Our Services How Our Autism Therapy Services Work


How Our Autism Therapy Services Work

Another pillar of service we stand behind is our commitment to remaining transparent in communicating with you. We’ll never spring anything on you or keep you in the dark about how your child progresses through their treatment plan.

Whatever your child needs, we’ll tailor their learning plan specific to them and keep you in the loop. You’ll receive updates from your child’s Behavior Technician during and after each therapy session and from your child’s Behavior Specialist and BCBA weekly.

Here’s what you can expect before, during, and after in-home ABA therapy services with us.


  • Fill out the contact form on our contact page.
  • You’ll receive an intake form within 24 hours.
  • After submitting the intake form, you’ll receive a new client questionnaire within 24 hours.
  • Once you complete the questionnaire, we’ll schedule an intake appointment within the following one to two weeks.
  • In-home ABA therapy services begin within four to eight weeks following your intake appointment.


  • You’ll get to meet with your son or daughter’s amazing ABA therapy team and collaborate with the clinicians to establish valuable rapport, a therapy schedule and structure, address concerns, and set boundaries.
  • Throughout your child’s treatment plan, you’ll learn how to recognize and respond to interfering behaviors and build and strengthen their communication, play, social, and executive functioning skills.
  • Your child’s autism therapy plan includes one-on-one attention for six hours per day, five days per week Monday through Friday. This is the best course of action to ensure your child’s success.


  • Once your child has completed their autism therapy services program with us, you’ll have the confidence and understanding to help them appropriately communicate their needs and wants effectively.
  • If needed, we’ll help facilitate the transition of services to your child’s school by collaborating with them. We’ll gladly attend your son or daughter’s IEP meeting to help you clearly communicate their needs.