ABA Therapy for Autism - Therapies 4 Kids


Mission Statement

Our mission is to empower, teach and support children diagnosed with autism and their families. By using leading empirically based behavioral interventions, we teach kids how to be independent and engage in functional communication.

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Victoria Sanchez, BCBA

Victoria Sanchez, BCBA

Vice President of Behavioral Services
Visit our dedicated website at T4KABA.com

We provide one-to-one direct Applied Behavior Analysis therapy at our clinics. We also provide in-home services, school consultations, advocacy and parent training.

The therapy would include treatment goals provided form the assessment as well as function based interventions. Our facilities provide state of the art technology and a variety of fun-filled activities for our children to enjoy.

ABA Therapy for Autism at Therapies 4 Kids

Our Services

Parent Advocacy

We are here to advocate for families with children with disabilities. Sometimes families need guidance on what their child needs, which programs or services to select, or need an advocate to attend IEP meetings. Here at Therapies 4 Kids, we provide that support and try to make the journey to your child's success easier.

Intakes and Evaluations

The very first step in the process of getting approved for services is coming in for an initial assessment. It is here that the behavior analyst gathers information from the parent and assesses the child’s function of behavior as well as areas that need improvement (social, communication, active daily living skills, academics, etc.). Some assessment tools that may be used during the intake are VB-MAPP, FAST, MAS, QABF, Vineland, PDDBI, ABLLS-R, Autism Social Skills Profile, or Pep-3.

Programs We Focus On

  • Early intervention
  • Social pragmatic groups
  • Play & leisure skills
  • Parent training
  • Parent advocacy
  • Toilet training
  • Self-help skills
  • Academic skills
  • Fine/gross motor skills
  • Naturalistic teaching
  • Daily living skills
  • Functional communication
  • Feeding
  • Phobia