Hiring a Behavior Analyst To Supervise an In-Home Program
We urge parents to read the consumer guidelines prior to hiring anyone.
Please check the Registry for Certificants in Behavior Analysis at www.bacb.com to verify that a potential consultant is a board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) or board certified associate behavior analyst (BCaBA). This site allows you to search by name or location to find a certified behavior analyst in your area.
Some local private ABA clinics and schools (listed under site-based providers) might provide in-home consulting services as well. Contact them individually to check availability of services. In addition, providers from out-of-town and out-of-state often will provide periodic consulting services to supervise an in-home program, although this is not always optimal if it reduces the intensity and frequency of supervision for your child’s program.
Stephanie Hulshof, M.A., BCBA
Amanda L. Sitomer, M.S., BCBA
Tangible Difference Learning Center
Michael Conteh – BCBA
Address: 7010 Northwest Dr. Suite A104 Houston, TX 77092
Last Updated: 17-Feb-08
Texas Young Autism Project (TYAP)
Texas Resource for Early Autism Treatment (TREAT)
Gerald Harris, Ph.D., BCBA
Address: 3730 Kirby, Suite 540, Houston, TX 77098
Last Updated: January 2010
TYAP also has a Day Treatment Center (Texas Young Autism Day Treatment Center), with the same contact information as above.
There is a parent volunteer who maintains a list of individuals who are interested in serving as therapist/trainers for families who are conducting in-home ABA programs for their children with autism. The individuals on the list have various amounts of training. FEAT-Houston does not screen or endorse any individual who has requested inclusion on this list and we urge families to ask for references and check them. To request a copy of this list or to request inclusion on the list as someone willing to work as a therapist/trainer, please email email@example.com. Your request will be forwarded to the volunteer keeping the list.