School-Based ABA Therapy
School-based ABA is a type of therapy that is typically provided in the classroom. This approach is beneficial because it provides the opportunity for the individual receiving therapy to participate in a normal school environment – often with their peers or siblings – while receiving the support they need to effectively participate in classroom-based instruction.
Under this traditional school-based service delivery model, each child receives one-on-one support from a Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) in the classroom. Additional support is provided by the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) professional who designs each child’s customized program, monitors program delivery and tracks progress toward established goals.