Home Services

The main goal of an ABA home program is to do the bulk of it during the early intervention years to teach the child the skills that they need to learn from the natural environment; so that they can eventually learn in the same placements (e.g., classroom) as their peers. However, sometimes children who receive ABA for early intervention still require ongoing therapy after the age of 6. Studies have shown that doing more early means less therapy, services, and money needed for that individual over their lifetime. Don’t be discouraged if your child is older than 6. ABA can be beneficial to children and adults of any age.

Home Based Services

  • The Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS-R)
  • Develop and Supervise individualized, intensive home programs
  • Therapist Training
  • Provide Intensive One-to-One Therapy
  • Functional Behavior Assessment
  • Behavior Intervention Plan(s)
  • Parent and Family Support and Education
  • Toilet Training Consultation and Supervision
  • Existing Home Programs Evaluations


  • Candy, M's Mom

    "Finding Kate and ABA was like finding the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow for our family! Our five year old son's behavior had become so unmanageable that we had even stopped going to church for fear of him hitting other children. Within just a short time with Kate he had experienced so much improvement that out neurologist thought we had finally put him on medication. We told him about ABA and he asked for Kate's card in order to refer other patients to her! We couldn't be happier with the leaps and bounds our little boy has made. Though he still struggles with academics, I can honestly say if given a choice between improvements in behavior or school work, I would choose his happiness and peace every time."