1. No Waitlist
For many families, in-person ABA is not an option due to lack of clinicians in their area and/or long waitlists preventing them from starting immediately. We currently have no waitlist and can bring families from assessment to therapy in 3-6 weeks.
2. Expert Care
One of the biggest benefits of our therapy is that we only work with clinicians who have a Master’s degree or PhD. We feel that by pairing our families with a dedicated, expert-level clinician, our clients can build more high-touch, consistent relationships.
For context, in most in-person ABA models, a client typically works with a Registered Behavior Technician (or RBT) for most of their therapy sessions, and only checks in with the expert-level clinician every couple weeks. The qualifications for an RBT are a high school education and one 40-hour training course, and their turnover rates can be up to 75%.
Because we are completely virtual, we are able to offer flexibility in scheduling. Generally, our clients receive 5 or more hours of therapy per week, including direct sessions (client and BCBA) and Caregiver support sessions. Many of our clinicians are available in the evenings and on Saturdays.