Positive Pathways, LLC

Positive Pathways, LLC

UPDATED: January 6, 2021

We provide services throughout San Francisco, Contra Costa County, and Alameda County.
Learn more about Positive Pathways in California and what we offer:

Comprehensive ABA Services – Treatment provided in structured therapy sessions, often recommended for early intervention. At least 25 hours per week, available both in-center and in-home
Focused ABA Services – Treatment provided directly to the client to help them develop important skills. Available both in-center and in-home and consists of 10-20 hours of therapy per week
ABA Center Services – Includes early intervention and an after school program option to rapidly learn skills in a supportive, structured setting
Early intervention – Uses play-based approaches during 25 hours per week of sessions
After school – Focuses on social and adaptive skills for school-aged children
ABA Therapy for Schools and Community – Positive Pathways works in preschools and head start programs throughout the area, and can even provide ABA services in public schools
Individual ABA Therapy – One-on-one therapy allows us to tailor our ABA services for children with developmental disabilities uniquely
In addition to our team of Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs®), Positive Pathways staffs dedicated and enthusiastic Clinical Supervisors who are gaining experience to become board certified, as well as talented and compassionate Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs®) who provide the direct therapy to our learners.

Our team is dedicated to collaborating and connecting with our families to create personalized services to help your child thrive.

  • Languages:
  • English
  • Insurances Accepted:
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  • Medicaid
  • Private Insurance


2529 24th St.
San Fransisco, CA 94110
United States





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