Compassionate ABA's mission is to provide children and families positive and dignified treatment to create meaningful, life-long behavior changes so families can enjoy a healthy life.
What is important?
Certainly the skills of traditional ABA are important. Developing the ability to imitate is critical to develop language. However, traditional applied behavior analysis has not adequately taught children or families how to function in a doctor's office, manage extreme disappointment, or develop a strong identity that can be used to succeed . Challenges within a family can range from feeling secure that they can prepare a meal and their child is safe to fear of what may happen to their child or family. Many skills must develop to have healthy mental strength. Compassionate ABA provides support for the needs of children and families to live well!