ABA Therapy is Our Foundation
Therapy is more accepted and effective when working with your child in a familiar setting – Your Home.
Our holistic and collaborative approach involves parental input every step of the way and helps us design the most effective program for each child.
Flexible and Practical
ABA Therapy can go wherever you and your child go – places like the doctor’s office, the park, the zoo, or the grocery store. Our clinical team develops goals that can help your child learn important skills for real-life success in any setting or situation.
Therapy in your home eliminates stressful transitions to offices or clinics, maximizing your child’s time for learning.
When ABA Therapy is in the home, you have full visibility of your child’s treatment. Sessions do not take place behind a closed clinic door. You can increase your involvement in the process by observing sessions and participating in all therapy activities.
Home-based ABA therapy allows important people in your child’s life, such as siblings, aunts, uncles, grandparents, and cousins, to join. Involving others in ABA therapy can help strengthen relationships between your child and family. Your child can practice skills with the people they spend the most time with.
By participating in therapy, you and your family can develop skills to better help your child. You can also observe strengths and skills your child has learned to hold them to their full potential.
Sibling relationships can be difficult to develop for any family, and even more so for families with children with Autism. Often children with autism may lack the skills needed to connect with siblings in a positive way. In-home ABA therapy prioritizes sibling involvement in treatment to develop meaningful connections. Goals are developed so your child is actively working towards skills to develop a lasting relationship with their sibling.
We deliver personalized care in your home, which provides comfort and familiarity for your child and allows the whole family to be a part of the therapy process.
Natural Environment Independence
Home is your family’s base location. Therapy focuses on the important home environment and branches outwards, rather than prioritizing other settings. Your child and family learn how to handle challenges and celebrate successes in the setting where they are the most.
Home-based therapy allows your child to practice daily routines that may be stressful or difficult – such as morning and nighttime routines. In-home therapy allows for practice using your child’s actual items including toothbrushes, cups, and dining room table, leading to faster learning.
Your child can learn their bathroom routine in your home faster when it is taught in your bathroom. Cups and spoons are easier to find when they are taught in your home with your cabinets and drawers. Home is the perfect place to increase independence and self-care.
Self-care and adaptive skills are not the only focus of in-home ABA therapy. Sessions also include time for working on communication, social skills, sitting, and flexibility.
Important skills such as answering and asking questions, communicating information appropriately, labeling items they see, and holding conversations are taught through an individualized treatment plan.