Our Expertise

Our staff consists of Board Certified Behavior Analysis (BCBA), Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA), Registered Behavioral Technicians (RBT), licensed teachers and licensed professionals.  Our staff are trained in the latest Applied Behavior Analysis techniques, maintain their professional certifications, and complete regular training.
 
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Under PA Act 62, we accept insurance for ABA Therapy
We are in-network with the following health insurance:
  • United Healthcare
  • Blue Cross/Blue Shield
  • Tricare/Managed Health Network
  • Aetna
  • Private Pay
Check with your health insurance company to verify eligibility of ABA Therapy services for children diagnosed with ASD.

One-on-one Intensive Teaching Early Intervention Program

 

We offer 1:1 ABA programming for children under the age of 5. Our program emphasizes building language and social skills for young children with autism. The program’s components include naturalistic environment teaching, discrete trial training, and generalization. The Intensive Teaching Early Intervention programs are created based on the Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program. Staff will work on increasing communication in the natural environment, pre-academic skills, and social skills.

One-on-one ABA Therapy: School Aged

We provide one-on-one ABA therapy for children with autism in both the home, school and center-based setting. Behavioral and skill acquisition assessments are in order to individualize client programs. The programs include decreasing inappropriate behaviors, increasing communication skills, increasing independence, socially appropriate behaviors and social skills.

One-on-one ABA Therapy: Transition Aged

We provide one-on-one ABA therapy that focuses on preparing individuals with autism for the transition into adulthood. Each individual is assessed using the Assessment for Functional Living Skills.  This assessment covers major areas needed for transitioning, including basic skills, home, school, vocational and community. Individuals work on increasing independence through the chaining  and shaping of behaviors.

Social Skill Groups

We offer small social skills groups for children to work on communicating with their peers with assistance from trained behavior technicians. The social skills groups emphasize conversations skills, perspective taking, critical thinking, social play, self-awareness, joint attention, greetings, developing friendships, and problem-solving skills. The groups are facilitated by BCBA’s and RBT’s. The facilitators lead the students in different exercises that are appropriate to their age group and skill level.

Parent and Community Training

Allegheny Behavior Analysis Services, LLC offers a variety of ABA training that is geared towards educating families, caregivers, therapists, school personnel and/or providers on the principles of ABA. Our training is evidence- based and include the most current applications in ABA.  We offer crisis intervention training from Professional Crisis Management (PCM) for staff and parents.  Upon successful completion of the PCM course, trainees will be certified and will have to maintain yearly re-certification.  Contact us for a quote today.

BCBA Group and Independent Supervision

We offer BCBA/BCABA supervision to individuals looking to obtain the required hours of supervision as part of the BACB requirements. Supervision that is provided is ethical, supportive, systematic and data driven. Supervision includes an initial assessment of familiarity, understanding, and the ability to apply concepts and principles from the BACB task list. Development of supervision is based on each student’s assessment and areas of interest. Group supervision is conducted weekly and includes exploration of concepts from the BACB task list.  Supervision groups are currently conducted every other Tuesday from 5-6:30.

Parent Advocacy Group

Connecting the Dots is a parent advocacy group that is led by Rubia Royer-William. Connecting the Dots offers a network of supportive parents and caregivers, with similar experiences, and strives to connect parents with appropriate resources and best practices in their home and community.  Connecting the Dots meets monthly at ABA Services PGH Place

Adult Programs: Coming Soon!

Stay tuned for our adult services program.  We are working to provide a program for adults to help with transition skills into our communities.

Allegheny Behavior Analysis Services, LLC

3000 Mcknight East Dr Suite 102, Pittsburgh, PA 15237

Main:  (412)230-8615

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