Resources

Local and Regional Behavior Analytic Provider Organizations

Adapt for Life 
Samantha Setty
sam@adaptivecommunitysupport.com
812-590-2157
Adapt for Life Center for ABA and Autism provides individualized Applied Behavior Analysis therapy to children ages 3 through 20, who are diagnosed with Autism or other intellectual and developmental disabilities. We serve Southern Indiana and the Louisville area. Adapt for Life accepts most private insurances, private pay and Indiana Medicaid Waiver. We employee fully-trained and certified Board Certified Behavior Analysts, Register Behavior Technicians as well as Master’s Level Behavior Clinicians. Our services are designed to positively change social and cognitive skills in individuals and provide a new kind of hope for them and their families.

Brenda Kasdan
Brenda Kasdan
brenda.kasdan@att.net
502-905-2337
I provide Applied behavior Analysis services to clients aged 2 years old to adulthood. I have been providing therapeutic services for 20 years.

Clinical Behavior Analysis & The Center for Behavior Analysis (CBA)
Jason Simmons, MS, BCBA, LBA
jsimmons@abakentucky.com 
502-409-7181
We are a group of Board Certified, Licensed Behavior Analysts, Behavior Specialists, Intervention Specialists, Registered Behavior Technicians, Counselors and Multi-Specialty Group Professionals providing state-of-the-art Behavior Analysis & Therapy services to the Louisville, Lexington & Northern KY regions. We implement data-based strategies that assist individuals with community inclusion and a better quality of life. Applied Behavior Analysis services can provide participants and their families with happier, joyful lives when caretakers, staff and parents are included in critical aspects of intervention. Quality based behavior health services are provided in all relevant environments for individuals of all ages. We provide evidence-based services consistent with dimensions of Applied Behavior Analysis. Visit our web site to view funding sources (complimentary screenings) including most major Commercial Insurance, Medicaid Waivers, Managed Care Organizations (MCOs), Private Pay and others... www.abakentucky.com or call 502-409-7181 for services or employment inquiries.   

Dreams with Wings
Heather Bevins
hbevins@dreamswithwings.org
502-238-3400
Dreams with Wings is a non-profit organization (NPO) founded in 2000 to improve the quality of services, programs, and community inclusion for children and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities including autism.  We now support over 230 individuals in 12 residential homes and 5 apartment buildings and also offer an Adult Day Program (Dream Builders), Supported Employment, summer camp programs, Community Living Supports, Case Management, Respite, and Behavior Supports.  In addition, we provide necessary therapies, including applied behavior analysis, occupational, physical, psychological, and speech therapies.

Essential Behavior
Carrie Pritchard
Clpritch@essentialbehavior.com
270-303-2098
Working to help individuals and their families meet their goals, including reducing challenging behaviors and building skills in academic, communication, leisure, and social domains and adaptive behaviors for independent living. 

Hopebridge
James Adkins
jadkins@hopebridge.com
812-258-9802
Hopebridge360TM places the child and family at the center of the circle of care. Through the coordinated effort of our team of diverse specialists, we improve the quality of life of every person touched by Autism Spectrum Disorder. We combine the methods and expertise of behavior analysts, occupational therapists, physical therapists and speech and language pathologists to serve the multiple and complex needs of children and their families. Using our proven team-based approach, Hopebridge360TM spans the essential aspects of care and provides the most effective personalized treatment plan to enhance social, language, sensory processing, and motor skill development in children with ASD.

Marin Autism Interventions
Shannon Priddy-Marin
marinautisminterventions@gmail.com
310-560-9270
MAI provides ABA services to the underserved rural counties of Breckinridge, Hancock, and Meade Counties. Our focus is to teach applicable skills that are necessary for our clients to participate in their community and develop meaningful relationships with family and friends.

Therapeutic Intervention Services
Dana Cristina
admin@therapeuticinterventionservices.com
502-365-2522
TIS provides behavior support and mental health services for children, adolescents, and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. 

Verbal Behavior Consulting
Amanda Ralston, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA
office@vbcaba.com
859-899-9200
Verbal Behavior Consulting offers client-centered behavioral solutions and specializes in treatment for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities. Providing services through Board Certified Behavior Analysts, VBC offers experience, training, and expertise in working with children with language delays and problem behavior. Verbal Behavior Consulting, Inc. provides consultation to families, schools, and agencies regarding techniques and procedures guided by the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and Verbal Behavior literature. In addition to consultation, program supervision, and direct therapy services, VBC provides parent and caregiver training in home & site-based programs in order to provide the most consistency in behavior procedures and teaching opportunities for language acquisition. 

Walden Behavior Solutions, LLC
Katie Wilkinson
katiewilkinsonbcba@outlook.com
502-805-0765
Walden Behavior Solutions, LLC provides treatment solutions to individuals, caregivers, and families that are struggling to function in their everyday lives due to challenging behaviors that are interfering with their success, well-being and quality of life. The services are supervised and managed by a Licensed Behavior Analyst and focus primarily on the reduction of challenging behaviors and on the acquisition of necessary skills to replace those challenging behaviors. The treatment plan begins with a functional behavior assessment of the individual’s challenging behaviors and skill deficits that are interfering with their learning and safety in the environment. Once the functions are identified, an individualized behavior plan is developed to guide caregivers on how to teach skills and intervene during challenging behaviors. Treatment services, caregiver training and support is available across all settings, including the home, community, and school in which the skill deficits and/or problem behaviors are present.