Our Story

Built on the foundation of decades of experience in working with individuals on the autism spectrum, Kadiant offers our clients, their families, and our team members the opportunity to shine bright.

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United by a common vision and mission, Kadiant’s nine legacy companies came together to increase access to  Applied Behavior Analysis services across the country.

Our Mission

Kadiant aspires to provide the highest-quality Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy and related critical services to individuals diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Kadiant is its people, and our people are passionate about delivering excellent client services based on the latest research supported interventions. We aspire to be great at what we do, and we love doing it, individually and as a community.

People Centered

We put people first and ensure we understand individual needs by listening, gathering feedback, and incorporating input into action.

Kind

We nurture trust, show empathy and respect, and assume positive intent even in times of disagreement or conflict.

Collaborative

We believe there is no “I” in team and things are better when we work together.

Ethical

We act with integrity and do the right thing even when no one is watching or it is hard to do.

Evidence Based

We seek and use data to make decisions and provide services informed by the latest science and research to deliver the best outcomes. 

Pioneering

We aspire to raise the bar and innovate in everything we do.

Kaizen

We strive to empower everyone on our team to be proactive problem-solvers which means constantly finding ways to do things better.

Why is ABA the right fit for my child with Autism?

Applied Behavior Analysis is recommended by the American Association of Pediatrics as a great service for kids with autism. ABA can teach a variety of skills and positive behaviors including:

ABA can also be implemented to decrease behaviors such as:

  • Tantrums
  • Bed wetting
  • Feeding problems
  • Aggression
  • Self injury