NOBA SERVICES, LLC
Helping people with challenges achieve independence through Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
We provide services to children with autism spectrum and other related disorders in their natural teaching environment, homes, daycare, schools and within the community. ABA that takes advantage of the learning opportunities that arise in daily life.
If you do not learn the way that we teach, then we will teach the way that you learn.
NOBA Services, LLC provides Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to individuals with autism spectrum and other related disorders in the Charleston area. The focus of ABA therapy is to teach skills and reduce maladaptive behaviors in the natural environment.
From teaching skill acquisition to early learners, executive functioning skills to adults or travel training and safety awareness to teens, we incorporate all aspects of each individual's natural environment to create completely customized programming to fit the needs of you and your family.
NOBA Services, LLC also provides unique opportunities and experiences with its families. Families are provided assistance with navigating insurance, individuals that receive services reap the benefits of therapy from the owner herself, and the breadth of experience that the company was built upon goes beyond private practice. With this type of experience each individual is set for success while in the hands of the therapists at NOBA Services, LLC.
What is ABA Therapy?
In the most simplistic form: “Applied Behavior Analysis is the process of systematically applying interventions based upon the principles of learning theory to improve socially significant behaviors to a meaningful degree, and to demonstrate that the interventions employed are responsible for the improvement in behavior“
In the NOBA world ABA therapy means: "taking advantage of the learning opportunities that arise in daily life for adults and children with autism and other disabilities and their families".
For more information on the essence of ABA Therapy and how it can impact both adults and children with autism click here.