Who we are
Founded by a board-certified behavior analyst, Watson’s Way ABA is a child and family centered and community practice that specializes in the treatment of autism spectrum disorder.
Our team of clinicians includes Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), Registered Behavior Technicians, and Behavior Technicians. The central focus of our practice is 1:1 intensive, evidenced-based applied behavior analysis (ABA). We also provide an additional service of social skills groups for a wide range of ages.
We pride ourselves on collaboration. At our workplace, we will do our diligence in collaborating with your child’s supports in efforts to provide the most comprehensive services possible. In addition, individualization is key. Our vigorous parent training programs will assist you in learning new skills and assisting you through your child’s developmental and behavioral milestones. Our treatment plans will target deficits specific to your child while aiming to expand their repertoires for both present and future.
At Watson’s Way ABA, we strive to help you find the right path for your child. We understand the difficulties families can experience. We are here to help alleviate some of those challenges and become a source of support as you travel on this journey. Whether you are beginning something new or adjusting to a hectic year, give us a call so we can begin supporting you!
To utilize best practices in Applied Behavior Analysis to help individuals with Autism and developmental disabilities to communicate, play, socialize, work, and gain independence. This is achieved by providing first-rate therapy in homes, schools, and communities. We strive to provide the highest level of service while providing individualized treatment programming to meet the specific needs/goals of the individual and family. We also offer quality ongoing training to individuals interested in developing and refining ABA treatment techniques.
Practitioners at Watson’s Way ABA strive to improve socially significant behavior by using interventions that are based upon principles of learning theory that have been evaluated and replicated in experiments using reliable and objective measurement.
Methods support individuals in many ways, including:
Increase behaviors (such as task engagement, social interactions)
Teach new skills (such as communication/ language, social skills)
Generalize new skills and behaviors across a variety of situations, people, settings, and materials
Reduce maladaptive/interfering behaviors (off-task behavior, self-injury, aggression, stereotypy)