Boost! Learning and Behavior Therapy

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Erica Wyner Licensed Behavior Analyst, PLLC

130 7th Avenue #233

New York, NY 10011

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) uses empirically validated methods derived from the science of behavior to elicit behavior change. The term behavior reaches far beyond "problem behaviors" and refers to any observable and measurable action or word. In other words, it refers to any socially- significant skill. In a clinical setting, the application of these ABA methods help individuals, including those with autism, acquire new socially-significant skills that seek to improve his or her life. Data collection, measurement and trend analysis are at the core of tracking this progress. 

What is ABA? 

ABA at Boost! Learning and Behavior Therapy 

First we assess each child's current skill level using either the ABLLS-R® or VB-MAPP® and then develop individualized programs based on the assessment findings. All programs are data-driven and progress is quantitatively measured and assessed regularly to inform "next steps". Parents and caregivers are a fundamental part of intervention through parent training and by teaching generalization. When challenging behaviors arise that disrupt progress or daily life, Functional Behavior Assessments (FBA) can be conducted. A Verbal Behavior approach is an integral component.

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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) uses empirically validated methods derived from the science of behavior to elicit behavior change. The term behavior reaches far beyond "problem behaviors" and refers to any observable and measurable action or word. In other words, it refers to any socially- significant skill. In a clinical setting, the application of these ABA methods help individuals, including those with autism, acquire new socially-significant skills that seek to improve his or her life. Data collection, measurement and trend analysis are at the core of tracking this progress. 

Group Learning

Develop self-management ,follow classroom routines and generalize learned skills