Our Services

Helping Hand

Assessments
A New York Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) assesses your child’s unique learning needs using a variety of evidence-based methods and assessment tools.  These tools are used to guide the development of treatment plans by highlighting your child’s strengths and any potential areas for growth.

ABA Sessions
ABA sessions are run by our behavioral service providers; all of our service providers hold a certification from the Behavior Analyst Certification Board as a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) or they are pursuing advanced certification as a behavior analyst or assistant behavior analyst.  Sessions can be conducted in your home on a schedule that fits your family’s needs.

Ongoing Evaluation
Our LBAs monitor your child’s progress regularly through frequent meetings with the behavioral service provider(s), as well as data analysis and evaluation.  Programming is regularly updated as your child continues to grow and learn.

Parent/Caregiver Training
We firmly believe that you are the expert on your child, and we find your input and involvement invaluable throughout the treatment process.  Our LBAs are always eager to incorporate parents and caregivers into the treatment process and empower them as supporters and advocates for their child.

Parent/Caregiver Support Group
We know how valuable and important it is for parents and caregivers to share their story and develop a community with other people who understand their journey. Helping Hands offers opportunities for parents and caregivers to interact and support each other both in person and through our Facebook group.

Most Recent

Strategies for Managing Parental Stress (May 5, 2021)

Parenting can be incredibly rewarding, but it's natural to feel overwhelmed when you are juggling the responsibilities of a job and the tasks of everyday life.In this video, Chana Tilson, the founder of Helping Hands ABA outlines a few strategies to manage parental...

Blog: Collaboration & Clear Communication (April 28, 2021)

As an ABA instructor, I can attest that in our field of Applied Behavior Analysis, communication is priority number one. Maintaining a clear and accurate stream of communication between the BCBA, the team of ABA instructors, and the parents will determine the success...