Cardinal ABA In Clinic 

Therapy  Services

Here at the Cardinal Centery, we understand how critical it is to get early help for kids with developmental delays or diagnoses. Our in-clinic ABA therapy features a unique 1:1 group setting,  tailored to your child’s special needs. We provide complete services in North Carolina, aiming to enhance their life.

Empower Your Child for School Success with In-Clinic ABA Therapy

Spotting the early signs of developmental delays and quickly addressing them is key to a child’s future, especially those who might find traditional learning settings difficult. At Cardinal, our In-Clinic ABA Therapy is specially designed to prepare your child for school. By using techniques from Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), we focus on encouraging functional behaviors that benefit learning. This process helps to steadily build and boost vital skills needed for success at school.

The Power of Early Intervention: In-Clinic ABA Therapy

Our specific program focuses on fostering needed skills and encouraging independence. From helping with communication and social interactions to promoting self-control and readiness for school, we adapt our methods for each child’s needs. Let our committed therapists support your child’s development and guide them towards thriving in their educational journey.

At the core of our In-Clinic ABA Therapy program lies the development of fundamental skills that are essential for a child’s success in school and beyond. These key areas of focus include:

  • Communication:
Our program emphasizes improving both verbal and non-verbal communication skills, helping children express their needs and understand instructions, which are crucial for classroom interaction.
  • Social Interaction:

We focus on developing the ability to participate in group activities, share with peers, and engage in cooperative play, which is vital for navigating the social landscape of school.

  • Behavioral Adaptation:
Children learn to adjust their behaviors in response to different school settings, enhancing their ability to transition between activities and manage new situations with less stress.
  • Self-Regulation:
We teach strategies for managing emotions, focusing attention, and controlling impulses, essential for academic success and positive social interactions.
  • Academic Readiness:
Our program builds foundational skills in areas like pre-reading, pre-math, and cognitive development, preparing children for academic challenges.

Why Choose Cardinal for ABA In-Clinic ABA Therapy?

Our mission at the Cardinal Center is to transform lives through dedicated, child-centered care. Here’s what we offer:

  • Comprehensive Assessments: Each child undergoes a thorough behavioral assessment, which helps us tailor our interventions to their specific needs.
  • Personalized Treatment Plans: Developed based on assessment results, these plans target individual goals and are regularly updated to reflect progress and evolving needs.
  • Ongoing Support: Our commitment extends beyond the clinic, with strategies and support for families to continue therapy goals at home.

Our team comprises Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs), and specialists with advanced training in early childhood and autism spectrum disorders. Their expertise and passion are evident in every session, making each child’s potential attainable.

Autism services at Cardinal ABA Therapy

Benefits of In-Clinic ABA

Choosing the right setting for ABA therapy can significantly affect its effectiveness. In-clinic ABA therapy at Cardinal Center combines the benefits of individualized attention with the dynamics of a group setting. This blend not only facilitates focused learning but also allows children to practice newly acquired skills in real-time with peers under the guidance of our therapists.


What Makes In-Clinic ABA Different:

  • Controlled Learning Environment:

Our clinics are designed to provide a structured and distraction-free setting that helps children focus on learning and interacting without the unpredictable variables of home or school environments.

  • Peer Learning Opportunities:

Children participate in group activities that encourage social learning and problem-solving, which are often more challenging to replicate in home-based therapy.

Is In-Clinic ABA Right for My Child?

Choosing an appropriate therapy setting is crucial and should be reflective of your child’s preferences and needs. Consider in-clinic ABA if your child:
  • Finds joy and motivation in being around other children, benefiting from the natural modeling that occurs in group settings.
  • Shows positive responses to structured schedules, which provide a sense of security and predictability.
  • Needs a consistent, professionally controlled environment to focus effectively and minimize distractions that might impede learning.

Find Our In-Clinic ABA Therapy Clinic in North Carolina

Ready to help your child thrive in school and beyond? Our In-Clinic ABA services are available exclusively in North Carolina. Starting your child’s journey with us is simple—reach out today to schedule a consultation or visit our clinics to see our work in action.

Contact the Cardinal Center today to explore how our In-Clinic ABA Therapy can make a difference. Let’s pave the way for your child’s success together.

Cardinal Center for Behavior Analysis
956 W Chatham St, Cary, NC 27511

What Are Customer Say

Alice, the chief of staff, is excellent. She answered many of my questions and concerns as a parent and has been a huge help in my son’s goals and programs. She clearly explained my son’s treatment plan and progress, and my son has already been improving within the first month.
– Cynthia 
We’ve been searching for ABA for a while, and then we found Cardinal ABA, who explained and processed our applications right away. Two weeks into ABA, we’ve already noticed improvements in our son. Thank you, Cardinal ABA.
– Richard 
I’ve been calling around for weeks now looking for the right clinic, and Cardinal was the first place that really took the time to understand my family’s situation and educate me as to what services are available and how everything works. It is really evident that this is a place that cares.
– Garrett
Cardinal ABA is a great organization.  I couldn’t ask for better ABA resources!
– Shelby 

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Your Questions About In-Clinic ABA Therapy Answered

What ages of children do you serve with in-clinic ABA therapy?

Our in-clinic ABA therapy services are designed for children from early childhood through adolescence. Specifically, we cater to children as young as 18 months old up to 12 years old, focusing on interventions that are age-appropriate and developmental stage-specific.
How is progress tracked and communicated to parents?
Progress is meticulously tracked through regular assessments and data collection during each session. We communicate progress to parents through detailed reports and regular meetings to discuss their child’s achievements and adjust therapy goals as necessary.
Can in-clinic ABA therapy be combined with other forms of therapy my child is undergoing?

Absolutely, our in-clinic ABA therapy can be integrated with other therapeutic interventions such as speech therapy, occupational therapy, or physical therapy. We often collaborate with other specialists to provide a holistic approach to your child’s development.

What training and background do your therapists have in ABA therapy?

Our therapists are highly qualified, holding certifications such as Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) and Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). They have extensive training in ABA principles, child psychology, and specialized interventions for various developmental disorders.

How do you handle challenging behaviors during therapy sessions?

Challenging behaviors are addressed through preventive strategies and individualized behavior intervention plans. Our therapists are trained in crisis management and use positive behavior supports to decrease challenging behaviors while teaching functionally equivalent replacement behaviors effectively and ethically.

How does in-clinic therapy prepare my child for group learning environments like school?

In-clinic therapy focuses on developing skills essential for school success, such as following group instructions, interacting with peers, and transitioning between tasks. Our group sessions simulate a classroom environment, which helps children adapt to and thrive in school settings.

Are there any support groups or resources for parents and families involved in your program?

Yes, we offer support groups and workshops for parents and families. These resources provide additional support and education on ABA therapy and related topics, facilitating a community network that fosters shared learning and experiences among families.

How frequently are therapy goals and progress reviewed and updated?

The review and update of therapy goals and progress generally happens every six to twelve weeks. This can vary based on the individual progress and changing needs of the child. Data collection and analysis are consistently performed during therapy sessions to inform these modifications.

Is in-home ABA therapy effective for older children or teenagers?

Certainly, in-home ABA therapy can be instrumental for children and adolescents of all age groups. The tactics and specific interventions are customized in accordance with each client’s age, developmental stage, unique needs, and goals.

What support is available for parents and caregivers outside of scheduled therapy sessions?

At Cardinal, we offer a comprehensive support system for parents and caregivers that includes educational training sessions, customized resources, and steadfast communication routes. With these measures, families can enhance their understanding of ABA therapy, learn effective strategies to foster positive behavior at home, and witness the ongoing progress made throughout the therapeutic journey.

Contact Information and How to Get Started

Begin enhancing your parenting skills today by reaching out. Call us at 919-705-0668 or fill out this form to schedule your first session. We look forward to welcoming you to our community and helping you and your child thrive.