Our mission is to provide our clients and their families with highly individualized services based on the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis. We strive to deliver effective interventions with compassion, expertise, and professionalism.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the science that is research based, and produces the most effective and widely used interventions for persons with autism. In many states (New Jersey included), ABA has been deemed "medically necessary" for persons with autism.
We realize that there are many providers in New Jersey that offer in-home ABA services, and we understand how difficult it can be to determine which one will be the best fit for you.
All ABA providers will offer intervention packages that target socially-relevant skills in a way that is data-based and systematic. However, the nuances of these intervention packages will differ across providers, sometimes dramatically.
At Rinn ABA Consulting, we believe the most important aspects of a balanced and effective intervention package are:
1. Highly-trained staff that receive ongoing supervision and support.
2. Individualized intervention packages.
3. Clearly written procedures and definitions.
4. An emphasis on the quality of data over its quantity.
5. Efficient and effective collaboration between staff members and clients.
6. Transparency and accountability.
7. Utilization of technology to improve all aspects of autism intervention.
SERVICES WE PROVIDE
Rinn ABA Consulting offers a wide array of ABA services in the home, school, and community settings. If you are interested in receiving a service that does not appear below, please contact us to request it.
Home based services are provided directly in the home and community locations, daily and on weekends. Schedules are individualized to meet the needs of the child and the family.
Early Intervention services for children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) that target skills in the areas of eye contact, imitation, matching, language/communication, play, motor, reinforcer pairing, and problem behavior reduction
ABA intervention packages ("home programs") for children and adolescents with ASD that target skills in the areas of home-living, social, academic, leisure/engagement, vocational, community and hygiene
Parent training services that help parents to implement ABA strategies for any skill or goal and to promote generalization of skills taught by the instructor
Individualized ABA services targeting everyday community skills such as:
Facilitating "play dates" with your child and his/her peers
Participating in classes/lessons (e.g., sports, exercise, music, dance)
Riding in a car or bus
Shopping in a store
Eating in a restaurant
Attending religious services
Attending birthday parties
Visiting friends and relatives
Consultation: Providing effective ABA strategies and training to teachers and support staff
Professional development for school staff and personnel: Providing presentations on ABA, ASD, and behavior management in the classroom
Participation in Child Study Team meetings (e.g., IEP) on behalf of the school district or family
Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA): complete with Functional Analysis, as needed.
We are a team of dedicated ABA service providers practicing in northern New Jersey. Our agency is comprised of board certified behavior analysts (BCBA), special education teachers, and ABA clinicians, all of whom have spent many years working on the cutting-edge of ABA intervention.
We have worked extensively with students with autism, PDD-NOS, Asperger's syndrome, as well as students with ADD/ADHD, ED, ODD, learning disabilities, and other special educational needs.
Ira Rinn, M.A., BCBA
Ira began his career in 2004 at the Institute for Educational Achievement (IEA), a dissemination site of the Princeton Child Development Institute (PCDI).
He went on to obtain an M.A. in Applied Behavior Analysis from Caldwell College in 2009.
Most recently, he worked as a district behaviorist for a large NJ school district in which he designed and oversaw the implementation of interventions for children ages 3 to 17.
Jennifer Rinn, M.S. Ed., BCBA
Jennifer began her career at IEA in 2003. She went on to receive an M.S. in childhood education and special education in 2008, and is a certified special education and elementary education teacher.
She received her board certification in behavior analysis from Penn State University in 2012.
She has recently served as a district behavior consultant for several districts in the Pascack Valley area, providing school based consultation and parent training services.
Our BCBA led team has over 20 years of combined clinical experience in the field of ABA and autism intervention.
Our behavior consultants are masters-level professionals who are currently pursuing or in possession of a BCBA certification, and have extensive experience in ABA and autism intervention.
Behavior consultants are responsible for devising the individualized intervention package, supervising instructor and parent implementation of the interventions, and providing ongoing training and support to the clinical team
Our instructors are highly trained Bachelor's and Master's level
professionals with experience in ABA, autism intervention, childhood education, special education, as well as additional fields of study.
Instructors are responsible for implementing the individualized intervention packages and goal based programs determined by the parents and consultant. Typically, 1-2 instructors are assigned to each home program.