Get started on the path to health and happiness with ABA Therapy!
At Ample Joy, our clients work one-on-one with a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT)/Behavior Interventionist on prescribed goals derived from an intervention plan, under the supervision of a BCBA.
Here our goal is simple, to teach parents and caregivers the skills needed to promote positive behaviors while decreasing the behaviors that inhibit learning and healthy social interaction. Ample joy has a progressive reputation as an organization dedicated to effectively treating children and families with autism and related disorders, using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Through a network of trained therapist, supervisors, and assessors, we develop and implement high quality comprehensive and personalized treatment programs which lead to progress and success. Our specialized clinicians know that each family is a unique unit with its own particular strengths and challenges, which is why we personalize our instruction at every turn.
We are committed to providing individuals with autism, autism spectrum disorders(ASD), intellectual disorder (ID), and developmental delays the skills needed to engage in everyday activities. We use empirically validated interventions based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to decrease challenging behaviors that prevent individuals from being independent and fully included into society.
Our individualized care is a data and function-based response to behavioral deficits and excesses. We target challenging behaviors for change, introduce function-based alternative replacement behaviors, individualize intervention, and make data-driven decisions throughout intervention.
We are committed to utilizing antecedent interventions, the natural environment, direct reinforcement and collaboration between families, caregivers and behavior analysts in order to provide the most effective interventions available and foster independence.
“We want to be the reason for enriching and enhancing the lives of families and loved ones...”