Parents and Caregivers

We get it. You want quality therapy from reliable, trained professionals.


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Whether this is your first experience with ABA and Speech therapy, or whether you feel like you’ve had a revolving door in your home, you want a team who can help your learner meet his or her potential.

Here are some ways we do just that:

  • From your first call, we spend time educating you about the ABA and Speech therapy services that you’re interested in.
  • We provide clear timelines and expectations right from the beginning, so that we’re all on the same page.
  • Our teams include a high level of clinical support, and each of our clients is assigned a Clinical Manager in addition to their home team.
  • Intake appointments are conducted by our senior staff members.
  • To set goals for your learner, we consider not only our clinical judgment, but also what’s most important to you.
  • Our therapists are professional, friendly, reliable, and skilled.
  • Your Clinical Manager will check in to make sure everything is going smoothly.

Here are some of the things parents ask us most often:

A. We’re so glad you’ve asked.

Research shows that early and intensive intervention points to a better outcome. So first: Get as much intervention as you can. If you’re interested in or receiving Early Intervention, did you know you can supplement with ABA and Speech therapy as well? Learn more about these services in The Learning Center.


A. ABA stands for Applied Behavior Analysis, which in short is the the science of behavior when applied to socially significant settings. What does it mean for you? It makes taking big tasks and breaking them down into manageable teaching steps. It means engineering the environment for your learner’s success. It means making data-driven decisions, rather than relying on subjective opinions about your learner’s progress. You can get more information in our Learning Center.


A. At ABLG, we help families walk through the insurance process from first call through to the first therapist placed in the home. Just give us a call to find out if your insurance company has the ABA benefit.


A. If you live in New Jersey, Autism New Jersey is an excellent centralized resource. Autism Speaks has a website full of information and resources. Autism Family Services of NJ provides services and resources for families as well. NJABA is New Jersey’s central place for all things related to behavior analysis. Finally, the BACB is the organization that certifies behavior analysts and also includes information about behavior analysis.


Yes! We offer a Parent Coaching Bootcamp which may be funded by your insurance plan ~ call 973-423-2254 to learn more.

We understand that many families today have two working parents, and we do our very best to ensure that our parents receive tons of time to collaborate with their Team Leader to provide consistency when we’re not there. After all, we can be the best therapists in the world ~ but if the most important people aren’t on the same page, no progress will be made. And those people are YOU.

We also provide monthly team meetings for each of our programs, so that you and your team can brainstorm, troubleshoot, have a working clinic ~ whatever needs to get done to ensure consistency.

All of our families are encouraged to take advantage of their team leader’s presence in their home, to participate in sessions, and to be intimately familiar with the skills their learner is acquiring.


A. ABLG provides a high quality, highly-supervised ABA programs and Speech Therapy. When you start therapy at home, we send a trained therapist who has been interviewed by our Clinical Managers and who has plenty of prior experience. All programs are overseen by an ABLG Team Leader, usually a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, who designs the programs and provides ongoing training to the ABA therapist. Each home program is also assigned to a Clinical Manager, who is a very experienced BCBA and who ensures the quality of the program.


A. Our programs are highly supervised. We have an established clinical model and we know what we are doing. We implement policies and procedures that protect our staff and our families; and we provide a level of quality assurance that our families love. Check out some of the people who love working with us.