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We’re Here to Help You Navigate the World of Autism
We know that raising a child with autism isn’t always easy. Figuring out how to help your child succeed in school and in life can feel like an overwhelming responsibility. We can make it easier.
At Behavioral Concepts, Inc. (BCI), we have more than 20 years of experience in the field of applied behavior analysis (ABA) — the gold standard of therapy for children with autism.
We walk families through treatment options every day — whether your child is newly diagnosed or your child is older.
As a specialty service provider for Early Intervention, we help children under three reach critical developmental milestones. Beyond three, we assist families in transitioning to Learning Centers and to in-home and community-based services that continue with their children well into adulthood (22 years).
BCI was established in Massachusetts in 2002 and has grown to include southern New Hampshire and south and central Vermont. We’ve helped thousands of families in New England reach rewarding milestones and find success in school and life.
Our version of ABA, which we refer to as contemporary ABA, treats every child as unique and considers family and caregivers a core part of treatment.
At BCI, we’re with you every step of the way.
How Can Our Services Help?
Our services help your child:
Build language and communication skills
Develop social and play skills, while forming friendships
Learn daily living and self-help skills
Increase flexibility and tolerance for new routines and experiences
Decrease behaviors that interfere with growth and learning
Prepare for and succeed in school
Mostly, what our services do: foster confidence and resiliency — and empower your child to lead a happy, fulfilling life.
Personalized Autism Services at BCI
BCI has services close to home — and we’re also part of LEARN Behavioral, a collective group of ABA providers in autism treatment who specialize in delivering the highest form of personalized, evidence-based ABA therapy, tailored exclusively to the unique needs, interests, and personality of your child.
With BCI and LEARN, we offer your child and family the familiarity and convenience of local treatment, with the advantages of a national organization at the forefront of autism treatment.
We provide a full suite of personalized ABA services, including:
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