ABA therapy services in Arizona

Discover our expanded ABA therapy services across Arizona, designed to bring unparalleled care and support to more families. With a commitment to excellence, we're now serving various communities within the state, ensuring that quality ABA therapy is within reach. Schedule your consultation today and experience the difference with Arizona's trusted ABA provider.

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Building stronger foundations, one child at a time

At Step Ahead ABA, we’re focused on bringing personalized ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) therapy services to every family that can benefit from them.


We accept Medicaid and many major insurance plans so every family can benefit.


Our unique staffing model allows us to get you started efficiently, without holding you up on a long waitlist.


We take the time to get to know you and your family, tailoring sessions to fit your routines.

Ready for positive change in your child’s life?
Let’s work together to make it happen.

Find ABA therapy near you in Arizona

In Arizona, our ABA therapy team offers immediate support with no waitlist, ensuring families receive timely and effective care for autism and ASD. Our bilingual, Spanish-speaking BCBAs provide personalized therapy across multiple locations, welcoming a diverse community. Accepting Medicaid and most insurance plans, we're here to make specialized autism support accessible to all. Discover our services and find compassionate care near you.

Shannon Weller, MS, BCBA, LBA

Regional Director of Clinical Operations in Arizona

Meet the passionate professionals
behind our ABA
services in Arizona

Our regional directors are here to make your ABA therapy experience pleasant and productive, overseeing all the members of our local team and ensuring therapy is up to the highest standards possible.
When enrolling, you’ll get the contact info of your region’s director so you can reach out with any questions, comments or concerns.

ABA everywhere: Skills for any situation

We use Applied Behavioral Analysis to break down skills into tiny steps so children can master the skills that don’t come naturally to them. We encourage your child to apply what they've learnt throughout their day, opening up more chances for success and independence in the various situations they encounter.

Completing daily routines
Hygiene skills
Appropriately engaging with family members
Play and leisure skills
Following the classroom schedule
Engaging with peers
Increasing on-task behaviors
Pre-voc skills
Following directions
Tolerating crowds
Social interactions
Receptive and expressive language
Increasing independence
Decreasing challenging behaviors
Before ABA therapy
😔“No one wants to play with me.”

Recess time and social situations leave Emily feeling lonely, as it is hard for her to start a conversation or join a group game.

ABA therapy in action
💡”I’m learning new things.”

With Jo, her therapist, Emily learns to look out for and understand social cues and role play successful conversations.

After ABA therapy
😊“I’m making friends.”

Emily feels more confident and starts using her new skills at school, leading to better social interactions and blossoming friendships.

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ABA impact: Real life success stories

Get a glimpse at the impact of ABA on our client’s lives, with
these genuine success stories shared by our proud team.

*All names have been changed to ensure client confidentiality.

"All year, Sophia* has been working towards integrating into the gen-ed class at school and the hard work has paid off! Next week, after spring break, she will be fully integrating all day!
But that’s not all. Sophia’s school goes on regular trips to the swimming pool and we have been working hard on swimming independently in a community pool (as opposed to at water parks, where Sophie is more confident). Yesterday she swam in the pool independently for the first time while telling herself she could do it and earned a strawberry ice cream afterward to celebrate!"

RBT - Indiana

“I’ve been working with Mia* for a year and a half. Mia had a good start to many skills but her challenging behaviors were getting in the way of her ability to be successful in a daycare environment. She often became upset and refused to follow instructions, even for activities she enjoyed. She would spend a lot of her day having tantrums and resist doing things she was asked, which made it difficult for her to interact with other children or make progress academically. After eighteen months of hard work from her whole team at Step Ahead, she was able to decrease challenging behaviors to near zero levels, successfully transition into a Kindergarten setting and make friends without requiring prompting. Mia did so well that we were able to completely transition her out of our services and she is now an independently successful Kindergartener!”

Regional Director - Indiana

“Liam* has made so much progress in his communication! When I first started he was only using physical gestures to express his needs. He is now independently using 2+ word requests in every session! His parents have also reported that he is using verbal requests independently, outside of session as well. I am so proud of Liam and how much progress he has made!”

RBT - North Carolina

“I’ve been working on eating a wider variety of foods with my kiddo, Logan, tolerating new foods and being okay with alternatives if a preferred food is not available. In the past, his caregivers dealt with tantrums that were hours long and Logan would refuse to eat if a preferred food wasn't available. The other day, when Logan asked for fries, his caregiver did an AMAZING job confidently offering alternatives- "You can have salad or rice". Logan chose rice and ate all of what was served to him!
Recently, he’ll even prepare non-preferred food items that we’ve been working on, so when I arrive he can show them to me. He points to it and says "Eat! Good!" while giving me a thumbs up.”

Lead RBT - Nebraska

“We’ve been working with Ava* for 3 months now and at my parent meeting last week, Mom and Dad stated that they are so happy with our services and the progress Ava has made. When we first started, she had little functional communication skills and she now asks to be played with, requests to stop an activity, and asks for more time! Ava’s parents are so happy with her progress that they want her sibling to receive in-home therapy too.”

BCBA - Oklahoma

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