We take pride in being south Florida’s oldest and most respected Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy provider as well as being world-renowned. Families come to us from around the world because of our international reputation for excellence in producing fast and long-lasting results.
We receive referrals from south Florida’s top hospitals, physicians, psychologists, speech pathologists, and even other behavioral service providers. We are also sought by south Florida’s other behavior analysts for our training and education.
We specialize in working with difficult-to-teach children and adolescents. Whether your child is doing something he or she should not be doing or is not doing something he or she should be doing (or both!), we are the ones to call. We are able to reduce or even eliminate problem behaviors as well as teach and increase the frequency of desired behaviors.
We’ve successfully treated thousands of individuals with ASD (autism spectrum disorder), AD/HD, various behavioral problems, and skill deficits or delays of all types. When other professionals need assistance with a difficult-to-treat individual, we are the ones they call.
Our hourly rates and rapid results make our services very cost-effective. When combined with the effectiveness of our strategies and the speed at which your child improves, the price of our treatment typically results in less out-of-pocket costs to you.
There is no contract or long-term commitment required. When you are satisfied with the change in your child, we are done. Plus, we now accept most forms of insurance for children on the autism spectrum, making our services even more affordable.
Nobody does it better! We've successfully helped thousands of individuals with behavior problems, language and communication skills and taught other important skills and behaviors. No problem is too big. No problem is too small.
Independent tests have shown that children in our autism program are making three months of progress on standardized tests for each month of therapy. Behavior problems typically take weeks, not months or years, to "fix."