Searching for an ABA Therapy Provider in Albuquerque?

ALC offers a wide range of autism therapy services throughout the greater Albuquerque area including: in-home, center-based, and telehealth ABA therapy. We understand that every child learns differently and each family has a different set of circumstances that may affect treatment. At Autism Learning Collaborative, we offer a wide range of ABA therapy services including: in-home, center-based, in-school, telehealth and social skills services. Our comprehensive therapy programs are designed to help children build important sets of skills in areas such as:
  • Behavior Planning
  • Fine and Gross Motor Skills
  • Language and Communication
  • Play Skills
  • Pre-Academic Skills
  • Self-Help
  • Social Skills
  • And more!
Children learn through play, which is why we include it in our programs. We focus on teaching each child age-appropriate play skills to help them interact with their peers and learn from their environment.
  • Behavior Planning
  • Fine and Gross Motor Skills
  • Language and Communication
  • Play Skills
  • Pre-Academic Skills
  • Self-Help
  • Social Skills
  • And more!
Children learn through play, which is why we include it in our programs. We focus on teaching each child age-appropriate play skills to help them interact with their peers and learn from their environment.

In-Home Services

Our behavioral team will come to your home to implement a tailored program designed specifically to target your child’s needs. A behavioral therapist will work 1:1 with your child for a prescribed number of hours per week to ensure that they are able to exhibit the skills needed in the environment most natural to them. Emphasis on daily and family routines will help to ensure skills are functional.  Autism Learning Collaborative also understands the importance of inclusion into the community. Goals can also be targeted in the community setting (e.g. dining in restaurants, navigating trips to the grocery store, etc).

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Center-Based Services

For early learners requiring more intensive services, our clinics provide a conducive environment to teach fundamental skills without additional variables. These behavioral services are provided 1:1 where your child will learn and practice learning to learn skills needed to thrive such as how to attend and follow instructions, communicate effectively and interact with their peers.

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School-Based Services

For children requiring more support at school, we provide 1:1 services to assist students with their behaviors and maximize their ability to access their school environment. Our board certified behavior analysts also can provide consultation and training as needed to school staff to support your child’s ongoing progress.

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Telehealth Services

Remote services are available for individuals that have the pre-requisite skills needed to thrive using this platform. Direct therapy services can be provided 1:1 via a behavior technician. Parent consultation can also be delivered by a board certified behavior analyst remotely when convenient for the family.

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Social Skills Groups

Developing friendships and being able to share experiences with others is critical to our well-being. Children with autism exhibit difficulty displaying age-appropriate social norms. By fostering and practicing these skills in a safe environment with a small group of their peers, your child will learn to be increasingly confident with maneuvering around their social sphere.

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Meet Our Clinical Director

Taeja Kluge, Clinical Director – Albuquerque, NM

Taeja Kluge is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst overseeing Autism Learning Collaborative in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Taeja received her BA in Psychology and a preliminary secondary education teaching credential from Pepperdine University, her MS in Education from Walden University, and a Graduate Academic Certificate in Behavior Analysis from the University of North Texas. She has been a BCBA since 2013 and has held many roles across her career. Taeja has previously opened offices for ABA agencies to serve new communities in California and since moving to New Mexico, has worked to establish and grow center-based services in effort to ensure families and children with autism are readily able to access services to improve their quality of life. Taeja is passionate about serving the autism community and helping to inspire and mentor others’ skills in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis.

Questions about our autism therapy services in Albuquerque, or ready to schedule a free consultation?