Now located in Dover, NH! Our clinic will provide children diagnosed with ASD a center space in which they can access both comprehensive and focused Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services. This model provides families with increased access to family training and participation, promoting consistent, structured, hands-on opportunities.
We understand that it takes a village, and dynamic teams are crucial to your child’s development. Clinic-based services offer collaborative support involving enhanced supervision with multiple on-site Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) in a center environment.
30-40 hours per week of one-on-one, early intensive intervention with trained Registered Behavior Technicians in the clinic-based setting for children up to 6 years of age.
Parent training is an important piece of any treatment plan when working with children and adolescents. Parent training and participation is embedded within our other treatment plans and is required for most insurance companies. All caregivers are encouraged to participate in monthly meetings, trainings and goals.
10-15 hours per week of one-on-one individualized treatment with trained Registered Behavior Technicians provided in the afternoon for children who attend grade school. Our team works collaboratively with schools and other services.
Services include 1:1 ABA therapy, ongoing assessment, family and parent trainings, IFSP/IEP assistance and development, and community assistance.
Each client is unique and we approach each case as such. We are committed to improving the quality of life of each client and their families.
We work to improve socially significant behaviors and routinely reevaluate treatment to increase progress.
We determine a starting point by evaluating your child’s current skill level with a comprehensive applied behavior analysis evaluation.
H.O.P.E. has everything a family would need to help their child with daily activities that often present unavoidable challenges in learning.
At H.O.P.E. Behavioral Consulting, we believe that all children are capable of learning as we focus our teaching through a blended model of Natural Environment Teaching (NET) and Discrete Trial Training (DTT).