Autism Center in Quincy, MA

Quincy, Massachusetts Center

What will our autism center give your child? They’ll receive one-on-one services in a welcoming and warm classroom setting. Your child will work with a behavioral therapist that uses applied behavioral analysis (ABA) therapy to help your child cultivate positive behaviors. ABA therapy provides incredible benefits for children. You’ll notice them gaining improved social skills, and they’ll appropriately interact with their peers and other adults.

ABA can also increase your child’s overall life satisfaction. A well-designed ABA curriculum will visibly show improvement in your child. You’ll realize your kid’s true potential and help them feel satisfied and empowered. Their enhanced independence and happiness will improve their quality of life.

Our behavioral therapists will work closely with your child to increase desired behaviors and decrease the less desired and aggressive ones. With positive reinforcement, your child will begin to successfully learn skills via a reward system. The therapist will create a goal, and if your child displays the positive behavior, they’ll receive a meaningful reward, such as a toy, playground access, praise, or video time.

South Shore Autism Center understands that ABA therapy isn’t a one-size-fits-all form of help. That’s why therapists create programs for each individual child and monitor their progress. They’ll make changes to the goals and methods based on how the child is responding and learning. In addition, we use naturalistic methods and adapt them to suit your kid’s needs. That’s why involved parents are important. If you notice an emerging negative or aggressive behavior you want to work on, the therapists will make the necessary changes. We want to enhance each child’s daily life and aim for long-term success.

If you want to learn more about our applied behavioral analysis program in Quincy, MA, feel free to contact us. We’ll be more than happy to answer any questions you may have about our center and methods.

Ages 18 months – 6 years

– Children receive 1:1 instruction, group instruction, and integrated social instruction

– Includes 25-40 hours of individualized ABA services weekly in a classroom setting

– Preschool model for older children (ages 3-6) prepares for transition to and integration in     public school settings

– Includes home carryover component, individualized for each child

– Required group and individual parent training included

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