Serving N Florida, S Alabama
Now accepting clients in Crestview, FL
Welcome to the Orchard
We are closely monitoring the CDC recommendations for the Covid-19 virus. Your child is entitled to the medically necessary therapy, and we will make every effort to safely continue providing these services. Our employees will increase their sanitation procedures and work with you to provide your family with the help you need. Please let our office know if you have any concerns. Thank you - Aimee Roberts, Director
"I WANT TO GIVE EVERY CHILD THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY TO GROW INTO THEIR BEST SELF."
Aimee Roberts, Owner, BCBA, MA
Orchard ABA provides quality in-home and community based therapy for children and youth with behavioral concerns associated with autism and other diagnoses.
Non-verbal, aggressive, picky eaters, tantrums, social problems? We work with your child and family to build a better quality of life.
Clients in Crestview
WHAT TO EXPECT
Applied Behavior Analysis
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a powerful tool, used by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst to teach new skills to children with autism symptoms, ADHD, developmental delays and behavioral concerns. The process begins with an Intake Assessment to determine your child’s needs and skills assessment. Therapy sessions will be conducted in your home, the community, daycare, and/or school, based on the needs of your family to increase skill acquisition and decrease behaviors of concern.
We Accept Insurance and Private Pay
Email us to have a Board Certified Analyst contact you to answer any questions regarding our services.
With You Every Step of the Way
Many behaviors of concern for a family may stem from a reduced ability to communicate effectively. Functional Communication Therapy assists your child in learning to use words, signing, or assistive technology to express his or her needs and wants in a more effective manner.
SOCIAL SKILLS PROGRAMS
Increasing Peer Play
During social skills training, your child will learn critical skills for playing appropriately with others, forming friendships, and engaging in meaningful conversations.
Reducing Problem Behaviors
Reducing maladaptive behaviors
We work with your family to reduce problem (maladaptive) behaviors and replace them with more functional and appropriate behaviors, ABA uses research based techniques to identify the function of behaviors (such as attention, escape, and access to items/activities). Families will learn to identify these functions and how to appropriately deal with problem behaviors so that they are reduced in frequency and intensity.