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Amazing place to start if you want to work in ABA

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Working here was amazing. I wasn’t sure if this was the future I was heading for till I started at this company. Training was easy, the BCBA I had was amazing and always helped me whenever my client engaged in aggressive behaviors. As for the company, they always have appreciation towards the RBTS by giving gift cards. The only reason I left was I wasn’t getting paid by the mile. My client was an hour away and I couldn’t afford the gas prices.
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Great place to work

Staff are great and leadership actually cares about employees. Flexible hours and there is ample amount of support provided. Benefits are provided as well.
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cool company

the onboarding is setting to make it seem like it might be okay. sad to see that it’s unpaid training. the supervisor is the only point of contact so you must hope you get along
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Meaningful work with lots of aupport

I worked with younger kids, after school in their home. It could get stressful And intense but i always had support from supervisors. I learned so much and got certified as an RBT and experience. I didn’t see other rbts just supervisors and care coordinators. So so much support and help when needed. Hardest part was learning how to deal with parent issues and physical violence from clients, but the best part was becoming proficient and better at my job! I 10/10 recommend for a beginner.


Support and assistance


Short hours, in home care
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Great company

You will learn a lot at this company. They are detail oriented and professional. I highly recommend this job to anyone looking to push them selves and earn a better hourly wage then other company's.


Great work culture


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  • Clear sense of purpose
  • Ability to learn new things

Started off great…. But….

Started off as a great place to work, however it didn’t take long to see that their priority is making money and billable hours. Pay and benefits are good but high emphasis on billable hours means you are working with cookie cutter goals created by the assessment team. RBTs receive no training before starting but you are given no time to train them since most of your cases are at the same times in the evenings. This also makes it difficult to reach your 32 hours since cancellations are so high. If you are looking for a place that values ethics, quality ABA and a work/life balance, I recommend you keep looking.
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Productive and easy

Flexible schedule, nice people easy job but when your clients go out you decided whether you join them or not but the company don’t pay for your gas and you may lose some work hours but overall is a good company.
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great job

very good job it’s worth all the stress and i look forward to continuing my employment there but my only complaint is the sick hours/pto because you only get 1 hour per week and no pto
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Fun workplace

Great workplace. Helpful supervisors and other team members. Company will have a hard time finding you a new case if you are in the process of becoming an RBT and family cancels within a week.
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Productive, fun workplace with great people and incentives!

What is the best part of working at the company?Working with really great BCBA's. Learning a lot, and had an awesome client/family!What is the most stressful part about working at the company?Some days it can be tough working with the clients, but it is expected in this line of work.What is the work environment and culture like at the company?I've had a great experience with everyone I've worked with, from onboarding to my supervisor and even supervisors who've I've met with in place of mine at times. Everyone is very understanding and do the best they can to accommodate what they can for you as an employee, and the families you work with.What is a typical day like for you at the company?Mostly following the care plan for the client either one on one or with virtual or in person supervision. Sometimes the parents join the session.
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BCBA Supervision and Growth

I was able to get great BCBA Supervision while I worked directly with clients as an RBT. I had 2 clients and drove between them. There are moderately available opportunities for RBTs to grow into lead therapists or care coordinators.
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Productive , fulfilling

Each day can be pretty repetitive but it’s really fulfilling to know your making progress in young child life . I’ve learned a lot about ABA practices from the very beginning with paid training and supportive management. Travel expanses aren’t covered and sometimes feels pointless since the hours each day during the week are short .


Flexible schedule


Not a lot of hours unless you take on multiple k clients
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Mixed Review: pay and training concerns

I appreciate the values and mission of behavior frameworks as a company. However, the pay for experienced RBTs is questionable, as it is capped at $26 an hour even with a bachelor's degree. While behavior frameworks claim to offer competitive pay based on experience, education, performance, and market trends, this is not consistently reflected when advocating for oneself.If competitive pay is a significant factor for you, it is important to note that behavior frameworks may not have the financial resources to allocate for passionate, experienced, and ambitious RBTs.In my opinion, the company is overall great, but due to its smaller size, it may struggle to provide competitive wages. It is also worth mentioning that there appears to be a high turnover rate among RBTs, with many not lasting more than 3-6 months. Additionally, new RBTs may not receive proper training or information about the requirements of the position. Therefore, it is advisable to conduct thorough research before applying as an RBT, as the role should not be mistaken for mere babysitting. In my opinion, BF needs more care coordinators out in the field teaching/ training RBTs, and BCBAs need to be given more time to dedicate to this as well, especially with RBTs who are struggling in certain areas. But BF isn't ready for that conversation.


values and mission


pay rates are not competitive
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Not enough support

I worked for a bit and I did not have the best experience due to the family I was paired with. Experiences depend on if you receive enough support and if the family is willing for a change and that wasn’t the case in my situation.
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Place seems organized and there’s a lot of support. Paper data is collected for your cases. It is 25% in person 75% remote. Reimbursement for travel and stay as well as CEUs
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Not the best experience

It was a good experience but the pay was not good and the support could have been better.The paper work you do is just that it’s writing and tracking data on paper.
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Doing good work for families

Really care about their clients and do their best to accommodate them and provide good service. Expectations change often for admin team so you do your best to keep up.
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Good starting place

It's great work experience for college students starting their career. Training takes quite a while especially if you need BLS certification too. Training is unpaid but reimbursed. Takes about 2 weeks after background checks and offer letter to be assigned to your first client. On site training is between ok and bad depending on how good your BCBA is, I received 1 day of training from client's former RBT and then fed to the wolves (you're supposed to get a week). There's unfortunately no further growth in this company as an RBT. Hours have a bad tendency of getting cut any you often don't get enough hours (in the first place (no reimbursement for client cancelations). There's no financial support when being reassigned, reassignment often takes 2 weeks. Schedule is very flexible and communicated, same-day, emergency cancelations are unpunished. Great place to start, not a good place to stay- leave for a higher paying company after a year.


Work experience, free RBT and BLS training, fulfilling work, easy hire with any childcare experience


Too few hours, high turnover, lacking support
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Great job

This type of job is not meant for everyone. Requires a lot of patience but overall it is a very rewarding job. I have had good and bad supervisors. If you get a good one, it makes the job a lot easier.
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Valuable Work Yet Prone to Isolation and Stress

As it says in the title, the work itself is incredibly valuable and seeing growth in clients is amazing. On the flip side, while the company pays decent per hour to start, pay plateaus quickly, benefits are minimal, high bar to reach for reimbursement for commutes, and is also very lonely. The job of being in home usually by yourself with the client and their family for 20 hours a week is incredibly stressful and overwhelming. You feel very alone and besides supervision once a week, BF does very little to create a sense of community and support system for RBTs, which is probably why burnout is incredibly high.
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They are constantly hiring but don’t seem clear in what they want

This company is focused on helping individuals with autism, but rarely hire nuerodivergent people to fill the roles. As a result, they are constantly posting job advertisements for roles and have high turnover under the guise of having high standards. The face of ABA is changing and this company is more focused on fixing versus accepting based on my short term experiences here.


Remote work


Not a nuerodivergent affirming company
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3.5 out of 5 stars for Work/Life Balance
3.4 out of 5 stars for Compensation/Benefits
3.3 out of 5 stars for Job Security/Advancement
3.6 out of 5 stars for Management
3.5 out of 5 stars for Culture

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