Yardville Heights, NJ Functions of Behavior ABA Services
Establishing Operations & SD ABA in Yardville Heights
The community of Yardville Heights is located within the Yardville CDP of Hamilton Township in Mercer County, New Jersey. The area is known for being mostly a residential development located on South Broad Street, also known as County Road 524 and west of downtown Yardville. The community has some small businesses located along South Braid Street; closer to Yardville Heights Elementary School.
Our ABAs will pay close attention to the four functions of behavior, which are access to attention, stimulation, escape, and access to intangibles. The functions of behavior are used to help children work towards behavior prevention and socially appropriate replacement behaviors.
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Yardville Heights, NJ Negative Reinforcement ABA
ABA or Applied Behavior Analysis is the process of applying interventions based on the principles of learning theory to help our Yardville Heights clients improve their social behaviors and interactions. The ABAs will pay close attention to how your child reacts to methods such as established operations and the four functions of behavior. This way they are able to fully understand the needs your child may have.
When you work with Sidekicks Support, we will send a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst or a BCBA out to your Yardville Heights home to perform an assessment. A plan will be written based on the assessment and your child’s overall behavior which will revolve around the four functions of behavior. Our ABAs will use methods such as discriminative stimulus (SD), establishing operations, and negative reinforcement to help your child. Your sessions with the therapist will regularly be attended by the BCBA, who will oversee provision, and provide parent support or coaching. We at Sidekicks understand that every individual is different due to a multitude of factors such as the individual’s skills, the current level of functioning, abilities, and behaviors are that are used to develop a program for his or her specific needs.