We feel that frequent visits and a hands-on approach are key to your child's success. Our supervisors will be on-hand to work with your child, family, and team of therapists with regular visits and check-ins to make sure you feel supported and confident.
As well as carrying out a full assessment of your child's abilities, designing and overseeing your support programme, we can also spend sessions working one-to-one with your child. By working directly with your child we can provide well-informed and individualised support based on your child's learning style and motivation. Our hands-on approach means we can keep up with the pace of your child's learning, and address any issues quickly - all to maximise your child’s potential.
ABA is not one-size-fits-all; ABA is an umbrella term for a wide range of effective teaching methods. We will identify the most crucial skills for your child, for example communication, social skills, academics, community participation or daily living skills, and put specific programmes in place to support them with each area.
We will focus on teaching functional skills to support our learners to be as independent as possible in later life. Our targets are guided by a wide range of assessments including the EYFS and National Curriculum. This way our teaching complements your child's education, and teaches the skills they will need to thrive in their current and future educational or work setting.
Our guidance draws from a range of approaches including:
- Early Start Denver Model
- The Verbal Behavior Approach
- The Seven Steps to Earning Instructional Control
- The Pyramid Approach
- Flexible and Focussed
- The Picture Exchange Communication System (PECS)
- Teaching Good Learner Repertoires
- Practical Functional Assessment