ABA Therapy in
North Carolina

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In-home ABA Therapy services for North Carolina residents

Behavioral therapy for the treatment of Autism is a proven method of developing social and emotional skills. Our warm, dedicated ABA therapists in North Carolina work one on one with your child, helping them overcome their obstacles, and succeed as an individual.

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Initial Assessment

We find a time that works for you to have the evaluation. Your child is observed by our team BCBA who uses research- based tools to understand your child’s skills, strengths, and challenges. The BCBA then designs a personalized treatment plan and recommends how many service hours are needed per week.

Parent Training

We educate and empower parents at every stage of the therapeutic process so they can respond appropriately to their children's needs and behaviors. By incorporating therapy goals into the home environment, we ensure stability for your child and maximize their chances for success.

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Home-Based Therapy

An RBT visits your home regularly to help your child develop new skills. They practice learning exercises, household chores, and emotional regulation techniques so your child can integrate better and improve communication with family and friends.

In-School Support

We work with your child’s educators to incorporate ABA principles in school and arrange for shadow teachers, when necessary. By working as a team, we improve therapy effectiveness and enable more efficient progress across various settings.

Our Process

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Get In Touch

We fill you in on the ABA process and address your questions or concerns.

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Get Evaluated

Our BCBA evaluates your child’s skill set and designs a customized care plan proposal.

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Get Approved

Our intake coordinator submits the care plan for review and approval by your insurance provider.

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Get Services

A friendly ABA therapist implements your child’s care plan under the BCBA’s supervision.

ABA Therapy for Autism treatment;
What you may be wondering.

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ABA teaches children new skills, behaviors, and coping mechanisms through the power of positive reinforcement. Your child’s clinician will gather data on how your child is responding to each therapy method they try, and based on how they’re progressing, adjust their treatment to match. Through ABA, your child can learn, grow, and develop in a way that works best for them. Your child will gain the much-needed tools to cope with the challenges of having autism and function in a world designed for the neurotypical.


ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) has proven to be the gold standard for children with ASD and developmental delays. ABA is considered an evidence-based best-practice treatment by the US Surgeon General and the American Psychological Association.

While there are no miracle cures for developmental delays, ABA therapy is the most frequently recommended option for ASD (autism spectrum disorder). It’s the recommended choice of The Centers for Disease Control (CDC), The National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the U.S. Surgeon General. Most major insurance companies and state health agencies, the American Medical Association, and the American Academy of Pediatrics all support ABA.


Like most good things, the earlier, the better. Most parents and clinicians can identify autism in children before they reach 18 months of age. The children that begin ABA therapy before two make the most significant improvements and overcome developmental deficits.

Children who begin ABA  therapy as soon as they are diagnosed with ASD make much greater progress.

ABA therapy is a time-proven, research based, successful method that focuses on understanding and utilizing how behavior is influenced and developed. ABA looks at the reason behind the actions of each child, and the circumstances under which they occur to teach appropriate ways of reaching the goal of each specific behavior. The goal of ABA therapy is to develop new skills, shape and refine previously learned behaviors, and decrease problem behaviors to help each child succeed.

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