Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Therapy - JumpStart Autism Center
JumpStart Autism Center
Data Provided By
Mile High United Way - MHUW
Description of Service
Provides ABA therapy with the goal of applying interventions based on previous data collection to improve behaviors in the following areas:
- Social Skills
- Play Skills
- Adaptive Living Skills
- Motor Skills
- Sensory Processing Difficulties
- And more
Call to discuss ABA therapy needs and receive intake paperwork via email. Complete intake paperwork and submit evaluation report to be added to interest list.
Families are responsible for their own transportation to Center-Based sessions. Home-Based sessions are limited to a 20-mile radius of the center.
ABA is based on the research and principles of learning theory (e.g. operant conditioning) and examines the relationship between an individual's behavior and their environment.
When calling, ask for a comprehensive ASD resource guide, which includes a variety of resources for children diagnosed with autism and their families. This resource also includes other ABA providers that may have a shorter interest list or more exclusively home-based ABA therapy.
Families with children between the ages of 0 - 15 who have a diagnosis of autism. If the child is covered by Medicaid, ABA therapy can be provided for a greater ranges of diagnoses, from intellectual disability to developmental delay (call Medicaid for details).