Freehold, NJ Functions of Behavior ABA Services
Establishing Operations & SD ABA in Freehold
Freehold is considered to have become a bedroom suburb of New York City. The Freehold region is a commercial hub for Central New Jersey, which also includes Freehold Township. The township completely surrounds the borough and is located within Monmouth County, New Jersey. The borough has an estimated population of around 12,000 residents as of the 2010 census. The borough is also located in the Raritan Valley region, while also being close to the Raritan Bayshore community.
Sidekicks Support ABAs will pay close attention to your child’s behavior and how it reflects on the four functions of behavior. The four functions are attention, stimulation, escape, and access to intangibles. Our ABAs will help your child work towards behavior prevention and socially appropriate replacement behaviors.
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Freehold, NJ Negative Reinforcement ABA
We follow the principles of ABA or Applied Behavior Analysis here at Sidekicks Support in Freehold, NJ. ABA is the process of learning theory to help our clients improve their social interactions and behavior. The ABA therapists will pay close attention to the four functions of Behavior to help your child grow.
After reaching out to Sidekicks Support, we will send a BCBA or a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst out to your Freehold home. A plan will be formed based on the initial assessment based on the functions of behavior. ABA will use the plan to help your child through their unique situation using methods such as establishing operations, discriminative stimulus (SD), and negative reinforcement. Your child’s sessions will be regularly attended by the BCBA, who can offer coaching for parents and make sure the ABA is on track with the plan that was originally written up. They will consult with the ABA on if the plan needs to be changed and how your child is doing during the sessions. Sidekicks Support understands that every child’s situation is unique to them especially when you account for their individual skills, current level of functioning, abilities, and behaviors.