The ACES Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention Program (EIBI) serves children with Autism and other Developmental Disorders and is based in the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). Program implementation is provided through a transdisciplinary team adhering to the principle of evidence-based decision making and best practice procedures with instructional teams led by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and a Connecticut state-certified Special Education Teacher.

ACES EIBI uses a highly structured approach to teaching based on well-studied principals of human learning and designed primarily for young children (ranging from three to 12 years of age) whose clinical diagnoses fall along the autism spectrum and/or who present significant behavioral challenges. This science-based, comprehensive approach is supported by decades of research showing substantial success with children with Autism and other Developmental Disorders. Instructional teams within the program work with parents, families, and districts in providing the ACES EIBI students the best hope of developing to their fullest potential.