Bierman ABA specializes in teaching children with autism through a program that uses Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). The center specializes in center-based ABA therapy, which is considered the “the gold standard” and best treatment for autism.
“With over ten years of experience, we’ve become specialists and experts within our field,” says Chrissy Baroksy, MA BCBA, Chief Clinical Officer at the school.
The school accommodates students starting at 18 months through 12 years old. “Our program’s strengths include an individualized curriculum for every child, a 1:1 ratio at all times and that we offer a year-round learning program.” Bierman ABA is an environment where children can achieve goals, feel safe and make friends.
“Our parent satisfaction comes from results,” says Baroksy. “Not only do parents see significant gains in assessment scores, but also in their child’s ability to communicate and feel connected to family and community.”
For the upcoming school year Bierman ABA’s 1:1 model will enable the school to structure a safe environment and adapt learning models to adhere to the recommended CDC guidelines.
“By design, our 1:1 center-based ABA model ensures a safe, supportive environment that minimizes the risk of exposure,” says
Baroksy. “Our ability to adapt provides for continuous learning and avoids disruptions.”
The intensive nature of a center-based ABA program like the one at Bierman allows for unmatched learning opportunities designed to accelerate progress and gain skills at a much higher rate.
The school is also a fun and inviting space where kids genuinely want to be every day. “We capture children’s motivation to make learning fun,” she says.
550 Springfield Ave., Berkeley Heights