Welcome to Instructional ABA Consultants

We are glad you found us. Instructional ABA Consultants (IABA) is dedicated to providing first-class therapy to autistic children. We are extremely proud of the fact that all our clients have seen progress because of ABA therapy.

We use several different approaches with ABA therapy, including:

  • Precision Teaching
  • Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT)
  • Naturalistic Instruction

At IABA, we’re in this business for the right reason: to help autistic children. We operate from a place of love and empathy. We believe there’s always a better way and we can all work together to make a difference.

Clients Come First Here

Every one of our clients is unique. So, our highly skilled team works to develop the finest programming based on the unique skills and needs of each client. We take great pride in putting our clients, and their families, first. We foster collaboration in everything we do, incorporating our team, our clients’ families, and any other important professionals who are a part our clients’ lives. Because at IABA, we truly believe that we’re all one family.

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Get Started with ABA

Research has shown that when children are in an environment that has great structure, it can help to improve their skills and help them to develop new ones. It can also promote good behavior. That’s the goal of ABA therapy.

At Instructional ABA Consultants, we provide a stable and structured environment for children. We also provide families the necessary tools to continue that structure at home. Please contact us and let us share what services we can provide for you and your family.

Early Intervention is Key

Numerous studies prove that early intervention allows for the best outcome for autistic children. ABA therapy is incredibly effective and has been recognized by the Surgeon General, the National Academy of Sciences, and the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Autistic children between the ages of 18 months to four years of age have a great chance to decrease the certain characteristics of autism and enhance their skills when they are getting over 20 hours of ABA therapy a week.


There are a lot of insurance questions about ABA therapy, beginning with, “Do I have coverage for ABA?” Understanding your insurance coverage for autism treatment and ABA therapy can be very confusing. Instructional ABA Consultants is here to help.

Our first goal is to help families understand the information they have about their insurance plan’s coverage and benefits so they have a realistic assessment of the specific coverage. We will help you verify existing coverage or help you obtain coverage if you do not have it.

They set-up a plan based off of Max's needs and our concerns with him.

– Griselda Valadez