How In-Home ABA Therapy Helps Your Child
Both ABA clinic-based therapy and in-home ABA therapy work with your child to build skills and develop positive routines. In-home therapy helps your child implement those skills in the context of daily life, with the exact settings and structures your child experiences every day.
Children with autism often learn best in a familiar, comfortable environment. That’s why in-home aba therapy is a key part of the treatment plan for many children and families. Our skilled team of therapy providers can help your child develop skills-based routines like:
- Brushing teeth
- Practicing self-care and hygiene
- Having dinner at the table
- Interacting with siblings
- Communicating effectively with family members
- Getting ready for bed
In all of these situations, your child will be able to learn skills in your home setting that can then be generalized to other environments.