In-Home & Community ABA Therapy
Keeping your family’s routines in mind
Care Close to Home
Our Home & Community Services occur in your child’s familiar surroundings, with a behavior technician (BT) providing one-on-one support for a set number of hours each week. This gives you tailored care at home and in your community, concentrating on the skills that matter most to you and your family.
From the beginning, we’re your partner in treatment.
Our at-home ABA therapy uses everyday activities to help your child develop skills. A board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) will study your home setting and your family’s dynamics. Your daily routines and interactions will shape your child’s treatment plan. During this process, you can discuss your child’s needs and your family’s goals. Keeping these in mind, we break down tasks into small objectives for your child. Then, under a BCBA’s supervision, our highly trained behavior technicians (BTs) provide care in your home.
Typically, at-home skills focus on practical daily living aspects, such as grooming, toilet training, and eating. With in-home ABA therapy, your child benefits from being in a familiar setting.
We’ll give you the tools, training, and confidence to help your child continue to achieve their goals, even when we’re not present.
In the Community
We know real life is beyond your doorstep. When ready, we can extend therapy into the community.
Each child with autism is unique, so we tailor a plan to fit your needs. Community outings involve practicing social skills learned during in-home ABA therapy in public places.
Your child and behavior technician (BT) will visit locations like libraries or parks. They’ll practice age-appropriate daily activities, such as waiting in line or ordering at a restaurant.
We focus on functional skills for successful outings and practice social and physical awareness and safety. We’ll customize activities based on your family values, boosting your child’s self-confidence.
Our expert team teaches practical skills your child needs for success. We’ll focus on your family’s goals and involve you in creating your child’s treatment plan. We’ll support you and give you the tools you need to face life with autism.