Unlocking Abilities Behavior and Learning, LLC

Unlocking Abilities Behavior and Learning

UPDATED: April 11, 2022

At Unlocking Abilities Behavior and Learning our goal is to assist each child in reaching their full potential by implementing the evidenced-based principles and practices of Applied Behavior Analysis. Our compassionate and highly trained staff offer effective and intensive one-on-one therapy to children who have been diagnosed with Autism, developmental disorders, and behavioral disorders.​

Our services are designed to meet the individual needs of each child and to maintain lasting changes by working with children to reduce problem behaviors and increase the acquisition of appropriate social, play, communicative, and adaptive living skills.

We believe in working not only with the child, but also with family members, teachers, and other professionals in the home, community, and school environments to ensure skills learned are generalized to all aspects of the child’s life. It really does ‘take a village’ and together we can help to empower each family and child with both the knowledge and tools necessary to achieve milestones and unlock their true abilities.

  • Languages:
  • English
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Unlocking Abilities Behavior and Learning, LLC
1580 Airport Road
Morris, IL 60450
United States



(815) 260-1244



Jamie Hitchins

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