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About ABA Centers of Pennsylvania

ABA Centers of Pennsylvania is dedicated to providing clients diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) individualized ABA therapy that can have a profound impact on their lives and the lives of their families.

Our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) work closely with families to understand the child’s strengths and create interventions that meet their essential needs. Our clinical team has decades of experience working with the neurodiverse population. We work tirelessly to improve the lives of all our clients. Helping is our primary mission.

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What Sets Us Apart

Our goal at ABA Centers of Pennsylvania is to minimize the grueling waiting times many families experience while waiting to begin ABA therapy. It is not uncommon for ABA provider waiting lists to be months and, sometimes, years long. This leaves many families in a compromising situation, with little support. ABA Centers of Pennsylvania can begin providing ABA services to new clients within weeks.

Additionally, we ensure our ABA professionals have lower-than-average client caseloads to ensure they can provide high-quality and attentive care to every client they serve. Many of our clients are on the autism spectrum disorder. These incredible clients drive and inspire us in everything we do.

ABA Therapy: The Autism Industry’s Gold Standard

Applied Behavior Analysis, or ABA therapy, is the only evidence-based therapeutic approach to managing core symptoms associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder. ABA therapy is currently considered the “gold standard” for autism services because it is supported by a vast body of research establishing its efficacy.

Our ABA professionals will work with your family to create an individualized ABA therapy plan that includes meaningful goals and meets your child’s needs. For many children receiving services, ABA therapy improves the following skill sets over time:

  • Self-care routines
  • Social skills and interactions
  • Communication skills
  • Daily living skills
  • Cognitive ability
  • Academic performance and focus
  • Attention and memory
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