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Tuesday
Apr082014

Behavior Frontiers Celebrates 10 Year Anniversary

Los Angeles, CA (April 8, 2014) Behavior Frontiers, a non public agency offering solutions to help individuals with autism and other special needs using state-of-the-art applied behavior analysis (ABA) training and treatment programs, is celebrating 10 years in business. In addition to recognizing April as Autism Awareness month, Behavior Frontiers will be celebrating with employees as well as clients and their families.

Ten years ago, Behavior Frontiers co-founders Helen Mader and Bryan Mader set out to create a way to offer families with the best possible ABA treatment plans delivered by a handpicked team of knowledgeable and highly trained clinical staff members using accurate and results-driven ABA methods to improve the quality of life for children and their families. ABA methods are scientifically proven to be effective and they use client’s motivation to help them learn new skills, such as communicating, sharing, taking-turns, and being flexible.

“The CDC now estimates that an average of 1 in 68 children in the U.S have an autism spectrum disorder,” says Behavior Frontiers Founder and Executive Director, Helen Mader, M.A., B.C.B.A., “so our goal is to continue to offer individuals with the best opportunities to reach their maximum potential. The growth of our company and the opening of 5 new offices will allow us to find the most highly trained and skilled employees so our clients and families receive the best options in ABA therapy. It has been an honor to work with some of the best professionals in the field of ABA treatment for children with special needs. It has also been a privilege to help so many children and their families.”

Headquartered in Los Angeles, Behavior Frontiers now serves the following areas from their regional offices in San Jose, Pasadena, Orange County and Riverside, CA as well as the Dallas/Plano area in Texas.

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