Blue ABA San Antonio

ABA Therapy – San Antonio

personalized to your child’s needs
at the comfort of your own home.

Call Us: 512.522.5871

7970 Fredericksburg RD, Suite 101-563
San Antonio, TX 78229

Fax number: 512.813.5917

We now offer at home ABA services throughout the state of Texas

Blue ABA Texas accepts Blue Cross / Blue Shield

Offering ABA Services in the San Antonio Area

Blue ABA is a family-led business. Our mission is to improve the lives of children with autism by teaching them new skills, and helping to reduce behavior that interferes with their lives.

Our care is personalized to your family’s unique needs and our therapists are passionate about providing exceptional care.

Our team consists of highly-experienced board-certified behavior analysts and registered behavior technicians. They will work with you and your child in the comfort of your own home. They will create a custom-plan for you, and will deliver compassionate care based on this plan.

We believe in facilitating outstanding client-therapist relationships that help your child succeed. Our staff is always available to guide you through the therapy process and answer questions.

Why Choose Us?


No Wait List

We have therapists available in the San Antonio area. Contact us and we will set you up with a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) who will create a personalized plan for your child.


Experienced & Compassionate Staff

We strongly believe in facilitating outstanding client-therapist relationships that help your child succeed. All our BCBAs and RBTs are highly skilled and experienced, with a passion for providing compassionate care.

Family training

Our Therapists Come to You

At Blue ABA we believe in providing in-home services. ABA is oftentimes conducted through play, using the child’s preferences as motivation. Conducting therapy at home allows access to all of their most preferred items and activities.

ABA therapy is evidence-based and has been proven to be effective at helping children diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Syndrome.