Keys to Success
At a time when 1 out of 88 children are diagnosed with ASD, it is imperative that individuals working with families affected have the experience, education, and dedication to do the work necessary to make positive change (CDC, 2012).
Applied Behavior Analysis is about behavior, or action. We believe that actions speak volumes and our success rate represents our work to date. A great majority of our families remain with NLC for the duration of their services. 100% of respondents agree that our staff is respectful, polite, and appropriate.
Over 90% of those surveyed believe that we are a caring, knowledgeable, supportive, and effective team who have helped to improve their child’s and their family’s quality of life.
We look forward to meeting you and providing education, training, and support as you navigate through the often-challenging world of behavior intervention.
We at NLC realize the challenges our families face in navigating through schedules and routines often jam-packed for children with disabilities or delays and their families.
Whether it is trying to squeeze Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, homework, and ABA therapy in to a week or simply trying to spend some uninterrupted quality time with friends and neighbors, your lives are busy.
We understand this and make every effort to work with you in constructing and maintaining schedules.
At NLC we pride ourselves in creating and maintaining open, honest relationships with our families. In order to do this, we treat each individual we work with collectively.
We are accountable as a team to provide the best treatment we can. We collaborate with families and one another in order to take full advantage of what every team member brings to the table. We realize that you know your child best and are a key component in successful intervention.
We view the family as a whole, recognizing that a child’s success lies in his family and clinical team’s ability to work together.
At NLC you will have regular communication with your therapists and supervisor, as well as the director.