high quality

In- Home & Center-Based Therapy

for children with Autism and developmental delays

Mission Statement

ABS exists to provide high-quality, evidence-based practices for children with developmental delays in their home environment. We strive for a cooperative partnership between the home, school, and community. Our services are predicated on the study of Applied Behavior Analysis. Our goal is to help children move beyond labels and into futures that include meaningful social relationships, academic success, appropriate behaviors, and effective communication.

Who we are

ABS was established to provide high-quality in-home therapy for children with Autism and developmental delays in Maryland. The two Board Certified Behavior Analysts, who have a combined twenty years of experience, began the company in order to deliver ABA services to the masses. It is anticipated that reforms to the Autism legislation will allow them to accomplish this goal. Using their accumulated knowledge and skills, ABS hopes to help children and families affected by Autism and other developmental delays.

Individual Bios

Kimberly Courrau, M.S., BCBA, LBA

Executive Director/Co-Founder

is a bilingual Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who began working with children and adults with developmental disabilities in 2010 as an in-home behavior therapist. She received her undergraduate education at the University of Florida and has a Master degree from Florida International University. Kimberly obtained clinical experience at Miami Cerebral Palsy Residential Services, Inc. as well as Kennedy Krieger Institute’s Neurobehavioral Unit. Throughout her career, Kimberly has strived to help children with Autism and other developmental disabilities move beyond labels and into bright futures.

Adikie Mosby, M.Ed., BCBA, LBA

Clinical Director/Co-Founder

is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) who began working with children with Autism in the year 2000 as an ABA therapist. She received her BS and Master of Education degrees from the University of Maryland-College Park. In 2005, Adikie moved to North Carolina and began her 7 year teaching career as a special education teacher in both public and private settings.  She utilized evidence-based practices such as, applied behavior analysis when educating her students. She received her BCBA certification in January 2012. Adikie is passionate about using her skills as an analyst to help children with autism and other developmental delays to move beyond labels and into bright futures.