At Key Connections ABA Services, LLC, we specialize in working with individuals whose challenges can be medically complex, have a dual diagnosis, have experienced trauma and have co-existing mental health challenges. To address their issues, we offer solutions-based treatment and programs and strive to strengthen their support system. With our ABA Services in Greater Boston and center based services Chelmsford, Massachusetts, we help our clients learn self-reflection, self-regulation protocols, and adaptive social skills that are useful in their daily lives. We believe that everyone has the potential to be their best selves with effective self-management skills. Thus, we treat our clients and their families as our collaborators in finding effective ways for them to deal with their issues. Our licensed and well-trained professionals do not only assist our clients, but we also provide their loved ones and caregivers the support that they need to deal with the challenges that they may face as they help their loved ones.
To provide children, adolescents, and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other developmental challenges the tools necessary to participate in today’s rapidly changing world. Steeped in the belief that everyone has the power to learn and change, we strive to deliver the most effective, creative, and evidence-based supports. A person-centered environment offers the opportunity for truly individualized care and our trauma-informed practices maximize buy-in while minimizing resistance. Our model supports positive behavior change and teaches lifelong self-management skills to the developing individual.
Jason Gardner came to Key Connections ABA Services in December 2019 as the Clinical Supervisor. He received his bachelor’s in psychology with a specialty in Applied Behavior Analysis from Salem State College in 2016. He is currently working completing his master’s in applied Behavior Analysis at Salem State University in order to pursue his BCBA certification. Jason has experience working in a clinical ABA setting as well as in an educational collaborative for individuals on the Autism spectrum and other developmental diagnoses. Previously, Jason was a Lead Behavior Role for Hopeful Journeys Education Center in Beverly, MA and SEEM Collaborative based out of Stoneham, MA. His expertise is in data collection and representation, academic, vocational, communication, and self-help curriculum.
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