The Opinions that Matter the Most !
We've been taking our daughter to Gomez Behavior Services since she was 3 years old. When she began therapy she was unable to communicate her needs and wants. After 1 month of therapy, she was able to label her favorite toys and express what she needed! Now, 3 years later, we couldn't be happier with the progress she has made! We appreciate their work and dedication and we couldn't have done it without them. ~A.H.
Gabriela and the staff at Gomez Behavior Services are like our second family. My son Izaak has been going to the center for therapy since he was 2 1/2 years old, he is now 9. His progress and gains have been amazing. I have no words to describe how much love and passion Gaby and the girls have for what they do and for each child they see. My family and I thank our lucky stars every day for having found such a special group of people for our very special little boy. ~C.B.
We are so fortunate to have found Gomez Behavior Services. In the last two years my son has made huge progress. The therapists not only teach our son but also take time to train us to make sure he reaches his full potential! I am so thankful for everything they do.~C.K
Gomez Behavior Services Inc.
We provide behavioral support to schools in the Miami area during your child's regular classroom hours. If your child is struggling in school and their teachers are out of answers then school support services gives you the opportunity to help your child reach their full potential.
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is a scientifically validated approach to understanding behavior and how it is affected by the environment. The principles and methods of ABA are useful in managing problem behaviors, teaching language, feeding, social skills, and skill acquisition.
A primary goal of coaching is to help caregivers identify what is not working within the home and design a plan for meaningful change. By applying evidence based procedures and techniques, caregivers will learn to feel confident in their capacity to effectively parent their child.