Visit our brand new, state-of-the-art
ABA center in Westchester
Welcome to the Yellow Bus ABA (YBA) Autism center in the heart of Westchester.
Our state of the art, beautiful center is the perfect place for individuals to succeed. We are excited to announce that we have secured a beautiful new facility for our center-based ABA programs.
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, space is highly limited.
We accept most insurances.
The YBA center at Westchester provides treatment based on the principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA).
Our center has a strong focus on early, intensive behavioral interventions, social skills and verbal behavior for children and adolescents.
Our behavior analysts and behavior therapist work one on one with our children and adolescents using the high quality Yellow Bus ABA curriculum to maximize success for each child. All of our therapies are completely individualized based on each individuals specific needs and goals.
Every child will be assessed by a behavior analyst who will oversee the implementation of his/her program on a day to day basis.
The program will be designed to address each individual's deficits, interests and the family's preference. We will place a strong focus on family and parent training to maximize the results of our services.
With Home & Center based ABA services,
you'll get the best of both.
Benefits of Center based services:
Many indications that skills including social and communication, may be taught faster in a center based program
Highly structured environment can be beneficial to learn important life skills
A strong focus on social behavior
A great preparation for school
Benefits of Home based services:
A great way to teach skills that your child will use in home life including bedtime and toilet training
Easier for parents to receive parent training
Sometimes it is a more comfortable setting for the child
At Yellow Bus ABA, we are dedicated to ensuring the health your child, their families, and our faculty. Here you will find all the updated protocol and precautions that we are adhering to at our facilities and at home-based therapy sessions.
We understand that for children with autism it can be difficult at times to adhere to the many rules implemented by the CDC. Our trained staff are aware of these challenges, and strive to ensure your child is safe and comfortable at all times.
Some of the precautions we are taking:
In-person therapy will have reduced physical contact.
Our facility will be cleaned daily
Increased sanitation of toys, equipment, and our therapy rooms.
Masks will be worn as required
Avoiding all gatherings of 10 or more people
Increased hand-washing and social-distancing