At Continuum, our mission is to enhance the quality of life for each individual and their family by adhering to our core values and collaborating towards a shared goal.
We provide many services to our clients and families including state-of-the-art ABA therapy, social skills groups, counseling, and more! Learn more about our approach to services here.
Our Policies and
We partner with our families to provide the highest quality of care. Learn more about how we operate through our policies and procedures page.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a scientific, evidence-based practice that is used to improve both developmental deficits and challenging behaviors in individuals with autism and related disabilities. The goal of ABA therapy is to focus on improving the quality of life for the individual and their family by addressing socially significant behaviors.
At Continuum, we take a client-centered and family-focused approach to treatment. Your clinical team will individualize your learner’s treatment plan based on specific assessments and analyze progress throughout their treatment period. We partner with the learner and their family to provide comprehensive services.
A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is a health care professional who holds their master's degree as well as their national BCBA certification through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). A Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst is a health care professional who holds their bachelor's degree, has completed a series of BACB-approved coursework, and holds their national certification as a BCaBA. The BCBA or BCaBA Consultant oversees the clinical treatment for learners by evaluating clinical needs, conducting assessments, writing treatment plans, analyzing progress, and supervising RBT's.
A Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) has completed a BACB-approved 40-hour training and obtained their national BACB certification. A Behavior Therapist (BT) has received 10 hours of company training. These Technicians work directly with the learner and implement therapeutic goals as outlined by the supervising Consultant.
ABA is endorsed by the U.S Surgeon General as the most effective treatment procedure for autism. Additionally, ABA is effective in treating individuals with other diagnoses and can help with emotional regulation, social skills, executive functioning skills, and anxiety.
We accept most major insurances and will conduct a benefit check prior to starting services. Typically, families are responsible for co-pays or co-insurances based on their plans. We also offer private pay options if we are not in-network with your insurance.