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Our Mission

It is our mission to help improve the quality of life for individuals with Autism and other behavioral and developmental disorders by using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. 

What is Applied Behavior Analysis?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is an evidence-based practice treatment. It is never a 'one size fit all' approach. Each child is different and therefore ABA programs are made for your child's needs. With flexible programs we aim to work on skills to help them be more independent and successful in the future. 

"His behavior is not his disability; rather it is the result of his experiences and the contingencies that have previously existed"

 - Amelia Dalphonse

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Family

Support

ABA

Therapy

Early

Intervention

Behavioral Support

Academic Readiness 

How does ABA help?

ABA uses positive reinforcement, which has been scientifically proven to increase desired behavior(s), which in turn decreases problem behavior(s). The techniques and principles of ABA, as well as consistency, can change a child's behavior and quality of life for the better. 

Not only do we work with children, but we provide training for parents/caregivers and school instructors on how to use these techniques with children to improve their behavior further. 

Conditions We Treat

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD)

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)

Oppositional defiant disorder (ODD)

Cognitive Delays

Developmental Delays

Language and Communication Delays

Feeding/eating Issues

Auditory Processing

Sleep Disturbance*

*We collaborate with professionals in this area. Referral will be provided. 

Parent Resources

Applied behavior analysis (ABA) can be a confusing field to fully comprehend, primarily if you have not heard of this practice before. Fun fact, ABA can be beneficial for anyone! Our parent resource sections help parents gain the necessary information, and we share some of our favorite things. 

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BCBA/BCaBA Supervision

Behavior Change is pleased to announce that we are now offering supervision for professionals working to obtain their Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) credentials.

Supervision will include: observation (via Skype/zoom or video review) and feedback, phone conferencing, review and discussion of data collection and analysis, functional behavioral assessment and analysis, assistance and feedback related to program development and research review and discussion.

Online RBT Comptency Assessment

We understand that many RBTs are out of work but still need to maintain their certification. Our BCBAs will assist with online RBT Competency Assessments following the guidelines placed by the BACB - temporary allowance of assessment through role-playing. 

What parents are saying about us

"Every day a hundred small ways, our children ask, 'do you see me?', 'do you hear me?' , 'do I matter?' Their behavior often reflects our response."

- LR Knost

My kid took to her therapist in an instant and quickly trusted her, which helped make me feel at ease she was receiving therapy from someone she enjoyed.

Nicole, Parent

Behavior Change  has provided me  with the knowledge and skill set to  properly assist my kid and provide tasks that keeps her engaged.  I love my team!

Melissa, Parent

Their strategies are  easy to implement as a parent and I am  looking forward to this journey with their team.

Yendi, Parent

Behavior Change

Contact

Office: 954 478 4746

Fax: 954 799 4781

info@behaviorchangefl.com

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