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We are continuing to accept new clients at most of our locations.

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In response to COVID-19, we are also offering limited free/ pro bono remote services to families unable to access ABA.


General Information About COVID-19


Bierman ABA has created this COVID-19 resource to provide up-to-date information for our team and families receiving services. Communication is critical at this time and we will update this website whenever new information is available and changes are needed.



FAQs for Bierman ABA Families


When should I reschedule or cancel sessions?
Please cancel services if the child or anyone living in the home is showing symptoms of an illness, from the common cold to the flu. Services should not begin until symptoms of acute respiratory illness (cough, shortness of breath) and/or fever (100.4 ° F or higher with oral thermometer) have occurred for at least 24 hours.


What if some in my home has had contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19?


If someone in your home has been exposed to a person with COVID-19, immediately notify your center. The CDC recommends anyone who has been exposed to a COVID-19 virus should quarantine themselves for a period of two weeks. If someone in your household is self-quarantined, services must be suspended until that quarantine is lifted and all members of the household are symptom-free for the recommended duration.



What can I do to help maintain a safe working environment for Bierman ABA staff?


If you are receiving in-home ABA, please maintain a safe environment by implementing all required disease prevention procedures, including frequent surface sanitation. During this unprecedented time, communication is critical and we request families openly communicate openly with your child's team to address any health-related concerns. Additionally, it is recommended that your child's team members should be allowed to wash their hands regularly when in your home.
In light of the declaration of COVID-19 as a pandemic, we must err on the side of caution and postpone or discontinue sessions if any symptoms are present. Thank you for your understanding, and please do not hesitate to contact us with any questions or concerns.



During this transition time, if you have a question or need related to your child's program, or other clinical topics, we have set up an internal hotline for you to cal. No question is too big or too small - communication is critical in these times.



1-(800) 215-9363