ABA & COVID-19 Protocols

At Rinn ABA, we are working to keep your family safe and your child learning.

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Behavior therapist and supervising BCBA working with child on a puzzle
Young boy using ABA Telehealth

Safety in ABA Therapy: Extra Measures We've Taken

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One Instructor per Household

This minimizes potential spread if someone becomes sick

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BCBA Supervision via Telehealth

Video-based BCBA supervision minimizes the potential for transmission across households

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Face Covering Required for All Non-Vaccinated Adults in the Instruction/Work Area

Face masks or face shields for all non-vaccinated staff and parents in the session/work area minimizes the risk of cross-contamination

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Students Learn to Wear Masks

Our systematic teaching approach helps clients learn to wear masks and tolerate those worn by others

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Materials and Work Area are Sanitized Regularly

Our staff sanitizes materials and the work area throughout each session

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Hand Washing

Therapists, BCBAs, and clients sanitize their hands repeatedly throughout each session and each time there is a cough or sneeze

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Outdoor Locations

Outdoor locations are used as much as possible

Daily Attestation

Staff and parents attest to taking CDC recommended precautions when not in session

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Transparency & Acceptance

If a staff member 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

Download the COVID Protocols PDF or contact us if you have any questions at all about COVID-19 safety measures and ABA services at Rinn ABA.