Virtual ABA Therapy Services

Providing ABA services via Telehealth

Experience the journey of growth with 24/7 DCT Online ABA Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy. At 24/7 DCT, our team comprises skilled and licensed therapists ready to guide you through accessible and expert ABA Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy online. Our commitment is to foster positive changes in behavior. Experience progress that fits into your lifestyle, and join us in creating positive behavioral transformations. Step confidently into a brighter future with the support and guidance of 24/7 DCT Online ABA Therapy.

What is ABA Therapy?

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy strives to enhance the learning, communication, and social skills of individuals, both children and adults, diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). ASD Autism Spectrum Disorder, characterized by challenges in social interactions and repetitive or restricted behaviors and interests, is a developmental disability affecting individuals’ daily functioning.

Children with ASD Autism Spectrum Disorder often display delayed language skills, motor abilities, and learning capacities, among other distinctive traits. Research indicates that ABA Applied Behavior Analysis treatment can be instrumental in alleviating the interpersonal skills of individuals with ASD Autism Spectrum Disorder, facilitating improved adaptation to societal norms, and enhancing their ability to navigate the complexities of the world. The goal of ABA Applied Behavior Analysis therapy is to bring about meaningful behavioral changes that positively impact the lives of individuals with ASD Autism Spectrum Disorder.

What is Virtual Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy used for?


Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

ABA Applied Behavior Analysis is widely recognized as an effective intervention for individuals with ASD Autism Spectrum Disorder. It helps improve social skills, communication, and adaptive behaviors and reduces challenging behaviors associated with autism.

Behavioral Challenges

ABA Applied Behavior Analysis is applied to address challenging behaviors across different populations. This may include aggression, self-injury, non-compliance, or other behaviors that interfere with daily functioning.

Language Development

ABA Applied Behavior Analysis therapy promotes language development, especially using techniques like Verbal Behavior (VB). It helps individuals learn and use language functionally, enhancing communication skills.

Academic Skills

ABA Applied Behavior Analysis can teach academic skills, such as reading, writing, and mathematics. It breaks down complex skills into manageable steps, facilitating the learning process.

Parent and Caregiver Training

ABA Applied Behavior Analysis often involves training parents and caregivers on effective strategies to support and reinforce desired behaviors at home. This promotes consistency and generalization of skills across different environments.

Social Skills Training

ABA Applied Behavior Analysis interventions, including Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT), focus on improving social skills, fostering interactions, and enhancing social communication in individuals with ASD and other social difficulties.

Self-Help Skills

ABA Applied Behavior Analysis is applied to teach and reinforce self-help skills, promoting independence in activities of daily living such as dressing, grooming, and hygiene.

Job and Vocational Skills

For individuals with developmental disabilities, ABA Applied Behavior Analysis can be utilized to teach job-related skills, vocational training, and workplace behaviors to enhance employability.

Problematic Behaviors

ABA Applied Behavior Analysis effectively identifies and addresses the underlying causes of challenging behaviors. Through behavior analysis and modification techniques, it aims to reduce or eliminate behaviors that may be harmful or disruptive.

Generalization of Skills

ABA Applied Behavior Analysis therapy emphasizes generalizing learned skills across different settings and situations, ensuring individuals can apply what they have learned in real-life contexts.

Our dedicated therapists, including Spanish therapists, provide personalized support tailored to your needs. Book your session today for ABA therapy.

What is an example of Virtual (ABA) Applied Behavior Analysis Treatment?

Indeed, let’s consider an example of ABA treatment applied to children and adults focusing on a common goal: improving time management skills.


Time Management Skills Training for Children and Adults


Our licensed therapist conducts virtual assessments to identify specific time management deficits in children and adults. This may involve observation, interviews, and using self-report measures for adults.

Goal Setting

Collaborating with parents for children and directly with adults, the ABA team sets specific and measurable goals related to time management. Goals include establishing routines, breaking tasks into manageable steps, and using visual schedules.

Online (ABA) Applied Behavior Analysis Techniques

For Children

Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT): Sessions involve breaking down time-related tasks into smaller steps and providing systematic reinforcement for completing each step.
Token Economy: A token system is implemented where children earn tokens for managing their time effectively, leading to rewards or privileges.

For Adults

Task Analysis: The therapist helps adults break down complex tasks into smaller, manageable steps, facilitating better time management.
Self-Monitoring: Adults are taught to use self-monitoring techniques, such as keeping a time log or using apps, to track and manage their time effectively.

Virtual Sessions

Both children and adults participate in virtual sessions. Sessions may include modeling effective time management, role-playing scenarios, and practicing time-related tasks in a controlled environment.

Parent/Caregiver or Self-Advocate Involvement

For children, parents actively participate in implementing strategies at home via online sessions. For adults, the focus may be on self-advocacy and independent application of time management techniques.

Utilization of Technology

Technology tools are integrated into sessions for both age groups. Children might use visual timer apps or interactive schedules, while adults may explore productivity apps or time management tools suitable for their needs.

Reinforcement System

Positive reinforcement strategies are implemented for both children and adults. Rewards, praise, or privileges motivate and reinforce successful time management behaviors.

Data Collection and Monitoring

ABA therapists use data collection methods to monitor progress in both children and adults. This may involve tracking the completion of tasks, adherence to schedules, and self-monitoring data for adults.

Generalization Activities

The therapist guides children and adults in generalizing time management skills to various settings, ensuring that the skills apply at home, school, work, and other environments.

Ongoing Support

Regular check-ins are conducted with parents for children and directly with adults to discuss progress, address challenges, and adjust the intervention plan as needed. Ongoing support and resources are provided to both groups.

This example demonstrates how ABA treatment can be tailored to address a specific skill—time management—across different age groups, fostering independence and improved functioning in daily life.

How do you get 24/7 DCT Online ABA Therapy?

Implementing online Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy through 24/7 DCT’s involves creating a structured and supportive virtual environment for online sessions with our therapists. This process begins with a thorough virtual assessment conducted in collaboration with a licensed ABA therapist from 24/7 DCT to identify target behaviors and establish clear, measurable goals. Caregivers can actively participate in and contribute to the online sessions, utilizing digital tools like visual schedules or charts to aid in task completion.

Through the online platform, caregivers receive guidance on employing techniques like Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT), where skills are systematically broken down into manageable steps with repetition and systematic reinforcement. Positive reinforcement, such as virtual praise, tokens, or rewards, is crucial for motivating and reinforcing desired behaviors during the online sessions.

Consistency is emphasized, with caregivers instructed to maintain a predictable virtual environment, providing clear expectations and immediate reinforcement during the online sessions. Regular data collection is facilitated through the online platform, allowing for continuous progress monitoring and adjustments to the intervention plan as needed.

Caregiver training is a fundamental component, empowering parents or family members to actively engage and collaborate with our therapists, effectively implementing ABA strategies within the virtual home setting through accessible online resources provided by 24/7 DCT Online ABA Therapy. By integrating ABA principles into the virtual daily routine, caregivers can create a supportive online atmosphere that fosters skill development and positive behavior during the online sessions.

What are the types of ABA Therapy?

There are various types of ABA therapy:

  • Discrete Trial Teaching (DTT) – focuses on skill mastery through systematic, one-on-one teaching. This method involves breaking down skills into manageable steps and utilizing techniques such as changing, shaping, and fading. The approach requires repeated trials and a structured reinforcement system. Continuous monitoring ensures progress; the ultimate goal is to generalize learned behaviors to less structured, natural environments.
  • Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT) – capitalizes on natural teaching opportunities to improve language, reduce disruptive behaviors, and enhance various skills. By targeting key behaviors that influence a broad range of other behaviors, PRT aims to bring about positive changes in communication, play, and social behaviors. Essential focus areas include motivation, child self-initiations, self-management, and responsiveness to multiple cues.
  • Verbal Behavior (VB) – therapy aims to motivate language learning by establishing connections between words and their meanings. This approach emphasizes teaching the functional use of words, enabling individuals to communicate effectively and express themselves meaningfully.
  • Training and Education of Autistic and Related Communication Handicapped Children (TEACCH) – approach centers on individualized programs based on the person’s skills, interests, and needs. Structured activities, such as matching pictures or letters, promote functional communication, vocational and independence training, community-based instructions, and leisure and social skills.
  • Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) – is specifically designed for preschoolers aged 2 to 6 with autism, EIBI breaks down behaviors into sub-categories. Through repetitions, positive reinforcements, and the gradual reduction of prompts, this home-based program systematically fosters skill development, ultimately removing prompts from the child’s program.

How does online ABA Therapy work?

24/7 DCT Online ABA Therapy operates on the foundational principles of learning and behavior, with a focus on reinforcing desired social behaviors in learners, especially those with autism. The process is structured into several stages, all tailored to meet the specific needs of the individual in a virtual setting.

In the initial stage, consultation and assessment are conducted through virtual interactions with caregivers, particularly parents for children with autism. The online therapist gains insights into the learner’s strengths, challenges, and social skills through observations and discussions, adapting to the virtual environment.

Moving to the planning phase, the therapist, in collaboration with caregivers, develops a personalized ABA therapy plan. This plan sets specific goals to address disruptive social behaviors and encourage healthier interactions, taking into account the individual’s age, learning style, and communication abilities in the online context.

Active involvement of caregivers is crucial, and in the third stage, they are trained through online sessions to reinforce desired behaviors and respond effectively to positive and challenging social behaviors outside of scheduled online therapy sessions.

The fourth stage involves continuous online evaluations and adjustments to the therapy plan. The online therapist monitors the learner’s responses, making necessary modifications to ensure the online intervention remains effective and aligned with the individual’s progress. Through these online stages, 24/7 DCT Online ABA Therapy provides a flexible and adaptive approach to enhancing social behaviors and improving overall well-being for individuals with autism in the virtual realm.

What are the benefits of Virtual ABA Therapy?

The benefits of getting online Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy in 24/7 DCT includes

Behavior Reduction

ABA sessions effectively diminish undesirable behaviors, providing individuals with alternative, more adaptive ways to respond to various situations. This reduction in challenging behaviors contributes to a more positive and harmonious daily life.

Enhanced Motivation

ABA interventions focus on increasing motivation levels, fostering a heightened interest and engagement in learning. By incorporating motivating elements into sessions, individuals are more inclined to participate actively, leading to more effective skill acquisition.

Promotion of Learning

ABA therapy is rooted in principles of online learning theory, emphasizing structured, systematic teaching methods. This promotes effective learning by breaking down complex skills into manageable components, facilitating a more comprehensive understanding and retention of new concepts.

Generalization of Skills

A significant benefit of ABA is its emphasis on generalizing learned skills to various settings and situations. This ensures that individuals can apply acquired skills beyond the online therapy sessions, enhancing their adaptability and independence in real-life scenarios.

Social Interaction and Skill Development

ABA sessions actively encourage social interaction, fostering the development of crucial social skills. Through targeted interventions like Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT), individuals learn to engage with others, improve communication, and navigate social situations more effectively.

Functional Communication

ABA therapy strongly emphasizes promoting practical communication skills. Individuals are taught to express their needs and wants and communicate effectively in different contexts, enhancing their ability to connect with others and navigate social environments.

How to schedule an appointment in a 24/7 DCT for Online ABA Therapy?

To schedule an ABA therapy appointment at 24/7 DCT, you can fill out our user-friendly Online Appointment Form with your preferred date and time.

For direct assistance, connect with us via the Call Us option. Our online staff is ready to assist you in navigating the scheduling process and addressing any inquiries.

By choosing 24/7 DCT ABA Therapy, you are initiating a positive change in your life. Our evidence-based interventions and continuous support empower individuals to develop essential skills, enhance social interactions, and achieve meaningful behavioral improvements. Start your journey with us and unlock the potential for a brighter, more fulfilling future through 24/7 DCT online platform. Book your appointment today.