- Support for Coping & Behavioral Regulation
- Adaptive, Health, and Self-Help Skills
- Play & Leisure Skills
- Social Skills
Parent and caretaker training is an essential part of our program. Parental involvement ensures that the skills learned by the child during sessions are maintained.
“ABA” is an umbrella term that parents often find difficult to grasp initially, due to clinical jargon and complex analysis. We believe in guiding parents using everyday language, and introducing your family to ABA in a way that makes success a reality.
We recognizes that it takes a team of individuals to address the complex needs of our children. When working in a school setting we coordinate our efforts with others in the interdisciplinary team: teachers, speech pathologists, occupational therapists and others. At times, input from additional professionals may be necessary to make sure your child receives the best care possible.