Little Leaves provides individualized behavioral therapy based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) in your child’s home, school, or community.

We use methods and strategies that have been scientifically proven to benefit children with social, communication, and behavioral challenges, including autism. We work closely with you and your child to ensure the highest quality of care. 

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1:1 Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy

Little Leaves provides intensive Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy for children with autism spectrum disorders, problem behaviors, or related challenges. Based on your child’s specific needs, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will develop an individualized treatment plan. An Associate Therapist will then work one-on-one with your child to implement the therapy and collect data on your child’s progress. The BCBA will continually assess the results of treatment and update the plan as your child progresses. We will also teach you how to use the same strategies so you can continue to support your child’s development when you are together. 

 

Functional Behavior Assessment and Behavior
Intervention Plan Development

Little Leaves offers support for children who may be struggling with a particular skill or behavior problem. Our staff can observe your child (ideally, in the place where the problem typically occurs) to determine what may be causing it and to suggest steps to fix it. This may include identifying and teaching key skills to replace any problem behaviors.

 

School Shadowing

Little Leaves offers trained therapists to support your child’s success in school. Our school shadows can support your child’s transition from a home-or center-based treatment program into a classroom environment. Or, they can help a child struggling in a classroom build the skills necessary to interact with peers and learn in a classroom setting. Little Leaves provides trained therapists to help support your child’s success in school.