Kadiant, a mission-driven organization that provides high-quality Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy and related services to individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), announced it has partnered with Behavioral Education for Children with Autism (BECA), a pioneer provider organization of ABA services in centers and school-based settings. The financial terms of the partnership were not disclosed.
BECA marks the fifth ABA practice to join the Kadiant family since its founding earlier this year. Previously announced partnerships include Central Valley Autism Project, Integrated Behavioral Solutions, Kids Overcoming, and STE Consultants. BECA was founded in 2000 by Tracy Guiou, Ph.D., BCBA-D to meet the growing need for behavior analytic services in Southern California.
BECA delivers ABA services in community and school settings to families across the greater Los Angeles and Sacramento area, extending Kadiant’s services into Southern California for the first time. Core elements of BECA’s service approach include leveraging the interdisciplinary expertise of their team members to provide a developmental framework for the design of each ABA intervention; incorporating parents as integral members of the treatment team; and expanding the application of ABA services beyond early intervention to older children, teens, and young adults.
Kadiant is a mission-driven company that seeks to provide high-quality Applied Behavior Analysis therapy and related critical services to individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. Kadiant focuses on building excellent clinical teams and expanding access to services by acquiring and integrating existing high-quality provider organizations and opening new locations as part of a strategy to build a leading autism services organization. Kadiant is committed to delivering the best clinical outcomes and the best client experience.
BECA was established in 2000 to help meet the ongoing demand for accessible, high-quality, Applied Behavior Analysis services for children with autism spectrum disorders, ages 12 months through 22 years, and their families. Their mission is to help children become more fully integrated into their family, school, and community environments. Their services include center-based services, consultative based-services, school based-services, assessments, and testimony related services.
This was reported by Business Wire on August 5, 2019.
Contact information: Behavioral Education for Children with Autism, 357 Van Ness Way, Torrance, California 90501; 310-787-9334; Website: www.beca-aba.com