Applied Behavior Analysis Therapists Greeley CO

Local resource for applied behavior analysis therapists in Greeley. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to applied behavior analysis therapy, applied behavior analysis clinics, applied behavior analysis specialists, autism therapy, autism treatments, autism clinics, and applied behavior analysis support, as well as advice and content on autism support groups and autism societies.

Dr. Kerry Daubert
(970) 330-6020
Greeley, CO
Support Services
Academic Assessments, Behavorial Intervention, Biomedical Intervention, Early Intervention, Educational Advocacy, Nutritional Counseling, Psychological Counseling, QEEG / EEG / Neurofeedback, Research, Training/Seminars
Ages Supported
1-5 Grade,6-8 Grade,9-10 Grade

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Northeast Colorado Autism/PDD Support Group
(970) 356-7314
Greeley Rec Center
Greeley, CO
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Support Group Meetings, Support Organization

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Family Connects
(970) 330-3842
2985 West 29th Street, Suite A
Greeley, CO
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Other

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Autism Society of Larimer County
(970) 377-9640
291 Province Rd
Fort Collins, CO
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Helpful Websites, Support Group Meetings

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Foothills Gateway, Inc.
(970) 226-2345
301 W. Skyway Drive
Fort Collins, CO
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Support Organization

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ARC of Weld County
(970) 353-5219
P.O. Box 5006, 1025 9th Ave. Suite 310
Greeley, CO
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Disability Advocacy, Support Organization

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Weld Information and Referral Services
(970) 352-9477
1211 A. Street
Greeley, CO
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Other

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Centennial BOCES
(970) 284-6975
204 Main Street
La Salle, CO
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Other, Training/Seminars

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Dial-A-Ride
(970) 224-6066
6570 Portner Road,
Fort Collins, CO
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Other

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Autism Therapy Services, Inc.
(303) 775-5863
1780 S. Bellaire Street, Suite 695
Denver, CO
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RDI, Therapy Providers

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Aba Therapy Provides Lasting Improvements For Those With Autism

ABA therapy provides lasting improvements for those with autism

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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is widely recognized as the single most effective therapy for children with autism spectrum disorder, providing substantial, lasting improvements in the lives of individuals with autism. ABA-based treatment strategies maximize the learning potential of persons with ASD, and are flexible, individualized and dynamic. The problem is that many ABA programs, particularly when paid for privately, can cost a family tens of thousands of dollars a year. What is a family to do that either can’t afford the cost of private ABA, or perhaps lives far from a trained ABA therapist?

Rethink Autism has created a tool to answer these challenges: a state-of-the-art, web-based curriculum to help you assess your child’s strengths and challenges, creating a recommended customized multimedia curriculum for you to follow. They also provide strategies to help you adapt each lesson to your child’s individual abilities, and tools to modify and individualize your child’s personal program goals. As you move through the curriculum, the data collection program tracks your child’s progress and adjust program goals and lesson plans in light of his performance.

Each carefully designed lesson breaks down complex skills into simple, easy-to-follow teaching steps. Each lesson is accompanied by a dynamic video demonstrating just how to teach each step, and every video is accompanied by an easy-to-follow written description of the teaching procedure. As parents and their children work through each lesson, performance data is constantly collected – and as new skills are mastered, new lessons are added. Rethink Autism also has programs that are designed and priced for institutions that might need to train their staff on ABA, and track students’ progress.

Rethink Autism’s short, easy-to-follow training program helps parents, grandparents, and even the babysitter learn to teach effectively, m...

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