Ability Builders Licensed Behavior Analyst P.C.

Education and Training

UPDATED: September 10, 2018

Ability Builders & Associates is located in Orange County New York. We provide ABA services to children in their homes along with toilet training and safety training. We provide parent training and help parents to modify behaviors in their homes.

Ability Builders also provides in service training on the principals of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), and classroom management, understanding the causes of behavior problems and how to modify problem behaviors. We provide hands on training and shadowing of teachers to be sure that teaching methods are being implemented with fidelity.
A large part of what we do is teach school staff how to perform Functional Behavioral Assessments (FBA), and how to write Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP). Along with writing the FBA and BIPs we teach staff how to implement the BIP, track behavior changes and modify the plan as behaviors improve.

Ability Builders also helps school districts set up ABA programs in schools: we train staff, set up classroom environment, help districts set up curriculum and buy appropriate materials for the classroom.

  • Languages:
  • English
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53 Pickerel Rd
Monroe, NY 10950
United States


(845) 597-7711



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