Treating autism, ADD, ADHD, and developmental disorders or behavioral problems which impede learning and socialization in children 18 months to 6 years-old.


Preparing Children for Success

All children develop at different rates, and not keeping up with other kids the same age is not always a reason to worry. Developmental delays, however, can take many forms, and some require serious and early attention to assure that you child reaches their maximum potential.

At ABA Abilities, we work with children diagnosed with Autism and disorders like Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) and Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Additionally, your child may have developmental delays affecting speech, eye-hand coordination, or fine motor control.

At ABA Abilities, we provide a range of effective services including Applied Behavioral Analysis, Speech Therapy, and Occupational Therapy to build useful learning and socialization skills while reducing behaviors that interfere with positive activities and learning.


Autism is a spectrum disorder which affects the nervous system. Symptoms and the severity of autism vary widely, but common symptoms include repetitive behaviors and obsessive interests. The symptoms of autism often provide obstacles to learning and social interaction.

To address these issues, it’s important to have an early diagnosis and intervene with behavioral and family therapies that can support learning and socialization.

ABA therapy helps children with autism by increasing language and communication skills, improving focus, memory, and the ability to interact socially. Applied Behavioral Analysis therapies are especially effective because they can be adapted to meet the needs of each unique child.


Attention-deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) is a common neurodevelopment disorder of childhood, one which can last into adulthood. For kids, ADHD often shows up as having trouble paying attention, controlling impulsive behavior, or being overactive in squirming and fidgeting.

ADD is a very similar disorder, or a version of ADHD with less signs of overactivity.  Sometimes the signs can be confusing, with children having an ability to hyper-focus on what they find interesting but be easily distracted at other times.

ABA Therapy uses behavioral principles to teach new skills and reinforce positive behaviors. Often, children taking medication for ADHD can lower their doses.

Call ABA Abilities for the help you need. 123-456-7890

Developmental Delays

Developmental delays can affect children in ways that make it difficult or impossible for them to perform as expected in kindergarten.  One common area of concern involves speech difficulties and issues with oral-motor and feeding issues. For these kids, Speech Therapy can help not only with language development but with the mechanical components of respiration, articulation, and voice.

Another problem area is in delays with fine motor control. Issues with developing eye-hand coordination and sensory integration can mean problems with self-feeding, dressing, and hygiene.  An Occupational Therapist (OT) assists children with mastering many of the activities of daily living, including social participation, play, and everyday interactions.

To learn more, call ABA Abilities at 123-456-7890, or visit our Contact Us page.