ABA of North Texas

Our Services

Our institution’s treatment regimen is formulated and tailored to each client by a proficient Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with extensive expertise. Our approach is centered around enhancing our clients’ communication, social skills, adaptive skills, play, and leisure skills, among others. Our fundamental objective is to mitigate problematic behaviors such as aggression, self-injury, and self-stimulatory behaviors, and promote desirable behaviors such as eye contact and verbal repertoires, in order to facilitate optimal outcomes.

What We Offer?

Parent Training

    The program is hosted at a designated center, where a committed Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) will collaborate with you to assess the optimal therapy duration and propose a care schedule, guided by a comprehensive evaluation of your child’s unique requirements. The BCBA will curate a personalized program featuring skill sets in multiple developmental areas, encompassing safety, self-care, communication, play and leisure, social skills, and other domains. At the scheduled therapy sessions, a registered behavior technician (RBT) will attend to your child in an individualized setting, exclusively focused on providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy.


  1. We implement a behavioral intervention approach that focuses on replacing maladaptive behavior with appropriate skills.
  2. Our therapy services are conveniently provided at a centralized location, eliminating the need for extensive travel. We strive to make therapy accessible and convenient for our clients.
  3. Our therapists place great importance on understanding your family’s unique culture and home environment to provide tailored and personalized therapy. This approach enables us to effectively observe and address individual needs.
  4. Our center’s setup facilitates parent involvement and natural teaching opportunities. Parents can actively participate in therapy sessions and reinforce learned skills at home. This involvement fosters a collaborative approach to therapy, maximizing outcomes for children and families.
  5. Our center offers a safe and nurturing environment for children to learn and grow as they engage in therapy services.
  6. Our center is dedicated to promoting generalization of skills across various settings. We offer opportunities for practicing and mastering skills in real-world environments to ensure the generalization of skills.
  7. We provide regular training sessions for parents, giving them the tools and strategies to support their child’s development at home. These sessions are held on a weekly or monthly basis to ensure ongoing support for parents.
  8. Our trained Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) can accompany children into the community to work on triggers and practice positive functional behaviors in real-world settings. This approach promotes generalization of skills and supports children’s overall development.


Our organization provides comprehensive family and school consultation services. We offer specialized consultation services to individuals in both public and private school settings who are seeking Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services or consultation. In addition, our Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is available to provide parent advocacy during Individualized Education Program (IEP) meetings.

For family consultation, we offer frequent and intensive parent training sessions that are designed to equip parents with hands-on techniques and behavior management skills. Our approach focuses on improving communication and promoting cooperative behavior in children with autism. We believe that parent training is a critical component of our ABA services and is essential to the success of our clients.

Our team of experts will provide you with a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental concepts that make ABA therapy effective and practical. Our goal is to empower parents with the skills and knowledge necessary to promote optimal outcomes for their child.

To ensure successful behavior modification, our organization follows a structured approach consisting of the following steps:

  1. Goal Setting: We work with our clients to identify and prioritize a single goal at a time, ensuring that each goal is achievable and realistic.
  2. Replacement Behavior: Our team of experts identifies a suitable replacement behavior to replace the problematic behavior.
  3. Practice and Role-Playing: We provide comprehensive support through practice and role-playing, including feedback, and assistance to help clients effectively learn and adopt the new behavior.
  4. Parent Training: We offer comprehensive training to parents on how to reinforce the replacement behavior in their child effectively.
  5. Data Collection: We monitor and record behavior data to track progress and make data-driven decisions.
  6. Reinforcement Fading: We gradually decrease reinforcement as the replacement behavior becomes more consistent and natural.
  7. Generalization: We work with our clients to ensure that the replacement behavior is generalized across different settings and individuals to achieve long-term behavior change.

Our evidence-based approach ensures a comprehensive and effective behavior modification plan, tailored to meet the specific needs of our clients.

Community Based Therapy

Community-based applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy offers a comprehensive approach to addressing challenging behaviors and developing essential skills in diverse community settings such as churches, grocery stores, doctor’s offices, and schools. This type of therapy is typically complemented with in-home ABA therapy, ensuring the continuity of progress achieved during the therapy sessions. By facilitating opportunities for children to engage in public settings, our program empowers parents to overcome concerns about challenging behaviors and offers children valuable learning opportunities. Community outings provide a platform for children to enhance socialization, physical awareness, and generalize skills in real-world contexts, fostering their self-confidence and self-awareness. Additionally, our guided participation program helps develop general skills that are applicable to different settings, including school and work, such as demonstrating patience while waiting in line, speaking appropriately, and remaining within an adult’s line of sight. Our community-based programs prioritize the maintenance of appropriate behaviors across diverse settings, and we provide a range of programs that focus on various skills development. Below are some examples of our programs and the skills that our clients practice.

  1. Grocery stores: Queue management, utilizing a shopping list, social etiquette, handling rejection
  2. Restaurants: Managing crowds, queuing, navigating a menu, gracefully accepting refusal, displaying appropriate table manners
  3. Libraries: Queue management, adjusting behavior to the environment (maintaining silence), engaging in social activities (reading groups)
  4. Playground: Participating in group play, honing communication skills with peers, smoothly transitioning between activities
  5. Road safety: Navigating street crossings, using sidewalks, staying close to an adult or guardian
  6. Haircuts: Sitting patiently for an extended period of time, tolerating shearing instruments, enduring the use of clippers and razors.

Our approach involves a gradual integration of the child into the broader community, as we recognize that this is a crucial factor in achieving success. Our goal is to ensure that the child is comfortable within the community and that the community, in turn, feels at ease with the child’s presence. Through our program, the child will acquire a nuanced understanding of social interactions and learn the value of camaraderie, brotherhood, and fellowship.

In the case of older clients seeking employment, our community-based ABA therapy emphasizes the acquisition of social skills and a heightened sense of safety when navigating public spaces. For instance, entire therapy sessions may be devoted to practicing how to ride public transport to various destinations or learning how to behave appropriately in a workplace setting. We leverage the local environment to teach and promote new skills, including but not limited to:

  1. Culinary and household management abilities
  2. Proficiency in safety protocols
  3. Occupational instruction
  4. Vocational competencies
  5. Self-sufficiency skills for independent living.

Educator Consultation

Our organization provides comprehensive training and consultation services aimed at mitigating maladaptive behavior, reducing the incidence of restraints and incident reports, implementing evidence-based strategies, and providing personnel training as necessary. In accordance with the Texas autism supplement and IDEA regulations, we offer assistance in evaluating school services for children and providing support and leadership to improve outcomes. Our services extend to parents and children of all grade levels, beginning at three years of age.

Our process begins with a thorough collection of all relevant data and background information pertaining to the child’s situation at school. This includes recent evaluations by the school or any outside health or therapy provider, previous plans developed for the child, as well as goals proposed by the school. We use this information to draft a comprehensive plan, which takes into account your input as well as feedback from therapists with firsthand knowledge of your child’s needs and progress. Collaboratively, we set goals for your child, sometimes creating new goals or modifying existing goals to increase the level of challenge or ensure measurability. Prior to presenting the plan at the meeting with the school, parents have an opportunity to review and provide input. We also assist in preparing parents for the meeting and provide support throughout the meeting process to advocate on their behalf.