Welcome to Kaleidoscope Behavior Analysis and Therapy
Our Mission for Quality Support
We are committed to providing quality behavior analytic services to children and providing support, training, and resources to caregivers, schools, and the community.
We are a collaborative therapy provider. We believe that collaboration with parents, schools, doctors, therapists, and the community provides the best quality of care and the most effective treatment plan.
We provide training to all members of the child’s life, including siblings, grandparents, extended family, friends, school staff, and community members.
Understanding Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
What is ABA?
Applied behavior analysis, is both an applied science that develops methods of changing behavior and a profession that provides services to meet diverse behavioral needs. Briefly, professionals in applied behavior analysis engage in the specific and comprehensive use of principles of learning, including operant and respondent conditioning, in order to address behavioral needs of widely varying individuals in diverse settings. Examples of these applications include: building the skills and achievements of children in school settings; enhancing the development, abilities, and choices of children and adults with different kinds of disabilities.
How We Can Help
We believe that every child is unique and will grow at his or her own pace. Our therapists spend time nurturing children’s strengths and encouraging them to reach new heights.
We are a home and clinic-based ABA therapy provider. We provide behavioral assessments, skill assessments, and individualized 1:1 therapy focused on decreasing challenging behavior and increasing communication and social interaction skills.
We provide parent training in the home and community to generalize skills across settings.
The Behavioral Health Center of Excellence (BHCOE) has awarded Kaleidoscope Behavior Analysis & Therapy, LLC with an Award of Distinction, recognizing the organization as a top behavioral service provider in the country. The award celebrates exceptional special needs providers that excel in the areas of clinical quality, staff satisfaction and qualifications, and consumer satisfaction. Initial accreditation was received in 2018 with re-accreditation in 2020.
The Council of Autism Service Providers (CASP) supports and guidance by cultivating, sharing, and advocating for provider best practices in autism services