• Email aba@behaviorparadigm.com
  • Phone (321)-209-2933

Behavior Paradigm provides Applied Behavior Analysi (ABA) services to children diagnosed with Autsim Spectrum Disorder, Down Syndrome and other behavioral diagnosis. We provide ABA services at home, private schools and day cares in:

  • Dr.Philips Windermere Winter Garden South West Orlando Oakland Gotha

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the only empirically validated and evidence-based intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorder. It is based on the principles of learning and behavior. ABA therapy programs are usually highly individualized and each program is uniquely designed to meet an individuals' needs.

How ABA helps:

  • Teaching and increasing communication skills, social skills, daily living skills like toilet training, dressing, food selectivity, fine motor skills etc. Reducing interfering behaviors like self-injury, stereotypy, physical aggression, tantrums, task refusal and property destruction. Generalizing by transferring learned behaviors from one setting to another and from one person to another.

Our Core Points

The Areas We Focus On


Communication Skills

These skills form eye contact, gestures, body movements, vocalizations and imitation to help kids communicate. The ones who lack these skills are evaluated, motivated & treated prevent further developmental delays.

  • Receptive
  • Expressive
  • Social Skills
  • Conversation
  • Listening

Daily Living Skills

"Daily living skills” refers to a range of personal self-care activities around home, school and community environment. Most skills, like personal hygiene & food preparation, should be performed on a regular basis to maintain a reasonable level of health and safety.

  • Potty training
  • Dressing
  • Feeding
  • Personal Self-care
  • Fine Motor Skills

Problem Behaviors

For most children, Problem Behaviors serve the purpose of communicating what they need or desire. ABA is a treatment that develops a more appropriate way for the child to express himself or get what he needs.

  • Self-injury
  • Tantrums
  • Aggressive Behavior
  • Noncompliance
  • Self-Stimulatory Behavior

Verbal Behavior

Through our Verbal Behavior therapy service, we aim to teach children how to communicate properly and how they can use language to achieve positive results (e.g. getting what they want), to make them self-dependant.

  • Self-injury
  • Noncompliance
  • Aggressive Behavior
  • Self-Stimulatory Behavior
  • Property Destruction

What does Research Tell Us About ABA and Autism?

A number of peer-reviewed studies have examined the potential benefits of combining multiple ABA techniques into comprehensive, individualized and intensive early intervention programs for children with autism. "Comprehensive" refers to interventions that address a full range of life skills, from communication and sociability to self-care and readiness for school. “Individualized” refers to a program designed to target specific behavioral excesses and deficits of the client "Early intervention" refers to programs designed to begin before age 4. "Intensive" refers to programs that total 25 to 40 hours per week for 1 to 3 years. These programs allow children to learn and practice skills in both structured and unstructured situations. The “intensity” of these programs may be particularly important to replicate the thousands of interactions that typical toddlers experience each day while interacting with their parents and peers.

Services delivered and overseen by our BCBAs include:

  • ABA Therapy 1-on-1 and Group
  • Assessment and Treatment Planning
  • Social Skills Training
  • Parent Training

Give us a call for a free consultation to see if your child qualifies.

Call : 321-209-2933