Channel ABA


Frequently Asked

Navigating the world of ABA therapy and treatments can be complicated. If you are enrolling your child in autism therapy, then keep reading to get your questions answered about ABA treatments. 

What is ABA Therapy?

ABA therapy, or Applied Behavior Analysis therapy, is a scientifically validated approach to understanding and improving behavior. It focuses on applying interventions based on the principles of learning theory to enhance socially significant behaviors. ABA therapy is widely recognized as an effective treatment for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD), targeting behaviors such as communication, social skills, and daily living skills.

What is the role of a BCBA in ABA therapy?

Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) play a pivotal role in ABA therapy. These highly trained practitioners assess, design, and oversee behavior intervention plans tailored to each child’s individual needs. 

BCBAs collaborate with families, teachers, and other professionals to implement and monitor the effectiveness of ABA treatments, ensuring that the therapy is personalized and goal-oriented!

Does my child need an ASD diagnosis to receive Autism Therapy?

While a diagnosis of ASD is common for those undergoing autism therapy, it is not always a strict requirement. Many ABA programs can benefit children with other developmental challenges or behavioral issues. A qualified professional, such as an ABA therapist or BCBA, will conduct assessments to determine if ABA therapy is suitable for your child, irrespective of an ASD diagnosis. Note that you should also check in with your insurance provider to see which requirements your child with autism needs to fulfill to receive coverage.

What is In- home ABA Therapy?

In home ABA therapy brings the benefits of ABA interventions directly to the comfort of your child’s home. This personalized approach allows ABA therapists to work in the child’s natural environment, tailoring in-home ABA therapy interventions to their unique needs and addressing challenges that may arise at home. 

What is a School ABA Consultation?

School ABA consultations involve collaboration between ABA professionals, such as BCBAs, and educational institutions to support children with autism in the classroom. These ABA consultations may include training for teachers and support staff, development of behavior plans, and assessments to enhance the educational experience of children with autism. 

How does Channel ABA support parents and families?

At Channel ABA we aim to empower parents and families by providing accessible and comprehensive information about ABA therapy. Through parent training we empower you to be an active part of the ABA therapy process, setting realistic expectations, and fostering collaboration with ABA therapists.Don’t see your question about ABA therapy listed? Reach out to us directly to chat with an ABA therapist about our services and the power of ABA therapy interventions.

How Can Channel ABA Help?

Stationed within prime areas of Maryland, our professional ABA therapists provide tailored treatment to families who otherwise would not have convenient accessibility to high-quality services.


Montgomery county and surrounding areas

In-Home, School &
Community Locations

Therapy within the comfort
of each client’s home


Custom-designed to individual needs of each child


Proficiency of a highly-
experienced clinical team