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BASE: Behavior Analytic Services & Education

What is Applied Behavior Analysis?

Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is the application of learning principles to bring forth positive behavior change that is socially significant.

For individuals with autism, ABA techniques can produce improvements in communication, social relationships, play, self-care, school, and employment.

Currently offering early education programming for children 18 months—6 years of age!


  • Communication training
  • Play skills
  • Academic tasks
  • Picky eating
  • Fear reduction
  • And more


We now accept Cigna insurance.  Please call to inquire about fees and additional insurance coverage.

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(PLSA/Gardiner Scholarship accepted)

Dr. Jessica Weber is as a Certified RUBI Therapist offering The RUBI Autism Network Parent Training

Many children with autism exhibit behavioral problems, including tantrums, noncompliance, aggression, and self-injury. These behaviors may not only hinder the individual’s ability to learn but may also amplify caregiver stress. The RUBI Autism Network developed a manualized parent training program specifically for families of children with ASD and co-occurring disruptive behaviors. The program teaches parents to use ABA techniques to manage their child’s challenging behaviors.

The Els for Autism Foundation is currently accepting families into the RUBI parent training program. As part of the program you will receive:

  • 1:1 Applied Behavior Analysis education sessions
  • Development of a behavior support plan specific to your child’s needs
  • Direct guidance and feedback with regard to your child’s behaviors

The program is composed of 11 core sessions. Additional supplemental sessions may be added for specific problem behaviors (e.g., feeding, sleeping and toileting).  

Apply to the Program

For more information please contact:
Jessica Weber, Ph.D., BCBA
Email: Phone: 561-320-9522

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