BCA is happy to care for you and your family in three locations in North Carolina, providing ABA therapy in Wilmington, Hampstead, and Leland.
The caring professionals at Behavioral Consulting for Autism, PLLC are dedicated to improving the lives of individuals with autism spectrum disorders. We use evidence-based strategies established on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) including individualized intervention plans unique to every child. Everyone at Behavioral Consulting for Autism (BCA) – is committed to providing effective, equitable, and quality services to our clients and their loved ones regardless of background, socioeconomic status, ethnicity, gender, or religion. We look forward to creating autism success stories with you!
BCA is devoted to fostering, cultivating, and preserving a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion. BCA pledges to continually celebrate and cultivate a diverse community, while working to ensure that each person on the autism spectrum can reach their full potential, living a life of meaning and purpose.
Champion diversity by building a community of staff and clients who are as diverse as the community we serve.
Commit to equal and open access to all. We seek to provide our services to all who could benefit, regardless of who they are or where they are from.
Our vision is to partner with families living with autism to create a plan specific to the needs of their child that will make lasting, positive changes to grow and reach their fullest potential.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a science dedicated to the understanding and improvement of human behavior. Our Behavior Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) at BCA in Wilmington focus on defining behaviors of social significance, sometimes referred to target behaviors. BCBAs intervene to improve target behaviors while demonstrating relationship between the intervention and behavior improvements. Once an effective intervention has been implemented, on-going data collection occurs. Further, BCBAs program for generalization and maintenance of all skills to ensure that the behaviors maintain over time and settings.
In short, ABA can be used to address almost any behavior. If it is a behavior, and it can be observed, ABA principles exist that can be used to either increase or decrease that behavior. As a discipline, ABA providers are charged with the improvement of socially significant behaviors including social skills, expressive and receptive communication, and repetitive or stereotyped behaviors. An ABA program targets specific developmental areas such as:
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For some children, a Home-Based ABA program may be the most appropriate form of intervention. Home-based ABA allows for family involvement and training and helps children use the new skills they are learning in their natural setting. This option allows us to create functional goals and routines that help the child as well as the whole family.