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Home-based ABA programmes

Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) is proven to be effective in bringing about meaningful and purposeful change in behaviour for people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), ADHD and other behavioural needs. An ABA Consultant and a team of ABA Therapists work in family homes, education settings and within the community, implementing strategies to bring about meaningful change in an individual’s behaviour.

Our Approach

Person-centred ABA programmes

Each individual is unique, which is why our ABA programmes are developed on an individualised basis by an experienced MSc/BCBA Senior ABA Consultant to bring about meaningful change in behaviour


Grounded in foundations of ABA

All programmes are outcome-focused and data-driven, built on objective data collection which guides decisions on reducing negative behaviours and teaching replacement adaptive skills.

Flexible & collaborative

Our multidisciplinary team employ a collaborative approach and recognise the multiple stakeholders involved in each individual’s life. We involve family, relatives and other professionals in all we do to ensure a consistent and cohesive approach is applied.


Clinical excellence

We aim for the highest ethical standards in all that we do. From science to practice, our team of Behaviour Analysts uphold the highest standards of professional and ethical compliance.

How it works

Our home-based ABA programmes (available in London, Manchester and the South West) have full oversight by a Senior ABA Consultant and are implemented by an ABA Consultant and a team of ABA Therapists. ABA Consultants develop the individualised ABA programme based on information gathered in the assessment phase, and continually analyse data collected by the ABA Therapist to monitor progress against identified skills and behaviours to ensure goals are met.

Assessment and programme design
Using information gathered during the assessment stage, a Senior ABA Consultant creates an ABA programme carefully tailored to the individual.
Programme delivery
ABA Therapists implement the ABA programme in the family home, education settings and in the community. Sessions are typically between 3-5 hours long, and a minimum of 15 hours a week for clinical effectiveness and consistency. ABA Therapists record data through an app on a secure smartphone on behaviours and skills identified in the assessment stage.
Data analysis and reviewing progress
Throughout the programme, the ABA Consultant monitors data collected by the ABA Therapist. The ABA Consultant reports on data analysis, ensures goals are met and continues to refine the programme over time. The Senior ABA Consultant has full oversight of the programme, and works closely with the ABA Consultant for clinical guidance. Senior ABA Consultants meet up with parents every quarter for a strategic review of progress.
Peer support and personal development
Between sessions, parents/carers have full access to a specially created ABA eLearning library to supplement their learning and knowledge of the principles of ABA and associated strategies, as well as peer-to-peer support forums.


The assessment is a one off fee and the first step to begin an ABA home-based programme. The assessment fee includes:
  • Assessment by a BCBA Senior ABA Consultant
  • ABA programme design by the Senior ABA Consultant (Behaviour Support Plan & Personalised Plan)
Programme setup
The programme setup is a one off fee at the beginning of an ABA home-based programme. An ABA Consultant comes into your home to implement and test the Behaviour Support Plan and Personalised Plan as designed from the assessment. They will also train the team of assigned ABA Therapists and ensure relationships have been established between the team, the individual and their support network.
ABA clinical sessions
Clinical sessions are costed at a comprehensive hourly rates which includes:
  • Clinical programme oversight by a BCBA/MSc qualified ABA Supervisor
    • Typically, a supervisor will attend at least one session per week as well as having full oversight of real-time data, and be in regular contact with the BST team
  • Programme implementation by a fully vetted and quality assured BST
  • Analysis of data by the ABA Supervisor to review progress and measure against goals, report writing and maintaining accurate records to CQC quality standards
  • Attendance to meetings with the individual’s family and any third parties involved in care provision
  • All staff training and development
  • Travel expenses and reasonable travel time
Additional programme costs
  • Multi-site assessment: We conduct assessments across contexts to see the individual in different environments which includes at school, at home and in the community. By conducting observations across contexts, we get a clearer picture of how the young person learns, communicates and interacts with their environments
  • Travel expenses and travel time for journey’s further than a regular commute
  • Reimbursement for third party costs such as tickets for activities and individualised learning resources (to be agreed in advance)
  • Respite care outside of standard programme delivery (supplied on application)
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    Getting started

    1. Make an enquiry

      Send us your details via the contact form on our website. You will receive an email with a referral form, price list, brochure and FAQs within approximately one working day. Don’t forget to check your junk mail if you haven’t received the email.

    2. Referral form completion and consultation

      The referral form provides the clinical team with useful information about the individual such as their current education setup and their communication methods. Once completed and returned, a member of the clinical team will be in touch to have an initial conversation with you and set up a time to conduct the Assessment. You can call the office during this time to check the progress of your application.

    3. Assessment

      A senior member of the clinical team will visit your family home to begin the Assessment which will include observations of your child. Information gathered during this process forms the basis of the ABA programme to be implemented.

    4. Programme commence

      Once the Assessment is complete and the ABA programme design and agreed on by all parties, the most appropriate team will be assigned to the individual and the programme will begin.

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