ABOUT US

A dedicated team of behavioral therapists with a reputation for helping children diagnosed with autism, and their families, understand, improve, and lead functional and productive lives.

A Model Of High Intensity ABA * Therapy.

* Acronym in English for Applied Behavior Analysis or Applied Behavior Analysis.

Maximizing the hours and concentrating on a high intensity treatment leads to long lasting results. Intensive ABA tends to show greater developmental gains, an increase in functional language, and a decrease in maladaptive behaviors.

We are here for you. And We Want To Say HERE.

We operate in the state of Florida, which means that if you have a problem and need to call the main office, our staff will know exactly how to answer all of your concerns.

Our registered behavioral technicians supervisors, analysts and clinical directors meet every week to analyze the treatment and services delivered to Your Child, we maintain a relationship of trust with Your Family and we are there for You 365 days a year 24 hours a day. We maintain a relationship with Doctors, Pediatricians and other medical specialties, the Teachers and Staff of your child at School or DayCare, we know all the Florida Academic and Economic Benefit Programs so that your child has the Education he needs and does not give him lack of services that favor their development. Your child is also our Priority. We know your Language and we are there when you need us 365 days a year.“Here we are: Being local means being accessible»

Board certified behavior analyst (bacb) certified behavior analysts

The Board Certified Behavior Analyst® (BCBA / BCBA-D) is a Master’s level certification in Behavior Analysis. Certified professionals at the BCBA level are independent professionals who provide behavior analysis services. They oversee the work of Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts® (BCaBAs®), Registered Behavior Technicians® (RBTs®), and other professionals who implement behavior analysis interventions. The BACB is a professional who has a certification that is internationally recognized, conducts training, supervision, investigation, evaluates each case and makes treatment and intervention plans to achieve the success of reducing behaviors and replacing them with correct behaviors according to the culture in which the child develops and a plan for the development of new skills. This certification establishes the highest level of training in Behavior Analysis.

Registered Behavioral Technicians (RBT)

You will see our RBTs every day – it is your tireless work that provides the intense ABA therapy at your home or in our clinic. Always under the guidance of a BOARD certified behavior analyst, our RBTs are extensively trained and supervised even during your child’s treatment, by an experienced BCBA.

Multi-Lingual Is Multi-Beneficial.

It is important that all family members participate in your child’s treatment; To make it easier, we employ administrative staff, BCBA and RBT who speak Spanish and English.

You will always work with a trained and supervised behavioral therapist.

As a policy, our registered behavior technicians are periodically trained, maintain continuing education credits, are technically supervised, and we have recognized training programs under our supervision.

HOW WE HELP DRIVEN BY ABA THERAPY.

ChildGarden uses only therapy based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), also called Behavioral Engineering, is a scientific technique that deals with applying empirical approaches based on the principles of operant and response conditioning to change socially important behavior. We change behavior taking into account the relevant interactions between behavior and the environment. We first assess the functional relationship between the target behavior and the environment and develop socially acceptable alternatives to the aberrant behaviors.

In addition, services are important to help people with ASD and other developmental disorders complete their education or job training, find employment, safe housing and transportation, take care of their health, improve daily functioning, and participate as fully as possible in their  communities.

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