Our Program set-up services consist of assessment, goal planning, and training activities that will get you ready
for your in-home ABA program. Our standard assessment and goal planning package consists of the
An initial meeting to discuss your child's needs and plan appropriate
2 onsite assessment sessions (at your home or a community
An assessment review meeting
A mini ABA training workshop for your team
Intervention services begin once the program setup activities have been completed. A Board Certified Behavior
Analyst (BCBA) will be assigned to your team to meet with you and conduct the initial assessment activities.
As the assessment is completed 1 or more behavior technicians will be added to the team. The behavior technicians
will provide most of the 1:1 services to your child, under the close direction of the BCBA. For a 10 hour a week
program your BCBA will spend 1-2 hours a week with your child and the behavior technicians making sure that the
programs are running. Your BCBA will also want to meet with you regularly for training and problem solving.
Sessions are typically conducted in your home or in a community setting.
As parents you are essential members of your in-home treatment team. To reach their
potential, children need consistent behavior management and teaching strategies across their day, not just
during ABA sessions. Inconsistencies can confuse children and lead to unnecessary behavior challenges. We expect
you to participate in team meetings and work with our consultants during regular parent training sessions so
that you can help your child to make the most progress and get the most out of the services we provide.
At this time we are only accepting clients with insurance coverage for ABA or service paid via the
school system. If you have full ABA benefits on your insurance plan please contact us for more information.