Applied Behavior
Analysis Services

Currently serving Utah and Salt Lake Counties.

 

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Reaching new heights... one skill at a time.

Applied Behavior Analysis therapy is the only therapy scientifically proven to help those on the Autism spectrum to learn the skills they need.  ABA is an evidence-based “best” practice treatment recognized by the US Surgeon General and the American Psychological Association.  "Evidence-based" means that ABA has passed scientific tests of its usefulness, quality, and effectiveness.

ABA is based on the science of learning and behavior.  If you want the best possible ABA therapy for your child, turn to the right professional.  Not just one who has the specialized education, training, and certification, but one who will truly understand your child and help your child receive therapy that will have the greatest impact on their learning and behavior. 

Service Settings

In home ABA therapy

Home

autism treatment in the community

Community

Autism Spectrum Academy

School

Clinic for treatment of autism

Clinic

Coming soon!

Requesting ABA Therapy Services with Elevation Behavioral

  1. Before we can provide ABA Therapy, your child will need an autism diagnosis and your doctor will need to have prescribed or referred your child for ABA services.  Both are required by health insurance companies before they will authorize or cover ABA therapy.  If you are looking to do private pay, an autism diagnosis and prescription or referral may not be necessary.

  2. Fill out the online form attached to this link: ABA Services Interest Form.  This will allow us to know you are interested in receiving services.  We will review the form and then get back to you regarding your child.

  3. Once we are ready to bring your child on as a client, we will reach out to you and make the final arrangements.

Insurances Accepted

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Starting ABA Therapy

Intake Process, Treatment Plan, and Start of Services

  • As part of the intake process, we will take time to visit with you and your child, review any previous records, testing, and/or services you have received as part of our process of understanding "the whole child".

  • Once we have a full picture of your child and their needs, we will write a treatment plan and submit it to your insurance company for approval.  If you are doing private pay, then we will discuss the plan directly with you.

  • Once the plan has been approved by the insurance company, we will sit down and review the treatment plan with you.  We will also introduce one of our amazing Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) who will then spend time getting to know you and your child. The RBT will then begin regular visits and work hard so that your child will be happy to work with the RBT on the treatment plan.

Ongoing ABA Therapy

Assessments, Child Specific Goals, and Progress Through Data Monitoring

  • As the RBT works with your child, your child's BCBA will coordinate with the RBT on the progress being made, and they will conduct further assessments to better understand your child's strengths and weaknesses.

  • From these assessments, additional goals will be made to help your child learn and acquire the additional skills they need.

  • Progress of your child will be closely monitored through ongoing data collection during each therapy session.  This data will be regularly reviewed and new goals created as previous goals are successfully achieved. 

A failure is not always a mistake, it may simply be the best one can do under the circumstances. The real mistake is to stop trying. 

- B.F. Skinner