ABA Services

CARD offers top-quality, evidence-based autism treatment services. Following the principles of applied behavior analysis, CARD has developed a treatment approach for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder that focuses on maximizing skill acquisition, while minimizing challenging behaviors. Each ABA program is uniquely tailored to meet the needs of every individual to maximize progress and promote meaningful growth and success in their lives.

Early Intervention

At CARD, our first focus is the wellbeing and betterment of our patients. We know that children with autism have the greatest long-term success when treatment is started as early as possible.

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School Age and Adolescent Programs

CARD offers individualized ABA services for older children to meet their specific learning goals and to strive towards meaningful progress in their lives.

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Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is the process of systematically applying interventions based upon the principles of learning theory to improve socially significant behaviors.

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Top Quality Components of CARD® ABA Programs

CARD® has seen recovery for decades, and we make it happen for some of the individuals who we treat. Treatment providers all over the country, who have been doing top-quality ABA treatment for individuals with autism have been recovering individuals for years.

Center-Based Services

At our Center-Based Services, Board-certified behavior technicians work one-to-one with patients under the supervision of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), using the cutting-edge CARD® curriculum to maximize progress.

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Practice in Natural Settings

Top-quality ABA programs focus on teaching meaningful, vital skills to learners that help them to be successful and independent in everyday life. This requires that everything learned in ABA sessions be practiced and “generalized” to actual, real-world situations.

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Caregiver Collaboration

One of the most critical keys to success for learners in ABA programs is Caregiver involvement. CARD values our Caregivers as trusted partners in developing, planning, and implementing meaningful ABA services for each learner.

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CARD® does not offer diagnostic services but instead encourages parents to contact their local physician or medical professional for a diagnostic evaluation from a developmental pediatrician, pediatric neurologist, or licensed clinical psychologist or psychiatrist. It is imperative that the diagnostician have extensive experience and training in the field of autism.