WHY ‘ALL BETTER TOGETHER’?
We diligently promote parent participation and the involvement of other family members, caregivers, teachers, and service providers throughout your child’s unique applied behavior analysis (ABA) treatment plan. We emphasize parent training and ongoing support to the people who influence our clients’ lives every day.
REAL WORLD RESULTS
We aren’t just interested in seeing results when working with your child from across a table. At All Better Together we’re always thinking ahead to the next step, teaching skills in a way that will transfer to daily life. Our team designs a plan for your child that connects all the work we do. The techniques of ABA allow us to build skills step by step, not being satisfied until real world applications have been achieved.
Like you, we set our sights on your child’s future and teach the skills necessary to prepare her or him for a life of independence, quality relationships, and the responsibilities that come with it. While we recognize that not everyone’s full potential will include a 9-5 job and living on one’s own, we promote autonomy and teach skills that will ensure quality interactions with family, friends, school, and the community at large to the furthest extent that their potential can take them.
We have some of the best. Attracting and retaining motivated and talented staff is the key ingredient for achieving great success in your child. With our employee-centric approach, we invest in our clinicians so they can focus their talents on your child. We provide top pay by limiting unnecessary overhead costs, easy to manage schedules, and policies to promote healthy work-life balance and job satisfaction.
ABOUT THE FOUNDER
Tony Alberding found his way to the field of ABA in 2001, when an unexpected opportunity during his undergraduate years at Purdue University led to an extraordinary experience working with a child with autism. A career in ABA soon followed, and since then, he’s been committed to serving the community through behavioral science. He works with children, their families, and schools, primarily working one on one with children diagnosed with autism and other developmental disabilities.
In 2010, after previously obtaining his Master’s degree, Tony became a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). He has developed a reputation for his no-nonsense style that achieves positive results and exceeds expectations, all of which are centered around meeting families’ goals while firmly adhering to techniques with proven effectiveness (in other words, best practices based on empirically supported peer-reviewed research).
When not out convincing folks that the world can be saved through ABA, you can find Tony in some remote area of California or beyond, exploring the country on his motorcycle; either cruising down some scenic curvy back road or kicking up dust on a long forgotten dirt trail in the middle of nowhere.