Select Page


Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) is a set of principles and practices that utilizes methodologies derived from principles of behaviour that are subsequently applied to improve socially significant behaviour. Experimentation is also utilized to ascertain variable factors responsible for an improvement in behaviour (Cooper, J., Heron, T., & Heward, W. (2007). Applied Behavior Analysis (2 ed.). New Jersey: Pearson Education).

Children with autism or additional exceptionalities can improve their behaviour through the application of Applied Behaviour Analysis. 

TIPES provides individual Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) therapy through a team approach consisting of an Educational Consultant, Senior Therapists, Board Certified Behaviour Analyst (BCBA) and Instructor therapists, as well as a consulting psychologist who is available to provide individual assessments. Children are initially assessed using one or more of the following assessments in order to develop a program that is unique to their needs. 

  • Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (Revised) (ABLLS-R)
  • Assessment of Functional Living Skills (AFLS)
  • By the Ages 
  • Carolina Curriculum 
  • Early Start Denver Model (ESDM)
  • Promoting the Emergence of Advanced Knowledge (PEAK) 
  • Social Skills Solutions
  • Verbal Behaviour Milestones Assessment Placement Program (VB-MAPP)

Once the assessment is complete, and a program recommendation is made, your child is guided towards success through positive reinforcement.

Intensive Behavioural Intervention (IBI) is the application of ABA principles in an intense, one-on-one setting. Methods of teaching are individualized for your child. IBI incorporates data analysis and records are kept of your child’s progress so that informed evaluation may occur at frequent intervals. IBI is done on a one-to-one basis with trained professionals.

ABA is offered as both full-day and half-day programs to children between the ages of 2-10.

Research shows that ABA should be used intensively between the ages of 2-6, therefore, it is recommended that children participate in ABA/IBI as often as possible during these formative years. In later years, as the children transition into school, ABA programming is still available to focus on skills that the children need to learn, for example, self-help skills, life skills, social skills and/or academic skills.

For more information and/or to book an assessment please contact Angela at


Help make a difference in someone's life.  Donate to TIPES.