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ABA Software Firm CentralReach Wants To Help People With Cognitive Disabilities Gain Fuller, More Independent Lives
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Nov 8, 2022,12:32pm EST|
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Florida-based CentralReach builds ABA software for clients and educators.
CentralReach has its mission statement modestly emblazoned on the top of its website, fitting into a single sentence. Founded in 2012, the Florida-born company strives to “[provide] the only platform to help children and adults diagnosed with autism and related IDDs [intellectual and developmental disabilities]—and those who serve them—unlock potential, achieve better outcomes, and live more independent lives.”
In more precise terms, what CentralReach does is build software that delivers applied behavior analysis therapies, colloquially known as ABA, to families and educators at home, the workplace, and beyond. The idea is to make ABA and other teaching methodologies for autistic people more accessible by effectively democratizing them—for example, paying out-of-pocket for conventional in-person ABA services can [...]
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