About Us

Mission & Vision

At Behaviors, our mission is to work with each child and his or her family members to create the best possible outcome for everyone. We expect to change lives through positive, 1:1 ABA therapy. Our vision is to create happy, highly functioning family units that provide the stability and environment everyone needs to succeed.

Founder / Director Profile

Behaviors was established in 2018 to serve the needs of families with autistic children in New York.

Founder and Director Daniela Climaco is a Licensed, Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who has been passionately working with children on the Autism Spectrum, their families, and communities for over a decade. Daniela attended Columbia University, Teachers College, and received a Master’s Degree in Intellectual Disabilities and Autism. She then completed her Advanced Post-Master’s Behavioral Analysis Degree at Florida Institute of Technology. She is also a certified General and Special Education teacher for Grades, 1-6. Daniela began her studies and passion for working with children on the Autism Spectrum while studying at Binghamton University and working at the Institute for Child Development, graduating with a Bachelor’s Degree in Applied Behavior Analysis. She is dedicated to changing the lives of children and their families with special needs.

What you get with Behaviors

Your child and entire family get extensive experience in social skills development and supervised special needs camps, enrichment classes, and social skills groups. We work with verbal and non-verbal clients ages 3-18, in home, school and community settings. Our passion lies in quality of life development. This includes community skills, activities of daily living skills, language development, improving family dynamics, parent training, training other professionals in the field, conducting, scoring and reporting assessments, writing behavior plans, and systematic curriculum building. Behaviors is dedicated to enhancing and enriching the lives of children with special needs and their families to help them live a more fulfilling life.

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