Learn more about Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA).

What is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy?

“Evidence-Based” Practices

When clinical care is said to be “Evidence-Based,” it means that the procedure has established clinical support and has been proven to be effective by testing and research. Through the ongoing collection of data and program evaluations, clinicians are able to make discoveries that can help us improve the quality of a client’s care.

Evidence For ABA

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) has been cited as a “best practice” in the treatment of many of the core features of autism by the US Surgeon General, the Centers for Disease Control, and the National Autism Center.

Over the last 50 years, evidence has mounted that intensive ABA therapy has improved countless lives and often changed life trajectories. The application of evidence-based principles to ABA involves the delivery of ABA services based on 1) the best evidence on evidence-based behavioral interventions, 2) client and family goals, values and/or preferences, held together by clinical progress monitoring that implements treatment adjustments throughout therapy to reach the child’s maximum potential effectively and efficiently.

How Canopy Approaches ABA

Canopy does not simply provide families with ABA services. We tailor and adjust evidence-based behavioral interventions that best fit the immediate and long-term goals of the child.

Although each child is formally reassessed every six months, our therapists strive to detect and problem-solve therapeutic measures that may not fit the child’s needs and make corrections and adjustments. This includes the electronic collection of data during each therapy session and constant evaluation of the data throughout the session to ensure the child is getting the most out of their therapy with each visit.

Our therapists participate in continuing education to stay up-to-date on innovations in therapeutic research and apply these findings to best-practice models used in the clinic.