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Let's Start In-Home ABA

Are you interested in starting an In-Home ABA/VBA program with Reinforcement Unlimited, LLC?

 

If the answer is yes, then here is where you get started with setting up an In-Home ABA/VBA program.

  1. Download and complete the attached Intake Packet for In-Home Services.

  2. Mail, Fax, or bring the completed Intake Packet for In-Home Services to our offices.

  3. Make an intake appointment.

  4. Have an ABLLS-Rô assessment conducted on your child. 

    • We can arrange to perform the ABLLS-Rô or we can accept one that was completed by a competent professional within the past 90 days.

    • Acceptance of an ABLLS-Rô from another professional is subject to our review.

  5. Meet with the BCBA assigned to your family to review the ABLLS-Rô and develop a set of treatment goals for the in-home program.  The BCBA is responsible for all aspects of your child's program professionally and will collaborate with you in its development, training, ongoing monitoring, and revision/updating as necessary.

  6. Arrange times for therapists to come to your home to provide direct services to your child.

 

 

 

 

All consultants and therapists are responsible for their own maintenance of professional standards and adherence to the policies and procedures of the relevant accrediting board, licensure board, professional association, and any governmental regulations relating to the practice of their individual and specific profession(s) and duties.  Each consultant and therapist is also responsible for maintenance of their credentials and any applicable insurance relating to the practice of their profession.  Reinforcement Unlimited, LLC does not directly employ consultants or therapists but acts as a contracting agency with independent professionals and therapists by coordinating scheduling and billing for their services.  All consultants are responsible for all aspects of each client's program, including supervision and quality assurance of therapists.  All Consultants have signed a HIPAA business associate agreement (BAA) under the U.S. Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. The contract protects personal health information (PHI) in accordance with HIPAA guidelines.

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