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Applied Behavior Analysis

The ABA program is a unique evidence-based program that serves individuals from birth to adulthood with a one-to-one child to therapist ratio, using the Applied Behavior Analysis approach.  The program aims to provide individuals with developmental disabilities with evidence-based therapeutic interventions aimed at enhancing communication, social, adaptive, behavioral, and other needs.  Individuals receiving ABA services will receive extensive educational assessment using the Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP) to best determine individualized therapy goals and setting (1-to-1 or small group) that best suits the needs of the client.  The ABA program is staffed by graduate students in the Applied Behavior Analysis graduate program at Baylor University, and is supervised by Dr. Tonya Davis, a Board Certified Behavior Analyst-Doctoral, Ms. Kristen Mainor, a Licensed Specialist in School Psychology, and expert Board Certified Behavior Analysts from Focus Behavioral Associates in Waco, Texas.


To apply, please complete the following application and return to Kristen Mainor.

ABA Information and Application Packet


For more information, contact:


Baylor CARE
Baylor University Center for Developmental Disabilities
2201 MacArthur
Suite 101
Waco, Texas 76708
1-254-537-10421-254-537-1042
care@baylor.edu