Applied Behavior Analysis

AWARE provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children in their home, school, and community. We also provide ABA to residents in our adult and youth group homes and behavior risk services. Consultation is available to outside providers and school districts.

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Clinical Oversight 

As part of AWARE's ABA services, our team of board certified behavior analysts (BCBA) conduct functional behavior assessments as well as create positive behavior support plans and treatment plans for each person we serve. ​BCBAs oversee staff called registered behavior technicians who implement the plans for each person.

Admission Criteria

Community Program

Children and young adults eligible for ABA in a community setting include people who are:

  • Ages 0 – 21

  • Diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder

  • Diagnosed with severe emotional disturbance

  • Diagnosed with a developmental disability

Contact Diane Black for more information about community ABA services at dblack@Aware-inc.org.

Developmental Disability Program

Adults and children eligible for ABA in our residential program include people:

  • Living in an AWARE residence

  • Taking part in work services

  • Receiving behavior risk services

Contact Knute Oaas for referral information at knute@Aware-inc.org.

Consultation Program

Consultation services are available through the following:

  • AWARE program internal referrals

  • School districts or educational programs

  • Other providers of mental health or developmental disabilities

Contact Diane Black for more information about consultation ABA services at dblack@Aware-inc.org.

For more information, contact:

Diane Black, M.Ed., BCBA

ABA Service Director

dblack@aware-inc.org

302.530.3999