IN HOME AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS:

Lone Star Day Program provides intensive ABA therapy to clients in their homes, daycares and private schools. All programs are developed and overseen by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and implemented by our Registered Behavior Technicians.

If your child is at home and requires an in-home ABA program, we will work with your family to design a schedule that meets the therapeutic needs of your child and the logistics of your family, and best facilitates the implementation of his/her treatment plan. Treatment plans may focus on increasing social-communication skills, decreasing unwanted behaviors, teaching appropriate replacement behaviors, and increasing independence in daily living skills. If peer interactions are important for your child’s therapeutic goals, we will work with you to explore options such as playdates, group activities, preschools, or center based programs. For home based services, a caregiver (parent, caregiver, etc.) must be present in the home at all times.

If your child is in daycare, preschool, or another private school setting, Lone Star Day Program can work with your family and school to develop an individualized treatment plan based on the needs identified in our assessment.  Plans implemented in these settings may include one-to-one therapy in less distracting settings and/or one-to-one school shadowing within a classroom to develop school readiness and group learning skills.

If you are interested in learning more about our services, please contact us.

OUR PROGRAMS:
Currently, we are offering four Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) programs:

  • The Lone Star Day Program provides a comprehensive program or focused program providing 1:1 intensive ABA treatment 20-40 hours per week.
  • The Lone Star Residential Program is a comprehensive program providing 1:1 intensive ABA treatment 20-56 hours per week focusing on skill acquisition as well as reduction of maladaptive behaviors for individuals living in a residential placement and provides caregiver training.
  • The Lone Star Residential Focus Program provides 1:1 ABA treatment for 10 to 25 hours a week with treatment focused on specific goals usually related to appropriate replacement behaviors and the reduction of severe maladaptive behaviors. Training is also provided for caregivers.
  • The Lone Star Outreach Program provides assessments and behavioral support plans as well as treatment plans for individuals and will provide training to the individual’s family or staff so they may implement the plans. In this program, LSDP will assist with transitions into schools, day programs or back into the family’s home.