Home-based ABA – Early Intervention (EI) is a type of therapy that focuses on improving specific behaviors, such as social skills, communication, reading, and academics as well as adaptive learning skills, such as fine motor dexterity, hygiene, grooming, and other domestic capabilities to children ages 2 – 5 years old from the comfort of your home. ABA is effective for children with psychological disorders in a variety of settings, including schools, workplaces, homes, and clinics. It has also been shown that consistent ABA can significantly improve behaviors and skills and decrease the need for special services.
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.
Virtual-Based ABA Therapy
During the COVID-19 public health crisis, many children are not attending class in person. Instead, school is being conducted remotely and kids are “distance learning” at home. Lessons may be conducted by the teacher online or may be assigned and completed independently at home – or some combination of these two approaches.
Virtual-based ABA therapy is for children who need one-on-one behavior therapy and intervention but receive assistance through their participation in distance learning. Our school-based services have been revised to adjust to the current situation and now include a virtual or telehealth-based option.
Community-Based ABA Therapy
Community-based ABA therapy helps address problem areas and develop skills across community settings such as churches, grocery stores, and recreational activities (i.e., Playdates). These programs ensure that the progress each child shows during therapy continues when they’re out in the community.
Parent Training/Family Guidance
Parent training/Family Guidance is a type of therapy intended to provide instruction to a parent, guardian, or other caregivers in the treatment protocols designed to reduce maladaptive behaviors and increase the generalization of acquired skills.
Exciting news to come! Submit a contact form today to be added to our waitlist. We will only be accepting a limited number of students into this program. Space will become available as we expand to other locations across the state and country.