ABA Partners

Part of UCEBT’s mission is to increase access to evidence-based services for everyone. Our community partners provide needed care for autistic individuals and their families. We at UCEBT support these efforts by providing reduced cost diagnostic evaluations, staff and parent trainings, clinical consultation, free resources, and community outreach to reduce barriers to intervention for the clients of our community partners. Please email if you are a program providing early intervention or autism intervention across the lifespan and would like to be part of our community.

BEE Kids Mental Health and Wellness Center 

BEE Kids combines Applied Behavior Analysis with Naturalistic Development Behavioral Interventions (NDBI) to learn skills and apply them across their environments. They use a family-centered approach to care for individuals with autism, including parent training and resources.

Kids Park Child Development Centers 

Kids Park is a family-owned child education and care program serving Tooele County. Educational programs support development of infants, toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary before and after school care. Intensive intervention from Behavioral Therapists provide individualized strategies for needed skills.

Whole Child Therapy 

Whole Child Therapy centers provide services that address behavioral, neurological, and psychological needs for autistic individuals or individuals with developmental needs. By providing ABA, Speech Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and psychotherapy in one place, parents can feel that the needs of their child are met on many fronts.

Golden Steps ABA 

Golden Steps supports children with autism and their families in 15 states through in-home. Intervention supports skills in pragmatic language, sensory processing, self-care, and social skills.

Brighter Strides ABA 

Brighter Strides uses a comprehensive approach for supporting autistic children in overcoming challenges with communication, social skills, and daily living. Brighter Strides conducts in-home, center-based, and school-based ABA therapy across 11 states and Washington D.C.