When you’re searching for a Centre that provides ABA therapy (Applied Behaviour Analysis), it’s imperative that you do your own extensive research and take your time to learn about how the Centre operates. With a number of Centres around, there are many different ways that these Centres work, and a variety of approaches that they take.
In this post below, the First Bridge Centre team takes a deeper look at how our leading ABA Centre operates. Read on to learn more, and if you’d like to get in touch regarding our early intervention services in London – then please contact us today via the details at the bottom.
Here at the First Bridge Centre, we are proud to be a leading ABA Centre in London, specialising in autism spectrum disorder, ADHD and other developmental disorders. When you come to us, the first thing that happens is that you and your child will meet with our team of specialists, who have years of expertise in ABA and behavioural and learning psychology. Our team will conduct a skills and barriers to learning based assessment to determine your child’s skills and needs.
Developing a Treatment Plan
Following on from this, our team will then develop an Individualised Therapy Plan, which is based on your child’s personal needs and obstacles to learning. This plan will encompass a variety of disciplines identified in the assessment. Ultimately, this plan will be used as a roadmap for your child’s progress at the First Bridge Centre.
Intensive Treatment Programme
Next, our Centre director, Board Certified Behaviour Analysts (BCBAs) and qualified therapists will start your child’s intensive therapy programme. This will take place in a motivating, play-based therapeutic learning environment – specially designed for optimum therapy and outcomes. As part of this programme, your child will have both 1:1 and group-based ABA, with constant BCBA supervision.
Monthly Training Sessions
After this, we invite both parents and carers to monthly training sessions alongside the child’s BCBA and therapy team. We require families to participate in and attend the monthly review, progress and learning meetings – so that they are actively involved in the programme.
Formal Progress Assessment
Finally, one of our behaviour analysts will assess your child’s progress every six months. Once the assessment has taken place, you will meet with our team to go over your child’s assessment report and understand all the data that has been collected.
Our Highly Reputable ABA Centre in London
If you are looking for an ABA Centre in London, then the First Bridge Centre is the number one choice. We are an Ofsted-registered early intervention centre for children with autism spectrum disorder and other related conditions. Our experienced team can provide leading intervention services for autism spectrum disorders, social communication disorders, speech and language delays and developmental delays. With many years in this field and a wealth of expertise, you can have complete confidence in our specialists to provide an impeccable service and programme from start to finish.
Should you have any questions you’d like to ask us about our ABA Centre and ABA therapy, then please do not hesitate to contact us today. You can reach us on 0203 301 3985 to speak with a member of our team or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be in touch with you as soon as possible. In the meantime, to learn more about the First Bridge Centre’s ABA therapy, then head over to the First Bridge Centre website today. We have lots of information on our early intervention services in London, so you’ll be able to find out exactly what we provide and view our FAQs.