Our Services

ABA Therapy

NOVA Learning Group creates a fully customized intervention plan for your child, highlighting their strengths and identifying areas in need of support. Our naturalistic teaching style focuses on the unique experience of your child, reacting and adapting to their interests, creating natural learning and development opportunities.

ABA Therapy Services include:

  • An individualized behavior analytic therapy program fit to your child's strengths, interests, and areas in need of support

  • Getting children exposed to a variety of daily life skills to support their development through the use of naturalistic teaching

  • Increasing independence through the use of customized supports that can aid in the decrease of challenging behaviors

Parent Support

Parents will receive training and education in best practices of ABA and how to apply it to their day to day life in support of their child's skills.

 

Parent Training includes:

  • Education in the principles of ABA and how they can help make the day run smoother, increase play skills, increase independence and prosocial skills, and decrease challenging behavior, and better understand your child

  • Consultations can occur weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, or as-needed

  • Support in specific areas of need such as toilet training, sleep challenges, and daily living skills such as self-feeding, dressing, etc.

Classroom Program Development

At NOVA Learning Group, a collaborative approach is taking involving caregivers, outside therapists, such as Speech Language Pathologists, Occupational Therapists, and your child's school team. 

School-based Services include:

  • Review of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP) and meeting with the school team to provide specialized input on a students goals

  • On-site school observations

  • Conducting Functional Behavior Analysis to create Behavior Support Plans to target challenging behaviors that may occur in and out of the classroom

  • Teacher and staff training on behavior analytic principles to employ in the classroom

  • Support staff training for individual schools and districts

  • Attending IEP and additional school meetings to support the family in achieving short- and long-term goals for their child