Get to know Strategies Inc. ABA.

Strategies, Inc. is an Applied Behavior Analysis company serving Florida, Georgia, California, and Maryland.

Owned and operated by Cheryl Reiser, MS,BCBA since January of year 2000 when she decided to open her own agency so she could make a larger impact in the special needs community. Since opening in the year 2000, Strategies, Inc. has provided services to over 3000 clients and their families.

Strategies, Inc. believes that each client is capable of making positive changes in their behavior to live a more productive lifestyle. Currently, Strategies, Inc. serves approximately 300 clients and employs over 60 staff members.

What we can do:

  • Assist caregivers with strategies for behavior change
  • Train Parents/Guardians to handle difficult situations
  • Provide resources for additional therapies
  • Create individualized motivational techniques
  • Encourage positive social interaction and add “in home” and out in the community.
  • Teach communication and appropriate social skills.
  • Teach Activities of Daily Living Skills
  • Reduce Problematic and Inappropriate Behaviors.

What ABA services Cannot do:

  • Babysit
  • Respite Care
  • Psychological Counseling
  • Case Management
  • Tutoring or Homework
  • Personal Shopping for client
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Meet The Team

  • Cheryl Reiser

  • Cindy Peggs

    Billing & Payroll Coordinator
  • Tammy Negri

    Chief Behavioral Officer
  • Dr. Jada Tucker

    Lead Clinical Director
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