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About Us

Our Mission:

Our goal is to provide compassionate and evidenced-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to neurodiverse individuals, with a strong commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion in all aspects of our service delivery. We strive to create a supportive and inclusive environment where individuals from diverse backgrounds feel valued, respected, and empowered to achieve their full potential. Our person-centered approach aims to promote independence, social inclusion and meaningful life experiences, ensuring that each individual receives interventions that address their unique needs and goals. Through ongoing collaboration we are dedicated to fostering a culture of empathy and equity to enable positive and transformative outcomes for the children and their families we serve.

Our Values & Approach:

Compassion- Demonstrating empathy, understanding, and care towards every individual we serve, recognizing their unique experiences and challenges.

Equity- Ensuring fair and just treatment for all, regardless of their background, culture, or abilities, and striving to eliminate disparities in access to services. 

Diversity- Celebrating and embracing the diversity of our clients, staff, and community, valuing the richness that diverse perspectives bring to our organization.

Inclusion- Creating a welcoming and inclusive environment where everyone feels accepted, respected, and supported in their journey towards personal growth.

Person-Centered- Tailoring interventions to meet the unique needs, preferences, and goals of each individual, recognizing their agency in the decision-making process.

Evidenced-Based- Ensuring that our services are based on the latest research and best practices in the field of ABA, maintaining the highest quality of care.

Collaboration- Collaborating with clients, families, caregivers, and other professionals to create comprehensive and effective support systems.

Wellness- We are committed to supporting the overall well-being by not only supporting behavioral challenges but also the physical, emotional, and mental well-being of neurodiverse individuals.

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