ARTS PROGRAM: APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS (ABA)

What is 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.

How Are We Different?

Listen to Tami Peterson, our Founder & CEO, discuss Oxford’s unique approach to autism therapy with our Director of ARTS Autism Servies, Casey Diskin.

Introducing Camp ABA

We are always trying to find new, innovative ways to make therapy more exciting for our ARTS Autism clients. Our newest 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.

Coming this fall, Camp ABA will turn into a supplement or alternative option for traditional learning. We realize that families may be looking for new and different ways for children with autism or special needs to learn outside of public schooling . . .

What is Oxford’s ARTS ABA Program?

Extensively Trained Therapists

The Oxford ABA program is dedicated to providing quality over quantity when providing applied 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 while working one on one with a qualified technician.

Data Driven Results

The Oxford ABA program is dedicated to providing quality over quantity when providing applied behavior therapy. With an experienced and continuously trained team, we provide the extra attention that our patients deserve.

Therapy that Extends Beyond the Lessons

The behavior analyst provides strategies to caregivers to ensure the growth continues at home.

Benefits of ARTS ABA:

  • Make and maintain friendships
  • Teaches children the how and the why to do something
  • Engage in age-appropriate activities
  • Reduction of self-injury
  • Improved language skills
  • Following complex instructions
  • Increases self-esteem
  • Improves family relationships

The Road to Recovery is a Center-Based Approach that Includes:

  • The behavior analyst builds a customized plan of targeted interventions that are fun, educational, and effective
  • Children have the opportunity to socialize with their peers while working one on one with a qualified technician
  • The behavior analyst also provides strategies to caregivers to ensure the growth continues at home
  • Through data collection and observation, the plan and its results are measured and adjusted as needed

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