ABA Therapy in Fishers, IN
for Children and Adults

Services

ABA Therapy

ABA Therapy

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a field of evidence-based practices, rooted in decades of research. The purpose of ABA is to improve an individual’s quality of life. Behavior analytic techniques are implemented to reduce problem behaviors and teach new skills. ABA is not only for individuals with Autism, but for all individuals.ABA sessions are led by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs). During these sessions, problem behavior reduction and teaching new skills are the focus.
ABA Supervision

Special Education Advocacy

Our BCBA’s offer supervision to those in their ABA coursework and in need of restricted and unrestricted hours. Our BCBAs provide quality…

Counseling

A mix of various therapies by the board-certified professionals to improve the overall QoL and optimize the learning curve of every child, specifically.
Evaluations

Evaluations by a Psychologist

If you are concerned about your
child’s development, a psychologist
can complete an evaluation.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Our Occupational Therapists (OTs) provide services to target a variety of fine motor abilities. Assessments can be completed if needed.
Therapy

Therapy

Certified Behavior Analysts intervenes to improve Quality of Life by decreasing problem and teaching new skills & regular Feedback.

Counseling

A mix of various therapies by the board-certified professionals to improve the overall QoL and optimize the learning curve of every child, specifically.
Evaluations

Evaluations by a Psychologist

If you are concerned about your
child’s development, a psychologist
can complete an evaluation.

Advocacy - Special Education

Advocacy - Special Education

The staff at ABA Education is knowledgeable in special education law and available to guide you…

Speech and Language Therapy

Speech Language Therapy is tailored to your child’s needs. Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs ) can support your child with communication, speech, and even feeding.Duing these sessions a Speech Language Pathologist works on your child’s specific needs.

Language Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Our Occupational Therapists (OTs) provide services to target a variety of fine motor abilities. Assessments can be completed if needed.

Occupational Therapy

Pre-School Sessions

These small group sessions are specifically designed for 3-year old and young 4 year old children. The focus of these session is developmentally appropriate skills in the areas of play, fine motor, early literacy, early math, and social skills. Sessions are lead by a licensed teacher who is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.

Kindergarten Readiness Sessions

These small group sessions are specifically designed for 4 and 5 years moving onto kindergarten the following school year. The focus of these sessions is pre-reading skills, early math skills, STEM, and social skills. These sessions ensure your child enters kindergarten with a strong foundation, ready for success.

Additional Services

Reading Skills Development

Reading Skills Development

Our reading specialist is able to conduct dyslexia screeners, pinpoint specific reading deficits, and create and plan to improve your child’s reading…
American Sign Language

American Sign Language

If your child is deaf or hard of hearing and learning ASL, during sessions with our expert specific instruction on ASL will be provided. At home…

ABA Supervision

Special Education Advocacy

Our BCBA’s offer supervision to those in their ABA coursework and in need of restricted and unrestricted hours. Our BCBAs provide quality…
Social Work / Mental Health

Social Work / Mental Health

We have Licensed Social Workers and Mental Health practioners on staff for therapy sessions and skill sessions. Families will also receive recommendations…
Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Our Occupational Therapists (OTs) provide services to target a variety of fine motor abilities. Assessments can be completed if needed.

Pre-School Sessions

These small group sessions are specifically designed for 3-year old and young 4 year old children. The focus of these session is developmentally appropriate skills in the areas of play, fine motor, early literacy, early math, and social skills. Sessions are lead by a licensed teacher who is also a Board Certified Behavior Analyst.

Kindergarten Readiness Session

These small group sessions are specifically designed for 4 and 5 years moving onto kindergarten the following school year. The focus of these sessions is pre-reading skills, early math skills, STEM, and social skills. These sessions ensure your child enters kindergarten with a strong foundation, ready for success.
ABA Supervision

Special Education Advocacy

Our BCBA’s offer supervision to those in their ABA coursework and in need of restricted and unrestricted hours. Our BCBAs provide quality…
Social Work / Mental Health

Mental Health Services

We have Licensed Mental Health practioners on staff for therapy sessions and skill sessions. Families will also receive recommendations…

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Frequently Asked Questions

SLPs and other clinicians who are certified in ABA therapy (who might be credentialed as a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst or BCBA) frequently cross paths when working with children with autism.

  • Communication and language.
  • Social skills.
  • Self-care (such as showering and toileting)
  • Play and leisure.
  • Motor skills.
  • Learning and academic skills.
ABA is the scientifically-validated therapy that helps children on the spectrum work through areas of severe developmental delay, like language and nonverbal communication by breaking down tasks into small, achievable steps with positive reinforcement at each stage.

A typical hour of ABA therapy with a board-certified ABA therapist will cost around $120. However, fees can vary. Although therapists that are not board-certified may offer treatment at lower rates than those who are, it is recommended to work with a certified ABA therapist.

Speech therapy is focused on communication and feeding problems. Occupational therapy is about mastering daily activities. ABA therapy focuses upon changing the social and learning environment and includes communication and the acquisition of life skills. This is the best-researched treatment for ASD children.