Project Description

Home Based ABA Services

Inspiring Abilities Creating Limitless Possibilities

BFAIR’s clinical department offers in-home ABA services for children and adolescents aged 3-21 who are diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. The department is composed of Board Certified and Licensed Behavior Analysts as well as Registered Behavior Technicians. Each child referred for ABA services will be administered a comprehensive assessment based on their unique needs. Outcomes will drive intervention planning and includes:

  • Behavior Modification Plans
  • Discrete Trial Instruction
  • Social Skills Programming
  • Activities of Daily Living
  • Incidental Teaching Plans
Eric Denette, VP of Clinical Services

Eric Denette, VP of Clinical Services

The clinical team provides a comprehensive treatment approach which includes both direct services to the child supported as well as ongoing training for parents and family members. In addition to services being provided in the home, community-based options are also available for clients who are ready to generalize the skills they have learned.

BFAIR offers center-based ABA services as well. The focal point of this program is to teach and facilitate social interactions with both younger and older groups. In addition, hands-on daily living activities to promote skill generalization and independence are offered. It’s an excellent opportunity to build on previously learned skills and more importantly to have fun!

BFAIR offers undergraduate college internship credits within the clinical department. Students have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience and learn about behavior analytic work as it pertains to child, adolescent, and adult services. In addition to working directly with BFAIR clinicians, interns will also gain experience in working with community partners including psychiatric and psychological services.

Our Mission

To enrich the lives of people of all ages  and abilities by providing positive life experiences and advocacy through distinctive, individualized, quality service.

Home Based brochure


We are a national and state accredited human service agency responsive to the unique needs of people with disabilities and their families through:

  • A Dedication to Excellence
  • Fiscal Responsibility
  • Diverse Service Options
  • Community Partnerships
  • Safe and Healthy Environments
  • Career Opportunities and Advancement

These are our guiding principles. We strive to be the Berkshire’s premier service provider for persons with cognitive disabilities, autism and acquired brain injuries. It’s in our DNA and we constantly look for new ways to be the best at serving members of our community.