Who
we are

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American Behavioral Solutions was established in 2017 to meet the growing need for behavioral services in Arizona. We are a private agency whose mission is to provide treatment, training, education, and consultation using applied behavior analysis (ABA) to promote positive behavior change and independence in our clients. We strive to empower others to reach their full potential.

Our team

ABA

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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a type of therapy that focuses on using the science of behavior and learning to improve specific behaviors, including communication, social skills, academics, activities of daily living, among other adaptive skills. ABA has been proven to be effective for children and adults that have developmental disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorder.

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Who
we are

ABS Icon

American Behavioral Solutions was established in 2017 to meet the growing need for behavioral services in Arizona. We are a private agency whose mission is to provide treatment, training, education, and consultation using applied behavior analysis (ABA) to promote positive behavior change and independence in our clients. We strive to empower others to reach their full potential.

Our team

ABA

ABA Icon

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a type of therapy that focuses on using the science of behavior and learning to improve specific behaviors, including communication, social skills, academics, activities of daily living, among other adaptive skills. ABA has been proven to be effective for children and adults that have developmental disorders, including Autism Spectrum Disorder

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Our services

Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention
Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention
Behavior Analysis Services
Behavior Analysis
Services
Social Skills Group
Social Skills
Group
Parent Training
Parent
Training
Supervision
Supervision

Our services

Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention
Early Intensive Behavioral
Intervention
Behavior Analysis Services
Behavior Analysis
Services
Social Skills Group
Social Skills
Group
Parent Training
Parent
Training
Supervision
Supervision

News + Events

Brain's 'Spaces' Hold Clues to Origins of Autism

Autistic individuals have increased risk of chronic physical health conditions

Autistic people have higher rates of chronic physical health conditions across the whole body and are more likely to have complex health needs, according to a study led by researchers at the University of Cambridge. Their findings, published in the journal Molecular Autism, have important implications for the clinical care of autistic people.


Until now, it was believed that autistic people were more likely to have specific conditions, such as gastrointestinal pain, sleep problems, and epilepsy/seizure disorders. The new study is different in that it investigated a much wider range of health risks than has been done before and shows that autistic people experience a much broader range of health vulnerabilities than was previously thought.

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12th Annual ETHICS in Professional Practice Conference

Date: August 2, 2024

Hybrid Event

This is a one-day conference featuring leaders in the fields of Ethics, Psychology, Business, and Applied Behavior Analysis offered both for in-person attendance or virtually with recordings available for 14 days post-conference.


Of benefit to Behavior Analysts, Psychologists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Teachers, Special Education Providers, School Administrators, Students and Parents & Caregivers.

FOLLOW THE LINK FOR MORE DETAILS

Autism Fun Festival

News + Events 

Brain's 'Spaces' Hold Clues to Origins of Autism

Autistic individuals have increased risk of chronic physical health conditions

Autistic people have higher rates of chronic physical health conditions across the whole body and are more likely to have complex health needs, according to a study led by researchers at the University of Cambridge. Their findings, published in the journal Molecular Autism, have important implications for the clinical care of autistic people.


Until now, it was believed that autistic people were more likely to have specific conditions, such as gastrointestinal pain, sleep problems, and epilepsy/seizure disorders. The new study is different in that it investigated a much wider range of health risks than has been done before and shows that autistic people experience a much broader range of health vulnerabilities than was previously thought.

READ THE COMPLETE ARTICLE AT:

Autism Fun Festival

12th Annual ETHICS in Professional Practice Conference

Date: August 2, 2024

Hybrid Event

This is a one-day conference featuring leaders in the fields of Ethics, Psychology, Business, and Applied Behavior Analysis offered both for in-person attendance or virtually with recordings available for 14 days post-conference.


Of benefit to Behavior Analysts, Psychologists, Speech-Language Pathologists, Teachers, Special Education Providers, School Administrators, Students and Parents & Caregivers.

FOLLOW THE LINK FOR MORE DETAILS

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