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Early Bird Interventions, LLC provides ABA services to typically developing children and children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder or other developmental delays. We focus on teaching families behavioral techniques that increase appropriate social behaviors, improve language and learning skills, decrease problem behavior, and maximize the child's independence. Our services include one-on-one, clinic-based and home-based ABA therapy, social skills small groups, parent education, and private consultation.
Early Bird Interventions, LLC is committed to forming a close professional relationship with each child and family and providing them with the highest level of quality care. We focus on Natural Environment Teaching (NET), which utilizes the principles of ABA to teach within the natural environment of the child. This allows the child to acquire new skills through fun and reinforcing play activities. We want each child to feel safe, loved, and excited to learn so we focus on building relationships and creating a positive and enriching environment to foster learning and language development.
Interested in our services but have a different insurance? Reach out and let us know! We are currently working on credentialing with other insurance providers.
A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will conduct an initial assessment and a review of your child's history and current skill level. The assessment will guide the BCBA in developing an individualized treatment plan for your child. Treatment will take place in your home, our clinic, or a combination, based on your child's and family's needs.
Social skills groups offer therapy that is effective in helping individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) develop social interaction skills. Therapy group participants have the opportunity to observe and practice using social skills and receive feedback in structured, small group settings.
Parent education is an essential piece of ABA treatment. Parent education provides parents and caregivers with a basic knowledge of the principles of ABA and strategies that they can use on a daily basis to teach their child skills and address behavior concerns to improve the quality of life for their child and their family.