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Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention

We are committed to providing the highest quality of care for each and every child. Our goal is to create a safe and supportive environment for children with EIBI autism and similar disorders and we strive to help them develop the skills and behaviors necessary for a successful future.

What Is Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention

At Sami’s Angels, we understand that each child is unique and that no two children with autism and similar disorders are the same. That is why we offer a range of services, including Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI).

EIBI is an evidence-based, individualized treatment program designed to reduce the impact of autism and similar disorders on a child’s development.

 

It is a comprehensive approach to the management of challenging behaviors and involves teaching the child new skills while also reducing the severity of existing behaviors.

Benefits of Early Behavioral Intervention for Children With Autism

Enrolling your child in the Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention Treatment is beneficial for many reasons, including:

  • Improved communication skills: Early behavioral intervention helps children with autism develop their communication skills and language abilities. This includes teaching them to use words, gestures, or pictures to express their wants and needs.
     

  • Enhanced social skills: EIBI can help children with autism learn to interact with others in appropriate ways. This includes learning how to take turns, share, and appropriately respond to the emotions of others.
     

  • Improved learning ability: EIBI can help children with autism learn academic and self-care skills. This can include teaching them to read, count, and follow directions.
     

  • Reduced challenging behaviors: Through early intervention, children with autism can learn alternative strategies to replace challenging behaviors, such as self-injurious behaviors, aggression, and tantrums.
     

  • Increased independence: With early behavioral intervention, children with autism can develop the skills needed to become more independent. This can include learning how to dress themselves, use the toilet independently, and complete basic household tasks.

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Personalized Treatment Plans

Our team of certified behavior technicians is dedicated to helping each child reach their fullest potential.

 

We provide individualized treatment plans tailored to the child’s specific needs and goals.

 

Our approach is to use positive reinforcement, prompting and shaping, and other methods to help the child learn new skills and behaviors.

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Autism Spectrum Disorder can be overwhelming. We want to help support you and your child.

Let us help empower your child, reach out to us today!

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