At the core of ABA Comprehensive Services is the provision of compassionate life-altering behavior analytic services. We firmly believe in the “it takes a village” approach in the pursuit of optional outcomes. By proficiently coordinating our efforts with a multi-disciplinary team of professionals and the families we serve, we maximize client access to a nurturing learning environment and the tools to thrive within the treatment setting and beyond.
Why Chose ABA Comprehensive Services, LLC?
We don’t have wait lists!
Presently, we are credentialed with Tricare and have the capacity to accept new clients. We are here to make a difference, which means we will work with community partners and other ABA agencies, in the event we do not have the capacity to serve your child.
We are local!
We are one of very few ABA agencies who can proudly say our home-base is El Paso, Texas! It is a privilege to serve the general community, as well as the many military families that now call El Paso home.
Our Services are individualized!
The design of each treatment plan is fully based on each individual child's unique strengths and needs.
The Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB) provides best practice guidelines for health insurance coverage of ABA treatment for individuals with autism. Please see the BACB Guidelines for Healthcare Coverage of ABA:
What Treatment Models are offered at ABA Comprehensive Services?
Direct services are usually provided by a Registered Behavioral Technician (RBT), under the direct supervision of a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). In some cases, however, direct services by a BCBA may be warranted. The two models of direct services recommended by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board are:
Comprehensive Treatment Model
Typically ranging from 26 to 40 weekly hours of direct service
A comprehensive treatment model is most suitable for learners who demonstrate deficits across many developmental domains, such as social, safety, language, and cognitive delays, as well as interfering behavioral challenges. However, this model is also be appropriate for individuals with significant behavioral challenges across people and settings. The service intensity is intended to alter the projected developmental trajectory of individuals whose delays are significantly greater than neuro-typical peers. The high treatment intensity has been shown to be a critical factor in reducing costs and increasing independence for individuals who would otherwise require 1:1 supervision for the rest of their lives without these life-changing services (Cohen et al. 2006, Virués-Ortega, 2010). Accordingly, a gradual reduction in that intensity should occur as the learner progresses in the identified areas of need, independence increases, and behavioral challenges decrease.
Focused Treatment Model
Typically ranging from 10 to 25 weekly hours of direct service
A focused treatment model is most appropriate where there are only a few areas of needs identified within a behavioral assessment. Some of the areas that focused model might target include social deficits such as engaging in collaborative play with peers, reducing behavioral challenges with low intensity or frequency, conversation skills, and increasing independence and/or safety skills in the community.
Parent / Caregiver Support
All treatment plans include a focus on caregiver support on goals that are meaningful and feasible are part of every treatment plan. Goals may include supporting parents in the teaching of language, self-help and other critical skills, as well as empowering parents with the necessary tools to reduce and replace challenging behavior.