Ezra Behavioral Analysis

EMPOWERS children with Autism and their families, guiding them on a journey filled with optimism and purpose.

We passionately believe that AUTISM IS NOT A BARRIER, but a distinctive advantage that, with nurturing dedication, leads to remarkable achievements.

By CELEBRATING EACH CHILD'S unique gifts, strengths, and talents, we provide a platform for them to reach their fullest potential.

We ignite knowledge, inspire compassion, and transform lives, fostering a future where every child's uniqueness shines, strengths amplify, and POSSIBILITIES ARE LIMITLESS...

Roadmap to ABA therapy

Getting Started​

Request an Intake: Reach out to an ABA therapy provider, like Proud Moments, to initiate the intake process. Provide basic information about your child and your goals.​

Assessment and Diagnosis

Get a Diagnosis: Seek an autism diagnosis from a medical doctor (MD) or PhD, if not already obtained. Ensure the diagnosis is well-documented and includes autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This step is vital for insurance coverage.

Personal Assessment

Comprehensive Assessment: Collaborate with a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and Behavior Technician (BT). Conduct an in-depth assessment of your child's strengths, challenges, and unique needs. Define clear objectives and areas for intervention.

ABA Therapy Commences

Work with a BCBA and BT: Begin ABA therapy with a dedicated team led by a BCBA. Implement individualized programs and interventions based on the assessment. Consistent sessions tailored to your child's needs and objectives.

Coordination of Care

Collaborative Approach: Work closely with your BCBA to ensure your child's ABA therapy aligns with their needs and goals. Establish open communication for progress updates and any necessary adjustments.

Ongoing Monitoring and Support

Regular Assessments: Periodic assessments to track progress and adapt strategies. Family involvement in the therapy process to enhance the child's success. Support and guidance provided to parents for consistent reinforcement.

Assessment and Diagnosis

Get a Diagnosis: Seek an autism diagnosis from a medical doctor (MD) or PhD, if not already obtained. Ensure the diagnosis is well-documented and includes autism spectrum disorder (ASD). This step is vital for insurance coverage.

ABA Therapy Commences

Work with a BCBA and BT: Begin ABA therapy with a dedicated team led by a BCBA. Implement individualized programs and interventions based on the assessment. Consistent sessions tailored to your child's needs and objectives.

Ongoing Monitoring and Support

Regular Assessments: Periodic assessments to track progress and adapt strategies. Family involvement in the therapy process to enhance the child's success. Support and guidance provided to parents for consistent reinforcement.

Getting Started​

Request an Intake: Reach out to an ABA therapy provider, like Proud Moments, to initiate the intake process. Provide basic information about your child and your goals.​

Personal Assessment

Comprehensive Assessment: Collaborate with a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and Behavior Technician (BT). Conduct an in-depth assessment of your child's strengths, challenges, and unique needs. Define clear objectives and areas for intervention.

Coordination of Care

Collaborative Approach: Work closely with your BCBA to ensure your child's ABA therapy aligns with their needs and goals. Establish open communication for progress updates and any necessary adjustments.

Most Major Insurances Accepted

Your child's path to progress starts with you. We're here to listen, guide, and provide unmatched expertise and support. Together, we'll help your child find their way to a brighter future. Start the conversation today.

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