Utah Behavior Services specializes in providing quality behavioral treatment for children, adolescents and adults.
The foundation of every service is teaching new skills in a highly individualized environment. Our clients gain new skills, change their behavior, and reach their full potential when intervention is tailored to their unique learning needs.
We have been providing comprehensive in-home behavioral intervention, based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis, longer than anyone else in Utah and have the largest practice of Board Certified Analysts!
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy is a systematic method for teaching new skills, increasing positive behaviors, and decreasing undesired behaviors.
All our treatment methods are evidence-based, for greater success. ABA is the only proven method for the treatment of autism. ABA is supported by extensive research, whether it is applied to a child with autism or an adult refining their athletic skills.
ABA therapy includes:
Who can benefit from ABA therapy:
Our whole-family approach is unique.
Children and families are strengthened by our comprehensive approach. Our evidence based services meet the various needs of each member, and the family as a whole.
Our model of serving families results in life-long, lasting change. Put our experience to work for your child’s benefit!
This change empowers children and families to end old, problem behavior habits, and develop new, healthy patterns for a stronger family.
To see a sample ABA therapy program, set up a consultation with one of our Behavior Analysts!
UTBS believes in coordinating a child’s care so that our ABA therapy can enhance and support Speech or Occupational therapy goals.
We offer in-house Speech Therapy, provided by a dual-trained Speech Language Pathologist and Behavior Analyst.
Speech Therapy can further support an individual’s overall communication goals, and the two services do not conflict with each other. In this way, speech and ABA therapies work together to promote faster language acquisition.
Funding may be provided by private health insurance, employer benefit programs, Medicaid or state-funded services, school referrals, or through hourly private-pay.
For more information about insurance coverage, please visit our Insurance Assistance page.