Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) and Intensive Behavior Intervention (IBI) - Serving Ages 3 to 14
The Victory Center Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) and Language and Behavior Programs

The Victory Center provides education and services to individuals and families with autism and similar disabilities.  Our program is unique for its 1:1 and 2:1 student-teacher ratio. Comprehensive individualized  and science-based treatment is provided so that every individual can develop to his/her fullest potential academically, socially, and emotionally through academic, transitional, and community outreach  services.

The programs offer state-of-the-art intensive and comprehensive treatment that is highly structured and based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. The Victory Center is staffed by qualified professionals in the areas of behavior analysis, education, and other related  services.

Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) for Children Ages 3 to 8 years

The focus of EIBI is to teach basic learning and language skills to children ages 3 to 8 through assessing individual student needs, developing optimal individualized instructional programming, and implementing empirically-validated techniques derived from the Principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA).

Teaching targets include adaptive behaviors across the domains of receptive language, expressive language, and socialization.

The goal of the social and language rich environment is to foster and maximize young children’s skills and learning at a critical stage in their development.

Intensive Behavior Intervention (IBI) for Children Ages 8 to 14 years
  • 1:1 and 2:1 instruction focuses on further fostering basic learning and language skills through individualized instructional programming.
  • Teaching targets include adaptive behaviors across the domains of verbal behavior/advanced communication, socialization, and independence in daily living skills.
  • The program consists of a visually supported environment where students can increase their functional communication skills through the use of PECS, Sign Language and/or Vocal Speech.
  • This program includes behavior intervention plans for those students with compliance difficulties and/ or maladaptive behaviors.
Some of the services offered within the EIBI/IBI Programs include:
  • VB-MAPP Assessments and Programming
  • Functional Behavioral Assessments
  • Behavior Intervention Plan Creation, Implementation and Monitoring
  • Discrete Trial Training
  • Incidental Teaching
  • Verbal Operant/Mand training
  • Natural Language Training
  • Video-modeling
  • Sign Language Training
  • Picture-based Communication Training (e.g., ProloQuo2Go)
  • Picture-schedules Training
  • Daily Living Skills Training
  • Toilet Training
  • Parent Training
Sports and Fitness

Sports and Fitness is an integral part of The Victory Center curriculum. Physical fitness is provided 2 times per week all year round. Activities include swimming, tennis, bicycling, running, and basketball. Eligible students also train and participate annually in the Special Olympics.

Our Mission Statement
The mission of the Victory Center, Inc. is to provide outstanding evidence based educational services to individuals with autism and related disabilities in a caring and nurturing environment to help them achieve their fullest potential.
We are proud to be supported by:
Gordon & Doner
BNY Mellon
Morgan Keegan
Wolpe & Leibowitz
Grayline Construction
Wells Fargo