ABA THERAPY IN CONNECTICUT
GREATER HARTFORD & NEW HAVEN
We are now accepting new clients in the greater Hartford and New Haven areas! Currently offering in-home and in-school services for our new clients in Connecticut until our first local Learning Centers are opened in Winter of 2019.
Click the blue bar to learn more about our programs, or the purple bar to connect with our Care Team about our services in your area!
NOW PROVIDING IN-HOME &
IN-SCHOOL ABA THERAPY
Social & Group Skills
Expressive & Receptive Language
Toilet Training & Daily Living Skills
Caregiver ABA Coaching
OUR CONNECTICUT LEADERSHIP TEAM
Regional Clinical Integrity Officer
As InBloom's Connecticut Regional CIO, Abigail works to ensure the services and care provided to our clients and families are of the highest quality. She directly supervises and provides ongoing support to the entire clinical team, opens communication with the families we serve throughout the on-boarding process as well as the entire duration of therapy, and strives to see that the experience of our clinical professionals working with InBloom is a positive one. Abigail has been a leader in Applied Behavior Analysis for over a decade, and has played an active role in helping countless families and clinical professionals throughout the state of Connecticut. She obtained her Master's of Science in Therapeutic Recreation from Southern Connecticut State University, and completed her ABA coursework from the Florida Institute of Technology. When asked why she is passionate about what she does, Abigail said "It’s amazing to be part of someone’s journey and help them achieve success and growth to fully access the world. Through ABA principles and techniques, there are endless possibilities to what and how you can teach a variety of skills from language, to self-help; throughout my experiences nothing compares to giving a family the freedom of only cooking one meal by expanding their food repertoire, to never have to buy diapers after 6 or even 7 years because their child is able to independently use the toilet, or to help a child use their preferred mode of communication to express themselves and their needs while decreasing undesired behaviors. As a parent you eagerly wait and celebrate milestones of your children so to be able to help other parents to see their child hit those milestones with their own children is priceless."