Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is often referred to as the "gold standard" of treatment for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. ABA methods have been heavily researched and are used to increase desired skills in the areas of communication, socialization, academics and daily living. Other behaviors, including aggression and self-injury, are also addressed using ABA to determine the correct approach to replacing those behaviors with new skills.
After thorough collection of data and behavior observation, our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) create programs addressing the specific needs of each person. There is no cookie-cutter, one-size-fits-all method: each individual is treated as just that--a unique individual.
If you have questions about ABA, payment options, or how this program could help your loved one, please contact us!
A Medicaid Waiver can pay for a number of different services available at Maple Seed Farms so there is no cost to a family. These services could be at the Farm, in the community, or the family home.
Our programs can be in a group setting or 1-1. We'll cover a wide range of topics including: housekeeping skills, teamwork, or even job training skills. These are all available in a warm, natural environment of a family-home in a farm setting.
Please contact Jes to learn about what programs are available or how to apply for the Waiver.
Life Skills Classes
Life skills are often barriers to individuals with disabilities. Our focus includes: the ability to effectively communicate, functioning as a team member, daily living activities, and many more. These classes are a great opportunity to develop new skills while building friendships!
Classes are held Saturdays from 10a to 1p and 1:30p to 4:30p.
*Class size is limited to four individuals.