Little Steps: Early Intervention Program

We strive to provide individualized, high-quality learning opportunities to children with intellectual or developmental disabilities. Our goal is to work collaboratively with each family and to help each child grow, develop, and achieve their full potential.
Teacher and child doing an art project
Teacher and child smiling and playing with sensory toys
Teacher and child doing an art project

What is ABA?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the science of applying interventions based on principles of learning and motivation to promote socially significant behavior change and to demonstrate that the interventions are responsible for these behavior changes. Over the past 50 years, thousands of published studies have documented the effectiveness of ABA for increasing numerous skills and decreasing challenging behaviors.
 

Why choose an ABA program?

We focus on the individual child, taking into consideration their unique abilities, individual interests, and family's priorities to develop an individualized curriculum intervention plan. We provide a low student-to-staff ratio allowing individual instruction for each child. Research shows that those children with intellectual and developmental disabilities who receive early, individualized ABA intervention have a greater chance for future success.

Little Steps: Early Intervention Program

Contact Edna A. Hill Child Development Center

cdcinfo@ku.edu

(785) 864-3498

1001 Dole Human Development Center, University of Kansas, 1000 Sunnyside Avenue, Lawrence, KS 66045