The Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program at The Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh provides comprehensive and holistic services for children with autism and related disorders between the ages of 18 months to 21 years old. We offer a range of programs, including both individual and Group Therapy
to best meet the needs of each child.
We provide individual and group ABA services in a clinical setting. Parent training is a key part of our program and can occur in person in the clinic or via telehealth. The ABA program collaborates directly with in-house speech, occupational therapy, physical therapy, behavioral health, and nutrition/feeding programs where appropriate.
Our ABA Services at The Children’s Institute are focused on improving the lives of children by empowering both the child and family through strategic interventions aimed at increasing communication and social skills and decreasing problematic behaviors that interfere with learning, social interactions, and overall quality of life.
As an ABA provider, the Children's Institute utilizes the expertise of our amazing professionals to create a collaborative and effective program that best fits the needs of those in the autism community.
- Our ABA program includes a collaborative approach and brings multiple services under one roof, including speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, behavioral health, and nutrition/feeding where appropriate.
- A robust parent training program teaches family behavioral techniques and principles to ensure continuity from the center to the home.
- Highly trained, master's level Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) oversee all treatments to help children prosper and grow. There is no better partner than The Children's Institute - our passionate team members have been serving children with special needs since 1902.
- Our programs, including both individual and Group Therapy options, are age-appropriate and offered at flexible times to best meet the needs of families.