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Has your child’s preschool or child care said you need additional help that they cannot provide?
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Therapy for children with language and social delay. Our method combines in a theoretically coherent and playful approach the most effective strategies from ABA, ABA-VB, ESDM (Early Start Denver Model) and EMT (Enhanced Milieu Teaching).


For children with Autism and ADHD aged 7 or older. To be active and included in their communities is not the result of therapy but its most important component.
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Providing evidence-based practices



These problems are the most common type of developmental delay. They sound similar, but they’re different types of issues. Speech means the sounds that come out of a person’s mouth. Children who have a speech delay may stutter or have trouble saying words the right way.Read more


Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a complex developmental disability; signs typically appear during early childhood and affect a person’s ability to communicate and interact with others. ASD is a “spectrum condition” that affects individuals differently and to varying degrees.Read more


ADHD is the most commonly diagnosed mental disorder of children. Children with ADHD may be hyperactive and unable control their impulses. Or they may have trouble paying attention. These behaviors interfere with school and home life.Read more


Dyslexia is a learning disorder that involves difficulty reading due to problems identifying speech sounds and learning how they relate to letters and words (decoding). Also called reading disability, dyslexia affects areas of the brain that process language.Read more


Academic concerns, which might include issues such as learningdifficulties or disabilities, underachievement, lack of attention from teachers, and bullying, affect a number of students throughout their academic careers, from elementary school to college.Read more


Challenging behavior is any behavior that interferes with a child’s learning, engagement, and social interactions with her peers or adults. Many practitioners understand that challenging behavior. Challenging behavior can make it difficult for children to learn well and has negative short-term and long-term effects. Read more




We use the current best evidence from systematic research to make clinical decisions about each client’s treatment. This assures that we only deliver treatments that have been proved effective and safe.


We are the only provider in Jakarta certified by the International Board of Behavior Analysis. Clients that access our services can be sure that they are receiving a treatment in line with the best international practice.


Our interventions address all developmental areas from communication to play, from social interaction to motor skills, from self care and independent to academics. We do not leave anything behind.


Every child is unique and required a unique intervention. Effective interventions are based on the child’s individual profile of weaknesses and strengths and the specific characteristics of his environment. Our curriculum has been devised based on years of clinical practice with the most recognized curricula in the field (VB-MAPP, ABLLS-R, ESDM and PEAK).


We offer evidence-based naturalistic developmental–behavioral interventions that incorporate elements of both developmental interventions (such as ESDM and EMT) and applied behavior analysis (ABA).


ABA therapy is endorsed by:

We offer a range of services individualized to each client’s need:
Comprehensive Therapy
Comprehensive Therapy involves treatment across multiple affected developmental domains, such as cognitive, communicative, social, emotional, and adaptive functioning. Maladaptive behaviors, such as noncompliance, tantrums, and stereotypy are also typically the focus of treatment.
Initially treatment typically involves 1:1 staffing and gradually includes small-group formats as appropriate.

Treatment components generally include the following areas:
• adaptive and self-care skills
• attending and social referencing
• cognitive functioning
• community participation
• coping and tolerance skills
• emotional development
• family relationships
• language and communication
• play and leisure skills
• pre-academic skills
• reduction of interfering or inappropriate behaviors
• safety skills
• self-advocacy and independence
• self-management
• social relationships
• vocational skills

Play Group
Play is the most important way to learn for children. It also happens to be their most favorite activity!

Through play and its infinite possibilities, children learn the world: accepting and negotiating rules, following and leading, taking turns, assuming social roles, compete or cooperate for a common goal.

Children are matched by age and developmental level in small groups (max 5 participants) with high children/therapist ratio.

We follow the principles of the Group-Based Denver Model and implement a social skills curriculum composed of 40 individual skills, ranging from basic social skills (e.g. handling items to peer, taking for turn, attending simple instructions in a group, etc.) to  advance (e.g. giving direction to peers in a cooperative activity, engaging in make-believe activity with peers etc.).

Parent Training
We provide individual training for parents who have children with Autism, ADHD, or other developmental delays. Training for parents is provided by professionals who are highly experienced. Training topic depends on the specific needs of clients, which include:

  • manage and reduce problematic behavior (tantrum, hyperactivity, attention deficit, aggression, self-injury, noncompliance, sleeping and eating problems, etc.)​ 
  • effective way to teach speech and communication​
  • teach daily living skills (take care of themselves, road safety, learning to use the toilet, etc.)​

The training is carried out by experienced and qualified professionals with one or both parents and children and involves the direct model of teaching procedures to be used with children.

We believe that parents involvement in the treatment and education of their children is very important and can greatly improve the quality of life of children and families.

Child Psychological Consultation
Intensive and persistent psychological and behavioral problems during childhood are not only emotionally painful for you and your child, they are associated in the long term with deficits in speech and language, health and safety hazards, poor social inclusion. 

Our team of child psychologists can help. We have extensive experience in the application of the most effective clinical interventions today available. With the practical help of our psychologist, you can provide to your child with the psychological wellbeing that it is so important during his development. 

We have clinical experience and extreme high success rates on problems such as:

  • Intense crying
  • hyperactivity, 
  • eating problems (refusal or selectivity),
  • attention deficit,
  • noncompliance,
  • aggressive behaviors,
  • self injury 

…and many other severe problem behaviors. 

Do not hesitate to Contact us for more information.

Progress Evaluation

Whatever intervention your child is receiving, evaluate regularly your child’s progress is essential. We offer objective and accurate evaluation of your child progress using some of the most reliable instruments available today

You can benefit from our evaluation service if:

  •  Your therapist/school/clinic does not provide you with regular objective evaluation of progress
  • Your therapist/school/clinic tends to define progress in very vague terms such as less hyperactive, more focus and similar
  • You struggle to see result of treatment in daily life or changes are minimal
  • You are attempting interventions with no or very limited scientific support (such as sensory integration, biomedical interventions, etc.)

Make sure you are spending your money and your child’s time at the best, contact us now to book an appointment.

Yayasan Baik, it’s time to learn and achieve!

Diagnostic Assessment
A comprehensive diagnostic assessment will give a clinical interpretation of the behavioral difficulties presented by the child and provide recommendation on best treatment.
Short-Term Intensive Program for Specific Issues
Intensive, short-term programs to address your child’s specific issues such as fear of dental visits, fear of medical procedures, toilet training, eating problem, fear of haircuts, nail clipping, etc. The behavior analyst will work with you and your child in achieving success in these specific areas, and can even work with your child in settings such as the dentist’s office, hair salon, etc.
School Shadowing and Transition to Mainstream
Inclusion in Mainstream education is the most important goal in most of our intervention. A child that is able to attend independently and successfully mainstream education, will likely be a successful and independent adult. Read more..
100Make Progress
75Average Skills Increment in 6 months
100Develop functional communication within one year
90Reduction of challenging behavior



The following testimonials are from real clients that receive services from us. However we have a commitment to protecting the confidentiality and privacy of our clients and therefore we do not publically disclose their identity. Upon request Joyin will proudly provide you with reference contacts.