ARTS™ PROGRAM & APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS (ABA)
What is Oxford’s Approach to ABA?
ABA therapy increases positive behaviors to replace problem behaviors in children with autism. Children are taught the skills that will make them more successful in their home, school, and communities.
At Oxford Recovery Center, our synergistic approach to autism is unlike any other ABA center.
We provide center-based ABA services and other beneficial therapies like Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy, art classes, music classes, and more.
How Are We Different?
Listen to Tami Peterson, our Founder & CEO, discuss Oxford’s unique approach to autism therapy with our Executive Director of ARTS™ Autism Servies, Casey Diskin.
We are always trying to find new, innovative ways to make therapy more exciting for our ARTS™ Autism clients. Our program at Camp ABA reintroduces ABA therapy in a way that’s exciting and full of new activities like shelter building, camp craft, scavenger hunts, and more. ABA doesn’t have to be sterile, and we want our clients to experience the communities around them.
What is Oxford’s ARTS™ ABA Program?
Extensively Trained Therapists
The Oxford ARTS™ program is dedicated to providing quality over quantity when providing behavior therapy. With an experienced and continuously trained team, we provide the extra attention that our patients deserve.
Group Socializing Techniques
Children have the opportunity to socialize with their peers and make life-long friendships while working one-on-one with a qualified behavior technician.
The Oxford ARTS™ program is dedicated to analyzing results from synergistic therapies that work together so clients get the best results possible. Through data collection and observation, each child’s therapy plan and its results are measured and adjusted as needed.
Therapy that Extends Beyond the Lessons
Oxford’s team of supervisors and behavior therapists provides strategies to parents and caregivers to ensure the growth continues at home.
Benefits of ARTS™ Autism Services:
- Make and maintain friendships
- Understand the how and the why to do something
- Engage in age-appropriate activities
- Reduce self-injury
- Improve language skills
- Follow complex instructions
- Increase self-esteem
- Improve family relationships