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At Invo Behavior and Therapy Services, we specialize in ABA, speech, occupational, physical, feeding and social skills therapy in home and center-based settings designed to treat the whole child. We work with children with autism and other developmental delays from birth through 21. Our collaborative inter-disciplinary team of professionals strategically work to help your child meet milestones and continue to deliver positive outcomes. From our first conversation with the family to the kickoff of the customized care plan, our approach integrates technology and collaborative communication between our team and the family. **Accepting Medicaid and most commercial insurance plans including Tri-Care, Cigna, Aetna, Florida Blue, and United Healthcare.
Brittani Argott, Director
Brittani Argott, Director received her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and Elementary Education from William Paterson University and her Master’s degree in Special Education with a concentration in Behavior Analysis from Caldwell University. She started her career as a Special Education teacher in a self-contained classroom for children with autism and other disabilities in New Jersey. When she received her Board Certified Behavior Analysis (BCBA) certification she developed an ABA program within a public school district in New Jersey. Four years ago Brittani and her family moved to Florida where she continued to consult in public schools and began her path into providing ABA services in families homes. A little over 2 years ago Brittani created the community based ABA program for INVO Behavior and Therapy Services across the state of Florida. She is currently INVO’s Director of ABA services for the State of Florida as well as beginning INVO’s community services in the states of Georgia and North Carolina. Brittani’s passion is to provide quality ABA services to families to ensure their children meet their full potential and supporting staff to continue on their path to becoming amazing and ethical RBTs, BCaBAs, and BCBAs.
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