We built Opya around three guiding principles that we believe result in the best outcomes for the children and families we serve.

The best results happen when care starts before age 6

Studies have shown that outcomes using ABA therapy with children are optimized when therapy starts at an early age. We specialize in early intervention care for children under 6 so that we can best prepare them to graduate to the elementary school setting.

98% of pediatricians and psychologists agree with us that early intervention is important to a child’s development.

There is no place like home when it comes to ABA therapy

We provide direct ABA therapy in the home so our therapists can connect with your child  in their natural environment, and our therapists can work on important life skills like brushing teeth and getting dressed. 

To us, home is the optimal place for very young children to receive ABA therapy because it is safe and comfortable, and we can best prepare the child to transition to new care settings like elementary school with an appropriate transition.

Connectivity
is empowering

Our connected care model supported by technology means we deliver a high level of communication and collaboration that empowers all stakeholders to be their best. 

The HIPAA-compliant Opya App streamlines communication and information between all stakeholders, resulting in happier clients and staff, and better outcomes.

The Opya App

We make it easier for parents to manage schedules, track progress and instantly communicate with the care team by connecting them directly to our therapists via the Opya App. 

Record and track your child’s daily mood changes
Make schedule changes
Instantly communicate with your clinical team
Share a video of your child’s behavior with your clinical team
Monitor progress toward your child’s clinical goals
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Multidisciplinary Approach

In addition to ABA therapy, we offer a suite of services to take care of the whole child via telehealth.

Speech Therapy

We utilize evidence-based practice to design and implement child-specific therapy plans to address articulation, language, social and Alternative Augmentative Communication (AAC) skills.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy focuses on improving fine motor, gross motor and sensory processing skills as needed for every-day activities.

Feeding Therapy

This practice is for exceptionally picky eaters; we use research based programming that children enjoy to get them to eat a variety of foods.