All Better Together

The All Better Together logo is a circle of varying shades of blue and gray, it is made of connected people side by side. This logo illustrates our belief that when families and clinicians work together, applied behavior analysis (ABA) can make life better for children with autism.

About Us

All Better Together is a state-of-the art applied behavior analysis (ABA) provider in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay area.

We work in our clients' homes, schools, and community settings to provide: 

  • comprehensive 1:1 ABA programs for children with autism or other developmental disabilities;
  • focused support programs; and 
  • training and consultation services.

We accept insurance, and are in network with several carriers.

Exclusively ABA

We’re passionate about ABA and its effectiveness for the children we serve.  There aren’t any shortcuts to success, and we aren’t satisfied until real world applications are achieved by our clients.  It’s not just about seeing results from across a table, it’s about teaching skills in ways that will transfer to daily life.

Commitment to Clients

We design treatment plans to meet our clients’ needs – at home, at school, and in the community. Through the assessment process, we identify your child’s strengths, skill deficits, and any challenging behaviors. Then, we tailor a treatment plan addressing those issues.

Commitment to Families

For us, it’s not just about our clients. It’s about their families, too.  Children are most successful when all the influential adults in their world are part of the process. Our highly trained clinical staff provide ongoing parent training and support for the people who impact our clients’ lives so they can feel confident implementing proven ABA strategies at home, at school, and on the go.

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Business Office
1990 N. California Blvd., 8th Floor
94596 Walnut Creek , CA
Fri, May 15, 2020: 2:21 pm
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