Collaborative Therapy For The Whole


Mother gives her smiling daughter a high five while at the table with building blocks

We strive to deliver an early intervention program that feels like a partnership between each family, our clinical team and any other health care professionals who treat their child. While some clients come to us once they have a medical diagnosis for Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), others are referred to us for the actual diagnostic service. Either way, we are prepared to support each family with what they need in a timely manner.

From diagnosis, to treatment, and beyond, the world of autism can be daunting to navigate. Ally Behavior Centers is equipped to be your partner and collaborate with each family as well as their health care team to provide a complete early intervention program that includes ABA therapy, speech therapy, occupational therapy and psychological services for each client to learn, grow and live their best lives.

Creating A Complete Early Intervention Treatment Program

ABA therapy for autism is a child centered service and involves close communication between
team members and the families of the children served. Treatment teams include:

Ally Behavior Centers

Clinical Psychologists

Board Certified Behavior Analysts

Occupational Therapists

Speech Therapists

Registered Behavior Therapists

Parents and

External Treatment Partners


Physical therapists

IEP Case Managers

Development Pediatrician

Health Insurers


Parent Involvement Is A Key To Success

Parents participate in services in many ways, including parent interviews, goal development, data collection, and regularly scheduled parent training.

During parent training, we teach basic ABA principles and strategies unique to your child’s treatment plan that are expertly adjusted to better work in the home environment or when a therapist is not present. The ideal goal is that a child will carry over, or generalize skills and behave a certain way no matter where they are or who is making the demand. These strategies take time to adjust and test but over time, our goal is to help families implement routines and practices that improve their collective quality of life.

A boy sits at the table on his mother's lap and plays with a toy while his mother discusses therapy options with the doctor.
Mother observes her young child playing while a therapist takes notes.

Timely Assessments & Reporting Keeps Everyone Informed

Treatment plans are re-drafted every six months followed by a scheduled re-assessment using the VB-MAPP measure. Results are shared directly with treatment teams. We hope these reports help create a steady and dependable method of communication to keep each individual up to date on a client’s progress to improve the care offered and overall support for the entire family.