BlueSprig Autism -
San Antonio, Texas Area ABA Therapy Clinics

Locations in the San Antonio, Texas Area

About Our San Antonio, Texas ABA Clinics

At our BlueSprig clinics in the San Antonio, Texas area we are on a mission to change the world for children with autism. We are the largest provider of ABA therapy services in Texas and our team of highly skilled Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) is dedicated to providing the very best compassionate, individualized treatment for every child. We provide ADOS-2 assessments to assist in diagnoses and offer social skills as well as parent training. We accept most major insurance plans and welcome you to schedule a no charge consultation and personal tour.

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Live Oak Clinic

7608 Narrow Pass St.
Live Oak, TX 78233
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San Antonio Medical Center

5949 Babcock Rd., Suite 103
San Antonio, TX 78240
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Stone Oak Clinic

903 Proton Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78258
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Get in Touch with the Clinic Near You

Live Oak Clinic

7608 Narrow Pass St.
Live Oak, TX 78233
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San Antonio Medical Center

5949 Babcock Rd., Suite 103
San Antonio, TX 78240
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Stone Oak Clinic

903 Proton Rd.
San Antonio, TX 78258
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Changing the World for Children With AutismTM

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Compassionate Care
We provide the very best and most compassionate ABA therapy service to the families and children we serve.
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Close to Home
We are community first – we open multiple clinics in a community to provide easier access to care and to be a loud advocate for positive change.
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Exceptional Results
We aren’t the norm, we never settle for ok, and our track record with children on the spectrum is second to none. We love what we do and we bring that passion with us every day.

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Autism Speaks Walk – San Antonio

September 28 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

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Autism Speaks Walk – Fort Worth

September 21 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Autism Speaks Walk – Kansas City

September 21 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Autism Speaks Walk – San Antonio

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Your child will receive individualized treatment based on your goals and scientific treatment models.

Focused ABA Treatment

Concentrates on a small number of treatment goals with fewer hours of intervention (10-25 hours per week). A focused ABA program may be appropriate for individuals who have a severe behavior that should be prioritized above all other goals (e.g., severe aggression or self-injury) and may also be appropriate for individuals who lack basic functional skills (e.g., toileting or feeding).

Comprehensive ABA Treatment

Targets a number of developmental domains such as cognitive, communicative, social, and adaptive functioning. An example of a comprehensive ABA program is an early intervention program attempting to overcome deficits across a range of developmental areas. Due to the number of areas and goals these programs generally have more hours of intervention (more than 20 hours per week).

What is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)?

Behavior Analysis is a scientific model of how behaviors affect and are affected by environmental events. ABA is the applied use of principles and methods of behavior analysis (such as reinforcement), to create meaningful changes in socially important behaviors. ABA has four major characteristics:

  1. An objective assessment of the individual and the individual’s environment that forms the basis of an individualized treatment plan.
  2. Understanding of the context of behavior within the individual, his or her family, and his or her community.
  3. The utilization of principles and methods of behavior analysis to improve the individual’s independence and quality of life.
  4. Objective and ongoing data analysis to inform clinical decision making.

ABA has been demonstrated as effective at treating the symptoms of ASD.
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