"Leading Children to Success" "I can remeber the frustration of not being able to talk. I knew what I wanted to say, but I could not get the words out, so I would just scream!" -Temple Grandin
As a parent, you are the expert on your child. Trust your instincts!
When your child isn't making the developmental gains you would like to see, ABA Network is there to lend a helping hand and to let you know you are not alone and there are proven methods to assit in those developmental gains.
ABA Network offers evidence based approaches based on the science of Behavior Analysis. We treat children ages 12 months- 12 years of age, teenagers, and adults with developmental delay, speech and language delays, autism spectrum disorders, related disorders, and social challenges. ABA Network works closely with families using direct intervention and parent education to close gaps in your child’s/young adults development and maximize the your child’s/young adults potential. Primary methods include Discrete Trial Teaching, Pivotal Response Treatment, Natural Environment Teaching, and Positive Behavior Supports.
We are an In-Network Provider for most Insurance Companies including Medi-Cal , vendor for
Tri-Counties and North Los Angeles County Regional Centers and works in Ventura and
Santa Barbara County Schools.
By 18 months of age does your child:
Play with toys?
Walk without help?
Follow simple directions?
Say 8-10 words you can understand?
Scribble with crayons?
Look at you when you are talking to him/her?
Bring toys to share with you or point to show you things?
Does your child's temper tantrums seem typical?
If the answer is NO to any of these questions, please call:
(805) 379-3212 or (818) 805-1215 or e-mail
ABA Network for information on how to have your child evaluated.
Like you, we are all concerned about the spread of the novel coronavirus and the uncertainty it is creating in our daily lives. Please be assured we are taking proactive measures to ensure the safety of your family. We have instructed our staff to stay home when sick, wash hands frequently with warm, soapy water for at least 20 seconds, cover mouth with tissue when sneezing, avoid people who are sick, and clean frequently touched surfaces often. We want to reassure you that ABA therapy will not be discontinued and ABA Network will continue to remain open. Consistency and routine are critical and we don't want to disrupt medically necessary services.