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Center-Based ABA

Evoke Behavioral Health provides live video and/or phone interpretation services in over 300 languages via Jeenie, an on-call interpreter service. Click below to learn more.

Center-Based ABA Therapy

Evoke Behavioral Health's Center-Based ABA program serves children in Colorado diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other Developmental Disabilities. The program utilizes the science of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and the power of positive reinforcement to help build important skills and decrease challenging behavior. Within our ABA program, the staff to client ratio is 2:1 up to 1:4, depending on the individualized needs of each child. 

Our ABA programs target specific skills to develop with your child that will serve as building blocks for their success as they age and grow. Communication, learner readiness, self-help, executive functioning, social and play skills are all an integral part of the program and critical for each child's development.   


Evoke's center-based ABA program offers schedules appropriate for each child's individual therapeutic needs and their family's busy schedule. Our center serves school-aged children and all learning areas are grouped by age to allow for age-appropriate socialization. Our Evoke South Campus serves children ages 0-8 and our Evoke North Campus serves children ages 8-18. The Evoke North Campus also includes the Severe Behavior Treatment Program (SBTP). 

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Severe Behavior Treatment Program
At Evoke North

The Severe Behavior Treatment Program (SBTP) is designed for children ages 8-18 diagnosed with I/DD and/or Autism Spectrum Disorder with complex behavioral needs. This program serves those who are at risk of residential or inpatient treatment and those transitioning out of these environments. The SBTP is located at the Evoke North campus in the Highlands Neighborhood of Denver. 

In the SBTP, staffing ratios are 2:1 or 1:1, depending on the needs of the child. We focus first on reducing dangerous or severe challenging behavior and then on teaching the appropriate replacement skills to allow the individuals served to remain safe in their home and community. 

The families of SBTP participants are required to participate in intensive and structured family training to ensure that all effective interventions are truly generalizing to the home environment. The multidisciplinary staff working in this program are specifically trained to manage severe challenging behavior safely, as well as teach the functional and age-appropriate life skills that foster the most independence possible. Participants' community providers (other therapists, respite care workers, teachers, etc.) may also be a part of this training and generalization process. 

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Early Start Autism Program
Early Start Autism Program
At Evoke South

Evoke Behavioral Health's Early Start Autism Program serves children up to 6 years old who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder or a related Developmental Disability. Our ESA Program is play-based and individualized while remaining data-based and effective. Staff ratios are 1:1 throughout the day, and both full-day options and half-day options are available based on the child's specific needs. The ESA Program is located at the Evoke South Campus in the University Hills Neighborhood. 

In our ESA Program, your child will work on the essential skills needed to connect and communicate with those around them. These skills include Functional Communication (using choice boards and picture icons to communicate their needs, responding to his or her name, babbling, words and language development, responding to age-appropriate instructions), Social Skills (learning play routines and expanding interests, sitting in a group for circle time routines, interacting with same-aged peers), and self-regulation (calming and coping strategies, learning appropriate replacement behaviors for challenging behavior, knowing when and how to take a break). 

When parents first hear that their child has been diagnosed with Autism, they may feel lost, confused, relieved, upset, or a combination of all of the above. Evoke Behavioral Health can help parents connect with a support system as well as help families navigate through the endless options of services, insurance, waivers, schools, and the like. Research shows that intensive early intervention services provide the best chance of prolonged success and independence later in life for young children diagnosed with, or at risk of, Autism Spectrum Disorder. We're here to walk you through that process when you're ready. 

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Independent Educational Evaluations

An Independent Educational Evaluation (IEE) is a type of private evaluation conducted by a third-party professional in a child's current educational setting (public school, private school, home school). The state of Colorado defines an IEE as, "an evaluation conducted by a qualified examiner who is not employed by the public agency responsible for the education of the child in question." (34 C.F.R. 300.502(a)(3)(i)). An IEE can be requested by a parent or caregiver at any time to help caregivers know more about their child's needs in an educational setting regarding academics, behavior, social-emotional, cognitive, and sensory needs.

Evoke Behavioral Health's team of Board-Certified Behavior Analysts will conduct a full evaluation that may include (but is not limited to): Observation(s) in the home and school setting, interviews with parents, caregivers, educators, and other service providers, formal assessments, and records reviews of previous or current documentation. The Caregiver requesting the Evaluation will receive a report including a summary of current needs, services, and achievements, as well as recommendations for future success.

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Parent Training
Parent Training

Parenting children with unique needs doesn't come with a handbook! Evoke Behavioral Health offers parent training personalized to your family's needs and values. This course includes (but is not limited to): 

  • Basics of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA): why and how it works.

  • From Hectic House to Happy Home: helping you find long term, effective solutions to challenging behavior in the home setting.

  • To Costco or Not to Costco?: Addressing challenging behaviors in the community, grocery store, doctors' office, and more.

  • Enhance your Environment: free resources, visual guides, charts and graphics that promote independence and communication throughout your child's life.

  • The Village: Helping you identify everything from service providers and educational supports to date-night babysitters and special-needs friendly employers to build your army of resources.

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School-Alternative Program

Evoke Behavioral Health is licensed by the State of Colorado as a Day Treatment Center. This means that we can formally provide your child's educational services in-center, adjacent to their center-based ABA services. Day Treatment enrollment requires that your child's IEP team has determined that a Separate School placement will best fit their needs.


Children who are enrolled in Day Treatment at Evoke Behavioral Health may be placed by their school district if that child is not able to receive the support needed for success within their neighborhood school classroom. We are also able to support and supplement Home Schooling curricula for students who are currently homeschooled. 

We utilize a variety of data-based curricula to create an educational plan that is tailored to fit your child's needs. The academic areas we prioritize include (but are not limited to) functional communication, group participation skills, independent work, math, reading, technology, and problem-solving. 

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School Consultation
School Training & Consultation

Evoke Behavioral Health provides current evidence-based training for Colorado school districts and individual programs within those districts. Our training programs provide a useful toolbox of skills for teachers, administrators, and paraprofessionals who work with complex learners. 


Training services include:  

  • Classroom Behavior Management 

  • Applied Behavior Analysis in a school and group setting 

  • Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA) writing 

  • Behavior Intervention Plan writing 

  • Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) training 

Evoke Behavioral Health also offers services and consultation directly to schools. 


Direct services include: 

  • FBA and Behavior Plan writing, review, and revisions 

  • Individualized Educational Evaluations

  • Individual case consultation with a Board Certified Behavior Analyst

At Evoke Behavioral Health we believe that quality services should be available to people all over Colorado, from Wellington to Trinidad, from the Western Slope to the Eastern Plains, and everywhere in between. One of the best ways to provide these quality services is to work together with each community's school district.

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Apply for Services

Apply for Services

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Our Intake Specialist will be in touch within 24 business hours!

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