Care you can count on!
Our experience in caring for others is as personal to us, as it is professional.
Because we listen and we care, whether a client or team member!
Clinical Behavior Analysis (CBA) & Individualized-Applied Behavior Analysis (i-ABA), located in Kentucky & Southern Indiana. Collectively we provide a variety of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Counseling, Behavioral Health and Direct Support Professional (DSP) Services for individuals labeled with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities, Acquired Brain Injury, Autism, Multiple Coexisting DSM(s) and many other Neuro-Diversities, across multiple settings.
Listening to you while taking your needs seriously our team designs a personalized plan to help you achieve a level of functional independence and overall happiness.
We will be with you every step of the way and together we will achieve your goals, making a happier life a reality for you and your family.
We want you to know that you’re not in this alone.CBA's Team CBA's Beginning Story
Designing the “Center for Behavior Analysis” in Kentucky and joining forces with Southern Indiana’s high quality provider of Center-Based ABA (i-ABA), we provide a comprehensive level of community, in-home, school and intensive center-based ABA (and related behavioral-health counseling & direct support services). Our core values motivate our collaborations with community partners while our mission drives our service model which is based on a supervised developmental approach to clinical expertise & training. We provide levels of skill sets for anyone experiencing difficult moments in life, or who are in need of behavior support services. This includes intensive functional analysis & assessment/treatment of severe behavior disorders as well as development of meaningful social, language, vocational, academic and/or functional skills.
Purposely diversified because job security is the foundation of what any family needs today!
Seeking qualified clinicians in all counties throughout Kentucky and Indiana, see careers page!
We've learn so much over the past 2+ decades and we'll continue to rely on data based decision making to improve on a daily basis.