WELCOME
Welcome to Creative Behavioral Connections (CBC). CBC is focused on providing the Las Vegas community with individualized treatment for autism spectrum disorders (ASD). We are dedicated to creating and maintaining a collaborative treatment approach with the individual and their families, focusing on evidenced based and scientifically validated Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA).
CBC understands that every individual with ASD is unique with differing circumstances. Given this, we work with you and your family to identify goals and adapt a Positive Behavioral Support Plan (PBSP) consistent with individual and family needs.
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Mission & Vision

Our vision is to be recognized as a leader in quality autism spectrum disorder evaluation and treatment by providing comprehensive and continual assessment of needs, individualized treatment plans, and treatment services that deliver the highest quality of care to the individuals we serve.

It is the mission of Creative Behavioral Connections, LLC to provide quality evaluation and treatment services to individuals and their families in our community with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Creative Behavioral Connections understands the challenges individuals with autism spectrum disorders and their families face during the span of a lifetime and support each individual in the process of growing and healing behaviorally, socially, emotionally, physically, and mentally to overcome those challenges.

CBC Services

Diagnostic Evaluations

Diagnostic evaluations may include some or all of the following:
• Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders
• Assessment of Intellectual Abilities
• Assessment of Executive Functioning
• Assessment of Language Fundamentals
• Assessment of Adaptive Functioning
• Assessment of Achievement
• Assessment of Behavioral and Emotional Functioning

During the evaluation, the evaluator will gather information including a developmental history, conduct psychological testing, and observe the individual being tested. At the end of the diagnostic evaluation, a comprehensive report will be developed, including a diagnosis, summary of the strengths and weaknesses identified in the evaluation process, and treatment recommendations.

Behavioral Assessments

Behavioral assessments are concerned with deficits in specific skill areas that may be contributing to problem behaviors, and generally assess some or all of the following:
• Language
• Cognitive skills
• Social skills
• Adaptive functioning
• Self-help skills

During the assessment process, direct observation will be essential for the evaluation of environmental variables that may be maintaining or increasing the behavior. Behavioral assessments define the problem behaviors and the function the behavior serves. At the conclusion of the behavioral assessment, an individualized assessment report is completed and a Positive Behavioral Support Plan (PBSP) is developed.

Focused ABA Treatment

The goal of Focused ABA treatment is to address a limited number of target behaviors. Focused treatment focuses on compliance within specific settings (home, school), self-help skills, social skills, adaptive skills, academic remediation, and daily living skills, and can range from 5 to 25 hours a week. A Positive Behavioral Support Plan (PBSP) is developed, which outlines the function of the target behaviors. The duration and intensity of treatment is based on the individual needs and severity of the behaviors. Treatment decisions are based on data collection, and reassessment occurs periodically throughout the duration of treatment. Family involvement and family education on specific principles and procedures of ABA is provided on an on-going basis.

Comprehensive ABA Treatment

The goal of comprehensive ABA treatment is to maximize independence in multiple skill areas and/or improve the individual’s functioning to levels typical for his or her chronological age. Initially, comprehensive treatment involves structured 1:1 therapy, and can range from 26 to 40 hours a week; however, as the individual gains skills, more naturalistic and small group settings may be incorporated. Again, a Positive Behavioral Support Plan (PBSP) is developed, which outlines the function of the target behaviors. The duration and intensity of treatment is based on the individual needs and severity of the behaviors. Treatment decisions are based on data collection, and reassessment occurs periodically throughout the duration of treatment. Family involvement and family education on specific principles and procedures of ABA is provided on an on-going basis.


FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL 702.901.5200

For Appointments, Call 702.901.5200

For General Clinic Info

Phone: 702.901.5200

Fax: 702.901.5201

Email: info@cbcautism.com

Address

5803 W. Craig Road, Suite 105
Las Vegas, NV 89130

Located at the Southeast corner of
Craig Road and Jones Boulevard

Contacts

Dr. Michelle McGuire, Clinical Director
mmcguire@cbcautism.com

Dr. Denise Thomas, HR Director
dthomas@cbcautism.com

Abby Grossa, CFO
agrossa@cbcautism.com