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BRC Overview

Behavior Resource Center specializes in the treatment of individuals with Autism and other Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) using the most widely accepted and evidence-based treatment for Autism, Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). ABA is the Gold Standard for treating individuals with Autism. Reducing maladaptive behaviors and facilitating the acquisition of skills that are essential for individuals to live happy and meaningful lives is our goal. At Behavior Resource Center, each of our clients has a highly individualized treatment plan. It is never too early or too late to get started. Early intervention drastically increases the chances of an individual acquiring the skills necessary to reduce the need for services later in life.

What is ABA?

ABA therapy is considered an evidence based best practice treatment by the US surgeon general and the American Psychological association. This approach to behavior change is data driven, meaning decisions about treatment are based on each client’s individual progress. Because everyone with Autism is unique, each client will progress at different speeds and in different ways. We closely monitor our client’s progress and constantly adapt their program to fit their needs. ABA is based on learning theory and is a very optimistic approach to understanding human behavior. Behavior analysts use techniques derived from basic principles of behavior to understand how behavior is learned and how it can be changed to positively impact an individual’s life. In this way, we are able to address the communication, social, and behavioral deficits that are commonly seen in individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

What is the goal of ABA therapy?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is considered one of the most effective treatments for individuals with autism spectrum disorders and other developmental disabilities. ABA therapy can help increase desired behaviors and decrease undesired behaviors.


Positive Reinforcement


Develop New Skills


Encourage Growth

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Social Skills

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Although many learners with Autism and other Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities benefit from ABA, a diagnosis is not necessary. We work with individuals with a variety of special needs and behavioral concerns. If you think your child will benefit from our services, we encourage you to contact us.