ABA Therapy in the Comfort of Your Child’s Home

Home-Based ABA Therapy Services

Our Registered Behavior Technicians are available to provide one-on-one treatment to your child in the comfort of your home. Our team will assess your child’s needs to determine the best plan for them.

Benefits of Home-Based Therapy:

While center-based services provide easy access to the Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), home-based services provide easy access to caregivers which allows for the smooth transition of services from the behavior analysts to the caregivers as they become more empowered to support their child. Home-based services also allow staff to implement treatment in the exact setting where the behavior will take place. For instance, teaching a child to use the toilet is most effective when taught in the natural environment instead of outside the home.

We know that as a caregiver of a child on the autism spectrum, you need a partner that you can count on. We provide collaborative ABA therapy that focuses on support and guidance for all members of your family and we are dedicated to providing those services in the environment that best suits each child’s needs. It’s conveniently located in your home and doesn’t require your child to transition between locations or settings

Benefits of Home-Based Therapy:

  • It’s conveniently located in your home and doesn’t require your child to transition between locations or settings
  • Children have access to siblings, parents, and other family members as part of their ABA program
  • Children are able to learn self-help skills in their natural environment
  • Additional caregiver involvement

Preparing for Home-Based ABA Therapy

Home-Based ABA therapy can be convenient but it’s important your home is prepared properly to enable the ABA therapist to provide the best care possible.

Dedicated Space

It is best to designate a room or specific space in your home to ABA therapy sessions that is free of distractions. For example, a space without a TV or other electronic devices. It is best to utilize the same space for every session to promote consistency and allow your child to feel comfortable within that space. You can discuss which areas would work best with your Board Certified Behavior Analyst when they first arrive in your home.


It is recommended that your child has a child-sized table and chairs to ensure a comfortable learning environment. It is imperative to have materials that are developmentally appropriate. Your ABA therapist may utilize sensory tools, preferred reinforcers, puzzles, or other toys during therapy sessions. It is best for these to be put away so your child cannot access them at other times. These should remain specific to therapy so they do not become overused or less efficient in future sessions.

Help Us Decrease Distractions

Caregivers, parents, and siblings can go about their normal routines in the home. It’s not necessary for everyone to be quietly sitting in separate rooms until therapy is over. We encourage parents to observe and participate in ABA therapy and your Board Certified Behavior Analyst will review expectations with you.

Be Available

You do not need to be physically present in the same room while your ABA therapist and child are in a session. However, we are not babysitters. There must always be a responsible adult present in the home and available in case we would like to bring you into the session.

If you’re looking for ABA therapy for your child, but are not sure if Home-Based therapy is the best option, our specialists are here to help.

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