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ABA Therapy at InBloom Autism Services

When looking for resources for their children, parents and caregivers are often left scratching their heads, wondering what the next step is. Generally, if you’ve observed any signs that may potentially point to autism in your child, the next step is to schedule a diagnostic evaluation. We’re proud to offer diagnostic evaluations in select service areas to help families jumpstart their path to treatment. Should a diagnosis lead to treatment including ABA therapy for autism, InBloom Autism Services is conveniently located in 7 states with multiple locations to serve your family’s needs.

Play is an important part of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapies.
ABA Explained

What is ABA Treatment and Therapy?

Everyone learns differently, and we all have our own goals. This is part of what makes Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy so effective!

Our clinicians continually collect and analyze data about your child’s behavior to create individualized treatment plans with the goal of increasing helpful behaviors and skills, and decreasing not-so-helpful behaviors––those which pose a safety risk or interfere with learning and independence. Having access to real-time data allows the clinical team to adapt treatment plans to meet your child’s needs as they continue to grow and make progress.

ABA treatment services and therapy at InBloom are based heavily on naturalistic teaching methods. It might look like we’re just playing and having a blast (and we are), but our talented clinicians work in countless learning opportunities throughout the context of play and other preferred activities. During therapy sessions, your child will work on a variety of different skills such as communication, social, play, and much, much more!

View a more comprehensive list of skills we work on below.

Play is an important part of Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapies.
Skills we work on.

How can Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) Therapy help?

Expressive and Receptive Language skills are considered in the autism therapy treatment plans at InBloom.

Expressive & Receptive Language

Any form of communication sent out by an individual is Expressive Language. And, Receptive Language is how we intake or understand that communication.

While examples of Expressive Language include exchanging pictures or using a communication device, examples of Receptive Language include following directions, identifying items, or understanding actions.

Behavior Reduction at InBloom Autism Services helps by identifying unwanted or negative behaviors and reducing frequency by replacing these with positive behavior reinforecment.

Behavior Reduction

Once we determine the purpose behind a targeted behavior, our clinicians teach children functional communication or another appropriate behavior as a substitute. Then, behavior reduction for undesirable behaviors naturally occurs. To accomplish this, our InBloom Autism Services Clinical Team provides individualized positive reinforcement-based treatment plans specific to each child.

Functional Communication skills at InBloom Autism Services include requesting access to an item or activity, asking for help or a break, and requesting attention.

Functional Communication

Teaching alternative behaviors and methods of communicating to replace undesired behaviors is part of important therapy at InBloom Autism Services. Thus, children get their needs met in an appropriate manner. Basic examples of Functional Communication skills include requesting access to an item or activity, asking for help or a break, and requesting attention.

InBloom Austism Services ABA Therapy increases children's focus and motivation so they can complete tasks. We prioritize work on prerequisite skills needed for success in a classroom setting.

Academic Readiness

Some children have a tough time focusing on learning new skills. So, InBloom Autism Services ABA therapy and treatments are designed to increase focus and motivation. So kiddos can complete tasks. This way, we prioritize work on the prerequisite skills needed for success in a classroom setting.

At InBloom, kiddos have the advantage of working on social and group skills with peers at the same developmental levels.

Social and Group Skills

There are so many social and group skills to work on, and so many ways to work on them! First, initiating and maintaining communication is the goal. Second, comes turn taking, problem solving, sportsmanship, following the rules of a game, cooperative play, and working towards a common goal. And, at InBloom, kiddos have the advantage of working on these skills with peers around the same developmental levels.

Toilet Training and Daily Life Skills can be fun to learn at InBloom Autism Services!

Toilet Training & Daily Living Skills

Many kiddos have a difficult time with potty training. So, we turn up the excitement and have a party in the bathroom to make the process fun! Further, InBloom’s Clinician Team work on potty training in a variety of ways, including visual aids, stories, and positive reinforcement.

And, it doesn’t stop there! Our clinicians take a similar approach to teaching kiddos how to wash hands, get dressed, brush their teeth, and many other skills that help build independence.

Children progress more rapidly toward goals when parents are actively involved in their therapy. We love to help families and caregivers!

Caregiver Training

Children progress more rapidly toward goals when parents are involved in their therapy. For that reason, caregiver ABA coaching is done directly with your BCBA and allows parents to continue making progress at home. We love our families and the connection we create together!

What You Can Expect

Is ABA Autism Therapy right for my child?

Research has shown that our minds are most impressionable between the ages of 1 and 5. For this reason, early intervention (obtaining ABA therapy for autism at an early age) is key in ensuring your child is given the tools needed to develop meaningful skills that will prepare them for the classroom and every-day life. Our Care Team takes pride in walking each family through the ABA treatment process so that parents and caregivers can feel at ease knowing that they have a strong network of support dedicated to the growth and success of their kiddo.

Though each family comes to us at different points in their journey, here is a timeline of notable milestones you can expect to reach between your first conversation with us and the start of your child’s services.

Each child has their own individual and unique journey through autism therapy.
Each child has their own individual and unique journey through autism therapy.

How do I know if we qualify for Autism services or therapy?

Is your child between the ages of 1 and 5?
Does your child currently have a diagnosis for Autism?
Are you looking for center-based ABA Therapy services?

If so, call our Care Team today!
What You Can Expect

What can I expect from ABA treatment?

ABA Therapy for autism is a marathon, not a sprint. Therefore, consistency is key in maximizing each child’s success.

After assessing your child’s skills and needs, our clinicians develop a treatment plan typically ranging from 20 to 40 hours of care per week in a learning center. Once therapy begins, your kiddo’s network of support balloons in size, and most critical to their development is the relationship between their biggest advocates: you and their ABA team! See below for more information on how everyone can work together to best support your kiddo!

Autism treatment and therapy plans are personalized by InBloom's care team.
Autism treatment and therapy plans are personalized by InBloom's care team.
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What does getting started in ABA autism therapy and services look like?


Initial Contact

Connect with our Care Team by phone or by filling out our contact form.


Talk with Our Care Team

During our first call, we’ll ask about your child’s age, any challenging behaviors, and verifying if your family has received an official diagnosis for ASD.


We Handle the Hard Stuff

Send us your insurance information & diagnostic evaluation support, and we’ll confirm that ABA therapy is covered by your insurance plan.


Meet Your Local Team

Your local InBloom team will send an introductory email and work with you to schedule an assessment.


After the Assessment

Within a week of assessing your child’s skills and behaviors, the BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst aka the senior clinician on your child’s care team) will review the prescribed treatment plan with you.


Starting Services

Once you have signed the treatment plan, our team will submit it to your insurance. It can take several weeks, but once the plan has been approved, your local team will reach out to schedule the start of your kiddo’s care!

Documents requested and steps may vary by region.

Ready for the next step in your unique Autism Therapy journey? Talk with our care team!

We’d love to chat! Here are some things we may ask about:

Whether your child has an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) diagnosis.
Your child’s age and challenging behaviors.
Skills you may want your child to work on.

Can’t chat today? Fill out our contact form here!

Get Focused Teamwork.

Caregivers are an essential part of our team.

Board Certified Behavior Analysts


BCBAs (Board Certified Behavior Analysts) create the treatment plan which is then put into practice by RBTs (Registered Behavior Technician), so having a transparent, open line of communication with your BCBA is vital to your kiddo’s progress. Your BCBA also facilitates Caregiver Training sessions; structured one-on-one time for discussing your kiddo’s goals and development as well as practicing skills and techniques that will allow you and your family to continue making progress at home and in the community.

Registered Behavior Technician


Your RBTs are the ones who will be working directly with your kiddo and providing the treatment as outlined by the plan set by your BCBA. RBTs provide you with feedback and updates after each session, so be sure to continually discuss any improvements or challenges with them and the BCBA so the team can have all of the necessary information when considering the ABA Therapy treatment plan that will best suit your child’s needs.

Anyone Providing Care


We ask that all caregivers remain engaged in their child’s course of therapy, as your involvement is crucial to their progress. Ultimately, the clinical team’s goal is to see that your child meets their goals and is able to utilize the skills in-center, at home, and across all other environments. Aside from ongoing Caregiver Training sessions, keeping in communication with your RBTs and BCBA about successes, challenges, and general observations greatly boosts the efficacy of your kiddo’s ABA Therapy.