Listings in ABA Therapy

ABA is a set of principles that form the basis for many behavioral treatments. ABA is based on the science of learning and behavior. ABA is considered an evidence-based “best” practice treatment by the US Surgeon General and by the American Psychological Association.

Applied Behavior Analysis involves many techniques for understanding and changing behavior. ABA is a flexible treatment:  

  • Can be adapted to meet the needs of each unique person
  • Provided in many different locations – at home, at school, and in the community
  • Teaches skills that are useful in everyday life
  • Can involve one-to-one teaching or group instruction
Positive Reinforcement

Positive reinforcement is one of the main strategies used in ABA.

When a behavior is followed by something that is valued (a reward), a person is more likely to repeat that behavior. Over time, this encourages positive behavior change.

First, the therapist identifies a goal behavior. Each time the person uses the behavior or skill successfully, they get a reward. The reward is meaningful to the individual – examples include praise, a toy or book, watching a video, access to playground or other location, and more.

Positive rewards encourage the person to continue using the skill. Over time this leads to meaningful behavior change. 

Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence

Understanding antecedents (what happens before a behavior occurs) and consequences (what happens after the behavior) is another important part of any ABA program.

The following three steps – the “A-B-Cs” – help us teach and understand behavior:

  1. An antecedent: this is what occurs right before the target behavior. It can be verbal, such as a command or request. It can also be physical, such a toy or object, or a light, sound, or something else in the environment. An antecedent may come from the environment, from another person, or be internal (such as a thought or feeling).

  2. A resulting behavior: this is the person’s response or lack of response to the antecedent. It can be an action, a verbal response, or something else.  

  3. consequence: this is what comes directly after the behavior. It can include positive reinforcement of the desired behavior, or no reaction for incorrect/inappropriate responses.

Berger Learning Group

in ABA Therapy

Located in Bergen County, the Berger Learning Group works with families from throughout the New York/New Jersey metropolitan area.

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Waves of Progress LLC

in ABA Therapy, Behavioral Therapy

Our mission is to provide quality, evidence based, data driven behavioral therapy. Visit us at: wavesofprgressllc.com In Home | In School | Day Program

Point Pleasant Beach, New Jersey 08742
United States

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RinnABA

in ABA Therapy

Rinn ABA, a family-owned professional practice, provides high quality autism treatment grounded in the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), which produces the most effective interventions for persons across the autism spectrum.

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ABA S.T.E.P.S., LLC

in ABA Therapy, Behavioral Therapy, Social Skills Training, Parent Training

At ABA S.T.E.P.S., our team applies concepts of the Applied Behavior Analysis philosophy, for children and young adults ages 0-21.

Niles Avenue
Madison, New Jersey 07940
United States

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ABA S.T.E.P.S., LLC

in ABA Therapy, Behavioral Therapy, Social Skills Training, Parent Training

ABA Therapy, In-home training, Parent coaching, Behavioral therapy

Niles Avenue
Madison, New Jersey 07940
United States

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Behaviors in Motion

in ABA Therapy, Early Intervention 0 - 3

Behaviors In Motion, LLC provides school, home, & community based Applied Behavior Analysis services focusing on skill acquisition & behavior reduction.

Cranford, New Jersey 07016
United States

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Achieve Beyond

in ABA Therapy

Achieve Beyond was founded in 1995 to meet the needs of developmentally delayed and disabled children and their families, particularly children with bilingual needs.

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Social Skills Summer Camp

in Day Camps, ABA Therapy, Social Skills Training, Parent Coaching, Parent Training, Social Skills - Ages 3 - 5, Social Skills Groups - Ages 6 - 9, Social Skills Groups - Ages 10 - 12, Social Skills Groups - Ages 13 - 15

JDK Social Station, LLC is a specialized multi-sensory teaching facility that enhances learning, social, and living skills of children with social deficits. We offer social skills classes, summer camp, and private ABA therapy.

780 Post Place
Second building
Secaucus, New Jersey 07094
United States

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The Behavior Place

in ABA Therapy, Behavioral Therapy, Social Skills Training

Our Mission is to provide comprehensive, meaningful, and socially significant behavior analytic services to children ages 2-17 diagnosed with Autism Spectrum and related Disorders.

Goshen, New York
United States

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New Direction ABA Metuchen

in ABA Therapy

New Direction ABA is an experienced and reliable provider of in-home and community setting-based ABA in Bergen County NJ.

4 Bridge Street
Metuchen, New Jersey 08840
United States

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