Support for individuals with special needs,
developmental disabilities, and behavior challenges.
Support for individuals and families.
We deliver change families can see.
Recent survey results explain how.
of parents surveyed think their behavior technicians are providing quality ABA services.
families feel they now have the support they need, even when Graham Behavior staff are not present.
of parents surveyed see improvement with their child since starting with Graham Behavior Services and would recommend them as a service provider.
High clinical standards accompanied by direct access to multiple Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) including case supervisors, directors, and me, Cara Graham, M.A., BCBA, is the difference we extend to our community.
Intensive ABA therapy is for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders or Developmental Disabilities. Direct therapy is provided to the individual and family. Therapy is provided by BCBAs and behavior therapists. At Graham Behavior Services our behavior therapists have a minimum of a bachelors degree and 1 year experience providing ABA services in home or school settings. Most of our behavior therapists are certified teachers, social workers, or graduate students completing masters degree programs in behavior analysis.
Being a parent today is really hard. Everyone, whether it’s the internet or the woman scoffing at you in Target, has a different opinion on how to raise your child. We want to help you weed through all that advice and collaborate to provide you with research based strategies that work for your family. These formative years are shaping your children into who they are as people. It is crucial that we teach them how to navigate their world at an early age so they can be prepared for everything that lies ahead of them.
At Graham Behavior Services our ABA therapy services do not stop when an individual turns 18 or 21. We provide therapy to individuals with autism across the lifespan. While services for adults with autism may look different or take place in more varied locations, therapy is still completely individualized to the client’s needs. At GBS, we consult with families and provide custom programming based on individualized needs. Your child’s well being and ability to live a purposeful life is our top priority. Not only are we great at what we do, we care about helping your family achieve lasting, meaningful change.
Graham Behavior Services offers school based services through consultation and/or training. We can work with an individual student, a classroom, a school, or an entire school district. We are available to provide training for an individual teacher or teachers throughout a school district.
Graham Behavior Services’ Social Skills group provides ABA-based Social Skills programming to individuals with varying social needs (including ASD, ADD/ADHD, communication disorders) in a group setting. Groups are formed with 3-5 children based on age, need, and skills.
Our advocacy is designed to provide support to parents and caregivers to help them navigate the educational system in New Jersey and to assist in ensuring the best school program for individuals with autism, special needs, and challenging behaviors. We can help you communicate and share your concerns with your school district, navigate the IEP process, and review your child’s current school placement.
GBS now offers Speech Therapy in our West Long Branch Clinic. Speech therapy is a treatment that focuses on improving speech sound production, the ability to understand and express language, as well as feeding and swallowing disorders.
GBS now offers Occupational Therapy in our West Long Branch Clinic and Monmouth County homes. Occupational therapists help people of all ages live their lives to their fullest potential. Children diagnosed with or having a physical disability, developmental disorder, neurological disorder, cognitive impairment, or sensory integration dysfunction that limits their ability to participate in activities that are part of the “occupation” of childhood, and benefit greatly from occupational therapy.