Individual ABA Programs
Confidence Connection's Individual ABA Program is a 1:1 program that focuses on communication, language and individual play skills in both 1:1 and group settings. Program are developed using the ABLLS, VB-MAPP, PEAK, AFLS or Vineland assessment, observation and consultation with parents and the child's public or private school personnel.
ABA Providers: All of Confidence Connection's ABA Therapists are Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT) with a minimum BA/BS degree. In many cases Confidence Connection are in a Masters program in ABA, Speech and Language Pathology or Special Education. Every ABA case is overseen by a licensed BCBA with at least two years experience in the field of ABA. All ABA cases are overseen by Eve Weber, Executive Director. Eve is a BCBA, SLP and Reading Specialist.
Some of the primary objectives of a child's ABA program at Confidence Connection include:
Parent Feedback and Training:
Once the child's goals are developed the parent will receive a copy of the goals. The lead therapist will be collecting data on each goal frequently during each session. Parents will receive session notes after each session summarizing how their child is performing on his/her objectives. Parents will have regular consults/meetings with their child's BCBA. Parents are welcome to set-up a time to observe their child in a session and to meet with their child's lead therapist.
Please contact us at (781) 433-9890 for costs of services. Confidence Connection currently accepts most insurance plans including Blue Cross Blue Shield, UBH, UHC, Aetna, Tufts Commercial, Tufts Public and Harvard Pilgrim Health Care insurance plans.