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What is Applied Behavior Analysis?

ABA is a systematic process of using carefully-designed interventions to help students with Autism Spectrum Disorders increase their acquisition of skills and decrease maladaptive behaviors.

Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) are the professional staff who lead ABA work in the Canton Public Schools. They provide ongoing review of student behavioral data and programming, professional development for staff, and regular consultation with educators and families. The supports provided by our BCBAs may be grouped into the following categories:
 

  • Functional Behavior Assessment
  • Assessments for school or transportation refusal
  • Classroom-wide behavior support
  • Individualized behavior support
  • Consult to academic instruction
  • Parent training
     

Board-Certified Behavior Analysts

Richard Azulay

Rodman Early Childhood Program Student Services Coordinator, Administration

Katherine Gilligan

Hansen BCBA Supervisor, Student Services

Canton High School

900 Washington Street
P: 781-821-5050
F: 781-821-5052

Galvin Middle School

55 Pecunit Street
P: 781-821-5070
F: 781-575-6509

Hansen Elementary

25 Pecunit Street
P: 781-821-5085
F: 781-575-6552

JFK Elementary

100 Dedham Street
P: 781-821-5080
F: 781-575-6543

Luce Elementary

45 Independence Street
P: 781-821-5075
F: 781-575-6528

Rodman EC Program

960 Washington Street
P: 781-821-5060
F: 339-502-7910