ALDIE, Virginia -- August 1, 2017 -- Bagg Therapy Group has officially launched to serve children in Northern Virginia with ABA and Speech Therapy Services.
Patricia Bagg, Founder CEO of Bagg Therapy Group, says, “Our goal is to combine our creativeness and desire to make a difference with activities that are client-directed to make learning fun and appear effortless. A client's overall program is designed around his or her strengths and areas of concern while incorporating developmental milestones to help reach peak potential.”
Bagg Therapy Group will provide three types of services:
Home-based ABA Therapy;
Home-based Speech Therapy; and
School-based support and contracting.
All treatment programs begin with a 60-minute intake session which includes building rapport and may include assessments to address a client's areas of strengths and concerns for Speech and Language Therapy and/or ABA Therapy.
In addition to officially opening its doors to clients, Bagg Therapy Group is also hiring Board Certified Behavior Analysts and Registered Behavior Technicians. “If you’re a BCBA, RBT or ABA therapist and live or work in Northern Virginia, we would love to speak to you!”
About Bagg Therapy Group
Patricia Bagg is the Founder, CEO and Chief Therapist of Bagg Therapy Group. She has worked with individuals ranging from 5 to 21 years of age in a variety of settings: public school, private non-profit special education day schools, and home-based. Tricia has experience working with individuals with: Autism; developmental delays; behavioral issues; various speech and language concerns; and various related disorders.
Tricia is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and Licensed Behavior Analyst (LBA) in Virginia. She also holds her American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) Certification of Clinical Competence and Maryland and Virginia Speech Language Pathology Licenses. Starting in 2017, she began serving on the Disability Services Board in Loudoun County, which serves as a resource to the Board of Supervisors and county staff by identifying and advising on issues of importance to people with disabilities, their families and caregivers. She is interested in working with all individuals to achieve their highest personal and academic potential in behavior, language, and communication.
Patricia Bagg - 908-216-2593 - firstname.lastname@example.org