Back to School Challenges 2020-2021
Providing a Safe
and Structured, School Day
in the Comfort of Your Home
Rinn ABA: In-Home Services
for Children of All Ages
Coronavirus has already made the 2020-2021 school year unlike any other. Every parent is concerned and anxious about what's going to happen when the new school year begins. Unfortunately the classroom brings together many factors that contribute to the spread of COVID-19:
Despite their best efforts, many school systems have been unable to provide answers on how these issues will be addressed.
Back to School?
We know you need answers.
We know your situation requires a personalized solution. Those on the Autism spectrum need 1-on-1 guidance from an Instructor that is there in person to help them meet their unique needs.
By providing a structured environment in your home, we allow your child to continue progressing while affording you peace of mind and your family greater safety.
Not all students will thrive in the
Let us help plan your child's ABA services. Whether you need full or half day in-home ABA services, or an after school program, we can help.
Just complete our brief questionnaire and we will give your child a position on our Preferred Priority List to receive ABA services.
Let us help plan your child's treatment
New Pandemic Safety Protocols Now in Place
Working to Keep
Your Family Safe
and Your Child Learning
The extra safety measures we've taken
One Instructor per Household
This minimizes potential spread if someone
Face Covering Required
for All Adults
Face masks or face shields for all instructors, BCBAs, and parents in the instruction / work area minimize the risk of cross-contamination
BCBA Supervision via Telehealth
Video-based BCBA supervision minimizes the potential
for transmission across households
Students Learn to Wear Masks
Our systematic teaching approach helps students learn to wear masks and tolerate those worn by others
Materials and Work Area
are Sanitized Regularly
Our staff sanitizes materials and the work area throughout each session
Instructors, BCBAs and students sanitize their hands
repeatedly throughout each session
and each time there is a cough or sneeze
Outdoor locations are used
as much as possible
Instructors and parents attest to taking CDC recommended precautions when not in session
Transparency and Acceptance
If an instructor or client lives with a high-risk person such as an ER doctor, nursing home aide or similar, Rinn and the other party must be aware and accepting