Early Intensive
Behavioral
Intervention
(EIBI)

Early Intensive Behavioral
Intervention (EIBI)

EIBI empowers a family by providing the required service at an early age, specifically targeting communication and adaptive behavior skills. EIBI maximizes a child’s intervention gains by utilizing a total team approach, consisting of parents, bachelor’s-level technicians, and master’s-level specialists to implement these strategies for continuity of treatment and therapeutic efficacy. Our team will also coordinate with teachers and other providers, such as speech or occupational therapists, to achieve the best results. Components of EIBI include Discrete Trial Training (DTT), one-to-one sessions with your child and their assigned therapist for 20-40 hours a week of services, and supervision of the program designed by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at least four times a month.

EIBI empowers a family by providing the required service at an early age, specifically targeting communication and adaptive behavior skills. EIBI maximizes a child’s intervention gains by utilizing a total team approach, consisting of parents, bachelor’s-level technicians, and master’s-level specialists to implement these strategies for continuity of treatment and therapeutic efficacy. Our team will also coordinate with teachers and other providers, such as speech or occupational therapists, to achieve the best results. Components of EIBI include Discrete Trial Training (DTT), one-to-one sessions with your child and their assigned therapist for 20-40 hours a week of services, and supervision of the program designed by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst at least four times a month.

Discrete Trial Training (DTT) is a teaching strategy used in ABA programs. This structured technique consists of breaking down skills to be acquired by your child into smaller, teachable units, and systematically teaching these targets one-by-one, depending on the client’s level of performance. During intake and throughout sessions, targets for DTT will be determined for each kiddo.

Natural Environment Teaching (NET) is another teaching strategy that we use. This is a less structured technique that takes place in the child’s environment, in which technicians create opportunities to teach skills, including appropriate play, social, motor, and communication skills.

Timely intervention is
THE KEY FOR SUCCESS

Discrete Trial Training (DTT) is a teaching strategy used in ABA programs. This structured technique consists of breaking down skills to be acquired by your child into smaller, teachable units, and systematically teaching these targets one-by-one, depending on the client’s level of performance. During intake and throughout sessions, targets for DTT will be determined for each kiddo.

Natural Environment Teaching (NET) is another teaching strategy that we use. This is a less structured technique that takes place in the child’s environment, in which technicians create opportunities to teach skills, including appropriate play, social, motor, and communication skills.

Timely intervention is
THE KEY FOR SUCCESS

Eligible insurances

Eligible insurances

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