Our Mission

ABA is based in natural science, so our practices are data driven and results oriented. We focus on helping each individual work towards reaching meaningful outcomes and live full, healthy, and productive lives.  We take into account the needs and concerns of families and caregivers, and collaborate with any other outside service providers- including early intervention services, schools, speech, occupational or physical therapists. Individualized strategies are used to increase the skills necessary to succeed in a supervised, controlled, safe, and nurturing environment.  

How We Can Help


Therapists follow a plan set up by the BCBA and focus on skill acquisition strategies, as well as, protocols designed to decrease problem behaviors.  Individuals currently served range from 3 years to 18 years of age.


What does it mean?

The teaching of verbal behavior, an application of ABA, is targeted at this clinic.

Early learners experience mand training, natural environment teaching and intensive teaching of the verbal operants.

Intermediate learners focus on advanced mand training, intensive teaching of the verbal operants, behavior reduction protocols and data-based social skills program mastery for emotional regulation and play.

Advanced learners are exposed to contrived trials in the natural environment of advanced intraverbal and social communication. Our lead clinicians also run peer groups with individuals who have similar goals and skill sets.

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Monday - Friday

9am - 12pm
12pm - 3pm

3pm - 5pm

5:30pm - 7:30pm

Monday Nights

Teen Social Group

5:30pm - 7:30pm

-turn taking

-conversation skills

-life skills

Tuesday Nights

Social Skills Group:

Intro to Superflex-

A Social Thinking Curriculum

5:30pm - 7:30pm

*Superflex is a registered trademark of Michelle Garcia Winner





The Gregory Center has an intake process as an initial step towards families receiving ABA therapy.
The intake process includes parents providing the Administrative Director with the following information via email:

  • Copies of the front and back of the primary and secondary insurance cards

  • Demographic information including medical needs and other services being rendered

  • School placement and a copy of the Individualized Education Plan (IEP)

  • A copy of the doctor report with the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder, diagnosing physician and the date of diagnosis



   If the primary insurance does not cover ABA therapy, then the child accesses therapy through their Medical Assistance, secondary insurance.