ABA Therapy of Houston, Inc.

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

ABA Therapy of Houston, Inc. was established in 2007 and provides quality individualized Applied Behavior Analysis services to families with children who are diagnosed with Autism and other developmental delays. ABATH provides office and home-based services in the Katy, Richmond, and Fulshear areas. We utilize a Verbal Behavior approach with a focus on quality, safety, and results that are observable and functional for every day life. ABA services are individually designed to address parenting skills, self-stimulatory and repetitive behaviors, receptive/expressive language skills with focus on functional communication, joint attention (eye contact, sharing interests), play behavior, peer interaction skills, imitation skills, self-help skills (i.e., potty training, dressing, hand washing, self-feeding), preparation for participation in school (small group participation), and other problem behaviors (i.e., aggression, self-injury, tantrums, inflexibility/rigidity). All assessments, treatment planning, program development/maintenance and in-person supervision are performed by Licensed Behavior Analysts (otherwise known as BCBAs). Parent training is an integral and vital component of all treatment programs. We accept most private insurance. Our mission is simple: "Building better lives for our children through a comprehensive, collaborative, individualized, and positive approach to behavior modification.” Visit our website to request services or schedule a tour today at our newly opened office building in Katy.

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460 Park Grove Drive
Katy, TX 77450
United States



(281) 206-7984



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