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Early Start Program

Our Mission


The purpose of the Early Start Program is to provide ABA services in an age-appropriate environment that will promote independence, create routines that allow for increased learning opportunities as well as develop prosocial behaviors and generalize skills to the home environment.

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Our Philosophy


Our goal is to see our clients grow into happy, contributing members

of society. We believe that parents and families lay the foundation for

their child’s success, and it is primarily the family’s responsibility to

shape their children into the best version of themselves they can be.


We exist to support families in this endeavor by teaching them behavior analytic strategies and addressing individualized needs for each child and family. Combining ABA, parent training, and continuity across environments is foundational for developing a healthy parent/child balance in the home and community.

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Contact Information

Central Texas Behavioral Solutions


Currently offered at our Killeen and Temple locations!



The CTBS Early Start Program serves children diagnosed with Autism and their families, ages 2-6 years and has a caregiver available and willing to participate in parent trainings.

Hours of Service


In the clinic: Monday-Friday 8:00am-2:30pm

Service Options


In the clinic: Mon-Fri
Our program is not a pre-school but is furnished with age-appropriate activities in a size-appropriate environment. Your child will be provided a one-on-one ABA therapist who will follow a structured routine and teach new skills in the clinic.

Parent Involvement:

Scheduled parent trainings are a critical part of our early start program as parents will learn to implement ABA strategies with their child at home.



  • Insurance

  • Diagnosis

  • Copays

  • Agree to participate in the full program, including parent training

  • Child attendance to clinical services 8:00am-2:30pm Monday-Friday

Kids for Peace

“At the end of the day, the most overwhelming key to a child’s success is the positive involvement of parents.”   

Jane D Hull

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