Early Intervention ABA Program
Individual treatment sessions are offered in three-hour blocks, Monday through Friday, in the morning or afternoon. Treatment sessions consist of:
- Addressing problematic behaviors
- Growing social development
- Promoting communication
- Improving daily living skills (e.g., toilet training, tooth brushing, etc.)
Weekly training sessions are available to our families in order to teach them how to apply the skills their child has learned in ABA therapy.
Child Psychiatric Services/Speech-Language Pathology
Participating children are able to incorporate speech-language therapy and psychiatric care into their treatment. These providers partner with our families and the ABA therapy team. This collaborative effort is unique to the Henry Ford Center for Autism and Developmental Disabilities (CADD). These services are available at all ABA therapy locations.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the wait time for ABA therapy?
The wait time varies. For more information, please call (313) 640-2315 and speak with a team member.
How long will my child receive applied behavior analysis (ABA) therapy?
The duration of therapy is determined by the level of support that is required. Each child has unique needs, and, in order to make progress, the amount of therapy hours necessary will be determined by the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Additional factors that can have an impact include the quality of available school programming and quantity of caregiver training.