Bluebird Behvioral Solutions provides Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to children, teens and adults with autism, ADHD and other developmental disabilities. ABA is also used to address social and behavioral challenges of typically developing individuals. We believe that every person has the capacity to learn new skills, continue to develop and improve the quality of their lives and those around them. Our goal is to address and overcome challenges in various areas of daily living that lead to productive, successful, and rewarding experiences. Bluebird is committed to helping our clients reach their full potential by catering to their unique abilities and learning styles.
ABA is the process of applying research and evidence based strategies to systematically develop skills, decrease challenging behaviors, and increase positive behaviors. It targets a wide range of behaviors and abilities and can be used with a variety of populations. Applied Behavior Analysis is currently the most effective treatment for autism and related disorders and is endorsed by the U.S Surgeon General and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
At Bluebird, we are driven by purpose and belief.
We believe that with enough courage, perseverance, and dedication, it is possible to change lives. We also believe that every person, regardless of age or limitations, has the capacity to learn and grow.
Our purpose is not to simply to address and improve immediate needs. It is to view each person within the context of their environment and teach them how to navigate it for the rest of their lives. Our other goal is for those lives and the lives of everyone they touch to be enriched.
We teach people to speak, but our purpose is for them to be able to communicate. We teach people to decrease challenging behaviors but our purpose is for them to be able self-regulate and move forward when they are challenged. We teach people how to be social, but the goal is for them to be able to access the world around them. We aren’t always able to change our world to make it easier for our clients, but we can guide them and shape their behavior for the same result.
That there could be a science of behavior, of what we do, of who we are? How could you resist that?