The Cayer Behavioral Group Difference

Cayer Behavioral Group’s primary goal is to help children diagnosed with autism and their families achieve a new normal through Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). ABA is certified nationally and is recognized by the Attorney General of the United States of America as the most effective treatment model for autism. (For more information, click here.) Through years of experience, Cayer Behavioral Group has improved upon the original ABA model for treatment. By using a data-driven process to achieve socially significant results, CBG has improved the effectiveness of ABA treatment interventions. This has entirely changed what applied behavior analysis looks like today.

Some companies bring their clients to a facility and implement interventions in a static setting. This presents challenges when the child is then taken out of the controlled environment. In contrast, CBG is community-based. CBG’s ABA-trained Board Certified Behavior Analyst and Registered Behavior Technicians identify behaviors and community members that are important in a child’s life, and work one-on-one with the child at the location where the behavior happens. This allows children to learn adaptive behavior in real-world settings. Therefore, schools, homes, public restaurants, hair salons, airplanes – any environment – are all keys to helping a child develop socially significant, appropriate behaviors.

Our goal at Cayer Behavioral Health is to help children become self-sufficient and comfortable in their environments. We want parents to be able to dream big dreams for their children and families without feeling limited due to developmental disabilities. We want to help families create a comfortable new normal.

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Give me a child and I’ll shape him into anythingB. F. Skinner

Our Goal

Our goal at Cayer Behavioral Health is to help children become self sufficient and comfortable in their environments. We want parents to be able to dream big dreams for their children and their families without feeling limited due to developmental disabilities. We want to help create a comfortable new normal.