ABA is a form of highly effective services delivered by Behavior Consultants and Behavior Health Technicians with specialized training and experience. ABA is considered the gold standard for supporting children with Autism and other neurodevelopmental differences. ABA helps children learn new skills, such as how to communicate, interact socially, and do more things for themselves. ABA is also recommended to help decrease problem behaviors that result from children having these types of skills deficits. All staff who provide ABA services are overseen by a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) at the provider agency.

CBH has multiple providers who serve children and adolescents on the Autism Spectrum. The service providers in the CBH Provider Network who offer ABA services through IBHS are:

You can also search the CBH Provider Directory for the most up-to-date ABA providers.