At Indy Angells, we provide fully customizable treatment packages that include an array of options that always come with direct support from a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). Each family will receive a free initial consultation prior to the start of services in order to determine what will work for you, your loved ones, and your schedule. At the end of the service agreement, we will mutually determine if a continuation of services is necessary for your family.
We currently provide in-state and out-of-state ABA consultation services. Our Indy-based services include areas of Carmel, Westfield, Fishers, Noblesville, and more. To inquire about our in-state or out-of-state options please contact us. Together, we will create your personalized treatment package by combining any of the services listed below.
*Please note that as we are a consulting business, we do not offer
full-time clinical services, however we do provide short ABA sessions to clients who would benefit from therapy.
At Indy Angells, we strictly offer Telehealth services at this time. Telehealth is a convenient and flexible way to receive the services you need from wherever you are! Telehealth clients receive the same level of care and individualized programming as in-person clients, but with the convenience of having therapy from the comfort of their own home or location of their choice. In addition to direct therapy services, we also provide family training, supervision, and consultation services via Telehealth.
A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) is the lead practitioner within an ABA treatment program. They are certified professionals who receive credentialing through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). BCBA consultations work well for families who need some extra help, but not necessarily one-on-one direct services. Consultations can include behavior assessments, the development of behavior support plans, as well as teaching sessions as needed.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is an evidence-based science that focuses on determining the functional relation between behavior and the environment. ABA is the foundation from which all of our services originate. ABA Therapy is widely used by medical professionals to treat people with a variety of developmental disabilities and behavioral diagnoses. It focuses on increasing skills that will assist learning while decreasing socially significant problem behaviors that can hinder it. Please note that we do not provide full-day intensive ABA Therapy. Rather, we provide short, 1-2 hour sessions per day at the recurrence of your choice (M-TH).
Social skills training and development is an essential part of the ABA journey for many families. We offer group services that fit your schedule so that your loved ones can make friends, learn, and have fun in a safe space while being themselves! We use an array of social skills curriculums that focus on increasing social skills, executive functioning skills, and independence in the use of emotional regulation strategies.
Family training is an important element to any ABA treatment model. This is because it provides a space for family members, including parents, siblings, and others, to gain a greater understanding of ABA techniques so they can learn to implement the strategies in their daily lives. Increasing independence in regards to the use of ABA opens communication within the family unit and allows the family to function in a least-restrictive environment by fading therapy sessions over time.
We are happy to offer supervision to prospective BCBAs and BCaBAs at competitive rates. We will work with you to find a schedule that fits your needs while still providing you with lots of learning opportunities. Please inquire as to how you can work with us to earn restricted and unrestricted hours.
We currently accept private pay-based payments.
For potential clients who might need financial assistance, we are happy to offer different options. Please fill out the associated form and contact us for more information about how we can help.