Searching for an ABA Therapy Provider in Chicago, IL?
At Early Autism Services, we take pride in being one of the first to provide ABA Therapy in Chicago. We provide both in-home and center-based ABA therapy services throughout the greater Chicago area. Our team of BCBAs, Lead Therapists and Behavior Technicians are a group of highly-trained, caring individuals, whose primary concern is your child’s success. We work with children in areas such as: Behavior Planning; Fine and Gross Motor Skills; Language and Communication; Play Skills; Pre-Academic Skills; Self-Help, Social Skills; and more.
In-Home ABA Therapy
Many of our Chicago families have programs which use a home-based therapy model. With in-home therapy programs, our clinicians work 1:1 with your child, in the comfort and privacy of your own home. This approach allows your child to build functional skills that can be tailored to their daily routines within their own home.
ABA therapy in the natural setting such as a home and day care is typically preferred as it allows the team to work with your child where their behaviors and skill deficits are occurring. This typically results in your child better learning the skills and generalizing skills outside of therapy sessions as well.
Our in-home therapy programs work to build skills such in areas such as:
Center-Based ABA Therapy
Early Autism Services is now enrolling at our Chicago therapy center which is located inside We Rock the Spectrum at 10123 Grand Ave, Franklin Park, IL 60131.
Our aba therapy center in Chicago offers a fun and inviting environment for your child to learn, explore, and grow! While our programs are data driven and goal oriented, we use a play-based learning model. All our center-based programs include time for table time learning, interactive peer play for social development, and free play.
Our therapy based programs target skills such as:
Michelle Berlinski is a board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) with a master’s degree in education in foundations of applied behavior analysis from The University of Cincinnati. Michelle completed her bachelor’s degree in psychology at Wayne State University in Detroit Michigan. Michelle began her work with CEAS as a behavior technician working directly with clients and has since expanded to oversee clinical operations for our Illinois branch.
Our Mission and Values
At EAS, we strive to ensure everything we do reflects our company’s Core Purpose: To make high quality behavioral therapy available for all children with special needs, while adhering to our core values. Our four core values are:
- Make decisions empirically at all levels
- Be accessible and supportive
- Respect the individual
- Grow alongside both the client and staff
Questions? We’re Ready to Help.
If you would like to learn more about our ABA therapy program, please complete the brief application below to request a free consultation.
One of our clinicians will reach out for an initial meeting to give a basic overview of applied behavior analysis (ABA Therapy), answer questions about the program and our approach, discuss costs, and answer questions about your insurance coverage.