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A Whole New Approach to Living

After receiving a diagnosis of autism, life quickly changes from stable to unsettled. Unexpected feelings of hopelessness, fear and doubt set in as parents search desperately for answers and the right help.

In these uncertain moments, Access Behavior Analysis helps by taking a whole new approach to autism therapy. We offer one transformative treatment plan that helps families reclaim their quality of life.

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A Fusion Approach to Treatment

Access Behavior Analysis offers the most comprehensive, fully tailored autism treatment plan to families by combining the industry-backed science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy with the proven practices of speech, language, and social therapies. We infuse ABA into all of our treatment plans to successfully teach kids with a broad range of developmental and behavior challenges.

Through this synergistic approach, our goal is to improve the quality of life — for the child and the parents. Each one of our intensive teaching procedures strives to completely alter the trajectory of a child’s life by continually removing restrictions in the present environment and gently guiding the child to more natural settings.

We provide families a complete package of services, including:

Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy (ABA)

Speech Therapy

Language Therapy

Social Skills Therapy

Pre-Academic Skills

Academic Skills

Daily Living Skills

Toilet Training

Expanding Food Repertoires

Problem Behavior Reduction

Blending multiple research-proven therapies into one powerful solution, we offer families the most complete, effective approach to autism treatment available.

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The Latest From Our Blog

New Access Clinic Opening in Fishers

We are thrilled to announce that a new Access clinic will be opening at the beginning of May in downtown Fishers, conveniently located just a couple minutes drive west of I-69.  This new location will exclusively serve children between the ages of eighteen months and eight years.  We admittedly pondered long and hard whether to … more »

The Luxury of Pairing

Working in the ABA world as a speech-language pathologist, I realize I’m lucky.  I’ll go further:  I’m spoiled.  I used to rejoice when a third party payor authorized sixty half-hour sessions of speech-language therapy across a one year period.  Today, I’m accustomed to designing programs for clients that target speech and language for between twenty-five … more »

Quick Tip: Avoid Repeating a Child’s Errors

Most people would agree that it’s important to model the speech forms we want a child to produce and to expose a child to correct speech forms as much as possible.  That said, there’s a tendency when correcting a child’s speech error to repeat the error.  For example: Child: Look, mom, it’s a doddie. Parent: … more »