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We aid families who are affected by ASD and other developmental disabilities manage and grow in a positive way.
Our Mission Statement

By utilizing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), we strive to positively make an impact in the local community, serving families affected by ASD and other developmental disorders while remaining up to date with BACB standards for ethical conduct and abiding by these guidelines.

Who We Are

Autism Interacts ABA provides Applied Behavior Analysis services in Florida, focusing on verbal behavior for children 18 months through 8 years who have been diagnosed with autism or other developmental disabilities. Prior to rendering our services, we conduct assessments, utilizing the VB-MAPP or ABLLS to create a comprehensive clinic, home and/or school program to increase and improve functional language and skills, ultimately reducing maladaptive behaviors that are related to the child’s disorder.

These services will be provided by our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BSBA), Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCaBA), and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT). The process includes visits with the family in order to conduct functional behavior assessments (FBA’s), develop behavior plans (BASP), conduct skills assessments, and perform barriers assessment through the VB-MAPP and ABLLS.

Sandra Triglia

Sandra Triglia currently resides in Trinity, FL with her husband, and 3 children. She recently moved to Florida from Long Island, NY and loves the warm, sunny weather.

Sandra has been a practicing Board Certified Behavior Analyst for twelve years and has been in the field of applied behavior analysis for 20 years. She received her Bachelors in Special Education and Elementary Education from St. Joseph’s College, NY and earned her Masters in Reading and Special Education from Long Island University (LIU). After continuing her career as a special education teacher, she decided to return to LIU for her BCBA.

Every child and family has been an inspiration for her to continue to do the best she can to help improve the quality of life of those affected by autism and other developmental disabilities.