Agapi Behavioral Consultants, Inc.
- 7 McKenna Commons Court, Greenville, SC 29615
- Telephone: 864-509-1555
Conveniently located in Greenville, SC, AGAPI Behavorial Consultants is an An ABA provider committed to providing high-quality therapeutic services for children with autism in their homes and communities. Agapi was founded under the principle that children with autism can reach their maximum potential through strategically designed therapeutic interventions.
Our programs are designed to serve children and adults with Autism, and their families. Agapi serves individuals from 18 months to 21 years of age. Our treatment is based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).
Agapi uses positive reinforcement to teach individuals how to succeed. We appreciate the challenges families of children with autism endure while meeting the critical behavioral, social, and educational needs that are unique to children with autism and related disorders.
Parents are an integral part of the treatment team, and Agapi works with parents and family members to identify treatment goals and design practical programs that work toward those goals.
Agapi is a team of ABA Professionals that strives to meet the unique needs of children with autism and related disorders. Agapi is owned and operated by professionals dedicated to research-based interventions for children with autism.
Agapi became an Autism Service Provider in the Summer of 2015. Our facilities are located in Greenville, SC.
Agapi provides services for children in Greenville County, Oconee County, Pickens County, Anderson County, Spartanburg County, Laurens County, Cherokee County, Beaufort County, Jasper County, Hampton County, and Union County.
Agapi is currently accepting PDD state funded, PDD waiver, Medicaid plan and private pay.
Social Skill and Family Trainings
In HomeTrained ABA therapist will come to each child's home and provide one on one therapy in home. Agapi will provide home based services to assist with a balance in home for families through intervention as well as linking in home services to educational goals and interventions.