New England ABA’s sole mission is to change lives, one family at a time. This singular focus permeates all facets of service delivery from intake to our direct clinical work.
How do we achieve this mission?
- Timely, prompt and simplified intake process
- Proactive hiring and recruiting practices
- Innovative and dedicated in-house scheduling
- Individualized treatment plans rooted in evidence-based strategies and approaches
- Collaborative and family-focused goal creation and ongoing programming updates
- Routine data-based progress monitoring
- Local teams
- Comprehensive Training
- Individualized Treatment Plans
- Empathy and Respect
- Timely Access To Care
Each New England ABA regional office has a dedicated team of coordinators and managers that serve only the clients in their respective regions. This allows each regional team to provide high quality, individualized customer service during all phases of treatment.
All Behavior Technicians at New England ABA go through a rigorous new hire training program based on the BACB’s RBT Task List. A final competency exam must be passed in order to be cleared for field service. This ensures that all Behavior Technicians are trained in the fundamentals of ABA prior to visiting their first client. This training commitment far exceeds minimum requirements but our clinical team feels it is necessary in order to meet our goals of clinical quality and meaningful outcomes for our clients.
New England ABA is committed to tailoring an individual program for each and every client. This is achieved by molding a wide range of evidence-based practices to meet the current and future needs of all of our clients. Our staff has been trained in a wide variety of research-based strategies such as Pivotal Response Training, Discrete Trial Training, the Early Start Denver Model and more. This means that at New England ABA we have the expertise to be able to fit the program around the learner instead of forcing them to fit into a one sied fits all approach.
Here at New England ABA we respect the commitment that it takes for a client and their family to engage in ABA therapy. Often sessions are held multiple days a week for 2-3 hours. When you add to that the stress that is associated with raising a child with Autism our clients and families are under a great deal of stress on a daily basis. From this comes our commitment to always approach families with an empathetic communication approach which focuses on listening deeply so that we understand the unique needs of each client and family we serve.
New England ABA is committed to providing families with access to care in the fastest timeframe possible. This means that we strive to reduce our waitlist as much as possible here at New England ABA. We achieve this goal though proactive recruiting and training initiatives along with our other partnership and community outreach programs. New England ABA is an area leader in resources allocated toward recruiting and retaining highly talented and experienced clinicians. The result is quicker access to life changing services for the children and families that we serve.