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Mission Statement

Beyond ABA LLC is dedicated to the highest quality of ABA therapy and related services delivered with authenticity, honesty, and sincerity​.

How did we get here?

Beyond ABA LLC was formed by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA's) who wore many different hats, including "community partner," "activist," and "mom." From its inception, one of the primary goals of Beyond has been to increase the accessibility of services to individuals in marginalized communities, as these were the communities traditionally underrepresented and underserved in the field of ABA. As Beyond continued to evolve, so has our mission; we continue to advocate for the accessibility of services for all while also ensuring the services provided are culturally competent and responsive to the individuals served.

What are we doing?

Beyond ABA, LLC currently provides therapy, case management, social groups, and family support for, but not limited to autistic and other neurodivergent individuals regardless of color, age, sex, gender, religion, disability, military status, socio-economic status, and any other protected AND non-protected groups. In addition, we believe that outreach into the entire community can help build the community's individual members while dispelling stigmas about disabilities, promoting inclusivity, and encouraging acceptability of all people and differences. Therefore, we have made it our mission to go BEYOND the "traditional" framework of ABA, to provide a collaborative and comprehensive service model that promotes autonomy, accessibility, and individuality for every participant of our program, and continue to implement new information and teachings to take our methods, interactions, outreach, delivery model, and accessibility BEYOND the minimum requirements and status quo.

1. MegEvans. (n.d.). Identity-First Language. Retrieved from https://autisticadvocacy.org/about-asan/identity-first-language/

2. Neurodiversity Definitions and Different Types. (2020, August 13). Retrieved from https://exceptionalindividuals.com/neurodiversity/

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