Meet the Team

Our Mission

Yellow Bus ABA is a therapy group providing consultation and intervention services for individuals of all ages who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We have drawn upon the unique strengths of our highly experienced team of behavior specialists to employ scientifically validated teaching methodology, such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), to bring quality care and intervention with lasting results. 

Our mission is to maximize the potential of individuals with ASD so they can experience success and lead productive lives. Yellow Bus ABA addresses a full range of domains, including communication, behavior, daily living, social skills and play skills. Therapy services are provided by our trained professionals under the supervision of Boards Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA’s) in a variety of settings.

 

One unique angle to the Yellow Bus ABA methodology is the focus placed on Coordination of Care- specifically where schools are concerned. Our teams work with the teachers & therapists in each child’s school to update & correlate treatments across the board – a method we’ve found to provide lasting results amongst children we’ve treated.

Our Leadership

Yellow Bus ABA is proud to have Estelle Parnes, MS, BCBA at the helm. Having specialized in the education and treatment of children with autism for over 28 years, Mrs. Parnes has provided consultation and treatment in school-based and home-based settings with proven lasting results. 

Our friendly and professional team bring decades of experience and true dedication to every single child.

Estelle Parnes

Clinical Director
Yellow Bus ABA

Kate Harrison

Employee Wellness &
North Jersey Behavior Analyst

Allison Amler

Behavior Analyst
Rockland County

Georgette Morgan

Director
Social Skills Group

Autism-Early Signs and Diagnosis

There are many ways to help stimulate, guide and encourage positive behaviors in children who have autism. One very effective method is using the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). An intervention plan using ABA can help individuals with autism become more receptive to their environment through reinforcement of appropriate behaviors. Reinforcement includes praise or other rewards that are given to increase or maintain proper behavior.

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