IABA is dedicated to providing services to our clients in the environment in which they can be most successful. For the majority of our young learners, that means in-clinic services. This allows between 20 to 40 hours of one-on-one treatment, which is the only evidence-based practice for children with autism. In-clinic services also allow for socialization with peers.
For older children and adults, we offer home-based services. Our home-based services are customized to each client’s home in order to help them develop new skills in the environment where they spend the most time.
Our highly qualified team works to create the best programming that is customized to each client’s unique skills during home-based sessions.
Home-Based ABA Therapy Services
There are several different approaches our therapists may use with ABA therapy at home, including:
- Naturalistic Instruction
- Precision Teaching
- Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT)
An individualized plan is created for each client that addresses specific needs and ensures the client is advancing and acquiring new skills. We also work to ensure that those skills are transferring over to their home life. If one of our therapists teaches a child a skill that they cannot use with their family at home, then we have not really taught that child that skill.
ABA Therapy Built for Your Family
Families who use our home-based services work with a dedicated and compassionate team whose goal is to help the child become as independent as possible. We schedule sessions around what works best for the family. Session hours are prescribed by the BCBA to make sure that our clients are receiving the proper amount of therapy they need to be successful.
At the end of each in-home session, families hear about the skills their child is working on. At the monthly meetings, families receive a detailed report of their child’s progress so they can clearly see how much their child is learning.