Solano County, California Services
Autism Behavior Services
Our behavior technicians are certified in CPR as well as ABAT or RBT.
Autism Behavior Services, Inc. offers ABA therapy in Solano County, Vacaville, Vallejo, and other surrounding localities. ABSI prides itself on being the leading ABA service provider in the area. We want your loved one to experience everything this historic city has to offer. In gaining the full picture of your loved one, our behavior technicians will utilize that to reinforce them to achieve their potential. In addition to this, ABSI can also support your family by offering parent training that is crafted with your child and your needs in mind.
ABSI offers ABA for toddlers (age 2) all the way through adulthood. With a person first culture as our backbone, our Behavior Technicians will implement a program designed by our clinicians from evidence based practices. Your child’s ability guides how the therapy program is designed and run.
Looking for an ABA center near you?
ABSI is in-network with Partnership Health Plan of California and most major insurance companies.
Learn more about how to get ABA services for your child by contacting us for a free consultation.
ABSI Intake Process
Watch the following video to learn about our intake process.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the form of Behavioral Therapy that ABSI provides for Autism. Each therapy program is tailored to the client. The ultimate goal of this therapy is that the client will be able to generalize what they’ve learned across multiple environments. ABA is a way to manage behaviors so that people can engage more positively in their environments, while managing the challenging behaviors that might create issues for them. For many ABA Therapy can be profound and life-changing.
Once your child receives a diagnosis they can access ABA services by receiving a referral from their doctor. The next step is to request a list of providers from your health plan and always check to see if Autism Behavior Services is available. When checking for ABA services, have a list of questions to ask each provider with questions such as: Are all of your behavior technicians and autism specialists certified? You can check on the public registry to ensure that the individuals treating your child are certified. Should you have further questions please reach out to ABSI via our website or call 1(855) 581-0100.
An Autism Behavior Specialist is someone who works with people on the Autism Spectrum. An individual that specializes in care of autism should be certified or licensed in ABA with a specialization in autism. The certifications a behavioral specialist should hold are one of the following: BCBA, BCaBA, QBA, or QASP S. The certified practitioner puts together a series of programs that allow the person to manage their challenging behaviors and gain new skills so that they can be as functional as possible in their communities.
Just as every need is different, so is every provider of ABA services. Some questions to ask are what is your company’s philosophy on Autism? What are some assessments you conduct to determine what my child needs? What kind of training does your staff have? Do your Autism Specialists also work with my child’s school and other service providers? Does your company use evidence based practices? There are many questions to answer when interviewing potential service providers. When you can align your needs with what a provider offers that will create an environment with the best outcomes for everyone.
Whether you’re looking for information on Autism, service providers, or just need ideas for yourself or someone else, we hope to provide you access to whatever information you seek.