When a child exhibits a behavioral concern, ABA is sometimes used as a method for finding the root cause or the main contributing factors underlying the concern. Once a cause is determined, an appropriate treatment plan—which may or may not include behavioral therapy—can be made. For example, if a child is showing signs of aggression, the behavioral analysis may indicate that the problem behavior is related to an undisclosed trauma. In such a case, a therapeutic approach that helps the child resolve the emotions associated with the trauma, rather than behaviors that resulted from the stress of the experience, may be recommended.
Our board-certified behavioral therapists use traditional ABA in combination with other approaches in evaluating and treating behavioral concerns in the family. The defining focus is always what works best for each individual involved.
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Sometimes a developmental concern or behavioral issue may be best observed and treated in a child’s natural environment. In a child’s home or school setting, a clinician can better see how the environment both affects and is influenced by the specific concern. When appropriate treatment is provided within the setting, such as assisting with fine motor skills in the classroom, for example, it can help a child learn and use the skills more effectively and more permanently, and often leads to better teamwork with a child’s teachers and school staff, which help to reinforce the newly learned skills or behaviors.
With a focus on holistic, individualized care, Kinder Konsulting ensures that when these off-site services are part of the individual plan, communication among team members, specialists and the client remain a top priority, so that everyone involved is working toward the same goal.Refer Your Child
If you and/or your companion are deaf or hard-of-hearing, you are entitled to interpreter services at not cost to you. If you need special accommodation to access services, please inform agency staff by calling 407-657-6692. In addition, services may be accessed through Florida Relay by dialing 7-1-1 or calling toll free: 1-800-955-8770 (Voice); 1-800-955-8771 (TTY); 1-800-955-8773 (Spanish).