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**We follow DCPS for all Weather closures**


We accept Amerihealth and HSCSN


Office Hours

For Therapy: Mon- Friday 9:00 am‐7:30 pm

                                    Saturdays: 9:00 am-3:00 pm

Phone Hours: Monday-Friday: 10 am-3 pm

Ethics Statement

Our therapists are talented, professional people and pride themselves on being ethical providers. As a team, we are determined to follow the BACB and RBT codes of conduct at all times. As a result we ensure proper training, supervision, HIPAA compliance, and also professional boundaries.Therapists are not permitted to socialize with clients outside of sessions.They cannot babysit, accept gifts, or have personal relationships with clients or their families per the code of ethics. Additionally, all therapeutic programing and administrative concerns and conversations should come through the supervisor and BCBA. Thank you for helping us be the best we can be

EEO Statement

It is a core value at BASICS ABA Therapy that we provide equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics. In addition to these legal obligations we also protect marital status, sexual orientation, neurodivergent status, and gender identity. 


At BASICS we are dedicated to Innovation, Ethics, and Excellence and without a diverse and inclusive environment this would not be possible. We are focused on equity and believe that employers should not just protect legally protected classes, but others as well, because diversity in areas is essential. We will always follow EEO laws and will continue to protect beyond them. 

BASICS Safety Protocols 2024

BASICS, LLC wants to ensure that families and staff are safe. We continue to adapt policies as the CDC, OSSE, and DC change their recommendations and mandates. This memo will lay out our general level policies for the new stage.

Everyone commits to:

  • Provide accurate information on the health status of yourself or someone who will be at the sessions regarding COVID-19 status and symptoms 

  • Wash hands frequently  after sneezing, coughing, blowing nose, touching face, or consuming food or drink.

  • Will wear a mask if they want

  • Follow the Mayor's orders regarding masks, testing, and quarantines.


Families agree that:

  • There must be running water and soap at all times on the premises where sessions occur.

  • Ensure tissues are available for students if they have allergies

  • Cancel sessions if student is ill

  • Will wear a mask if they want


BASICS ABA Therapy commits to:

  • Provide masks to all employees.

  • Provide one mask to clients if needed.

  • Provide hand sanitizer to employees.

  • Continue to educate and train our employees and clients on COVID-19 and hygiene best practices.

  • Continue our ongoing use of CDC, OSSE, and DC recommendations and guidelines.

  • BASICS cannot share staff or client vaccine status


Staff and clients MUST notify us of Failed Health Screening and Positive COVID tests by texting the scheduling line at (202) 495-0639.


Health Screenings:

Cancel sessions if: the child, therapist or anyone who will be present during the session is currently experiencing any COVID symptoms not related to a known diagnosis the session must be canceled

One symptom in category 1:

  • Fever  

  • Wet cough producing mucus

  • Loss of taste or smell

  • Diarrhea

  • Vomiting

Failed Health Screenings Return Criteria

  • 24  hrs have passed without symptoms (without use of fever reducing medication)


  • A medical evaluation and a doctor's note stating symptoms are the result of a preexisting condition or non contagious illness and are in good health

Staff or Client Positive Test Return Criteria if Positive for COVID: 

  • At least 5 days after positive test


  • A negative rapid test 


  • At least 24 hours after any fever has resolved without the use of fever-reducing medication (i.e., Motrin, Tylenol) and any respiratory symptoms have improved

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