Home-Based ABA Therapy
Home-Based Therapy is for children who are ready to work on new skills in their home and community environments. After an individualized assessment with a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), we will tailor a treatment plan to fit your child’s needs and your family’s schedule. Your child will work one on one with a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) in the comfort and convenience of your home throughout the week. The BCBA will provide continuous training to the RBT and parents will participate in parent training on a recurring basis to learn the strategies and skills being worked on with your child so you can use these ABA techniques outside of sessions.
Clinic-Based ABA Therapy
Our Clinic-Based services are for children of any age who require a specialized therapeutic environment. This is also for children who benefit from collaborative therapy with our sister company The Therapy Spot for joint Speech, Occupational Therapy, or Physical Therapy. These services are typically partially clinic-based and home-based with the goal of generalizing therapy into the home and community setting.
Early STEPS is a full-day or half-day ABA program for children as young as 18 months up to 5 years of age. These children have the opportunity to work with a comprehensive therapy team to reach their child’s early childhood goals in our state-of-the-art clinic. Our cross-trained team will create an individualized ABA treatment plan to help prepare your young child for social interaction opportunities, group activities, and independent learning. Your child will have the opportunity to socialize with other children, receive Speech, Occupational Therapy, and Physical Therapy as needed and receive both individualized and small group ABA in order to prepare them for their first formal education experience.
Social STEPS focuses on developing Social Skills. Children who are enrolled in-home or clinic-based ABA will work on social goals as a part of their larger ABA Treatment Plan. Those who seek exclusively Social Skills Groups will have a skills assessment with a BCBA and then attend weekly groups with peers. Groups are structured and run in a predictable format with ample opportunities for practice to foster self-awareness and self-esteem. Accompanying Parent Training groups will meet to help you support your child in applying their newly learned skills outside of sessions.
Our BCBAs are available to provide parent training and ongoing supervision to our talented Registered Behavior Technicians via Telehealth. This allows parents to meet with their child’s behavior analysts at a flexible time convenient to their work schedule and allows the team to stay connected and in communication.