Annual Revenue: $1,224,614
Net Cash Flow: $213,835
Industry: Health Care
This well-established Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) clinic was launched over 6 years ago by the owner, an 18-year Board-Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA). The company specializes in serving children and young adults with developmental disabilities, particularly autism and related conditions, using Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). The owner has built and maintained a reliable client base through consistent referrals from primary care doctors, insurance companies, and word of mouth.
The practice averaged $1.2M in revenue for the TTM through June 2023 with an SDE of $214K for the same period. Various Commercial Insurances and Medicaid are accepted in addition to private pay options for services offered in the clinic, in-home, in communities, and schools.
Team and Services: The owner is supported by a team of 17 which includes 3 BCBAs, 3 Board-Certified Assistant Behaviour Analysts (BCaBA), one of which is also the director of operations, 10 Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT), one of which performs billing functions and one of which assists as RBT liaison, and a full-time office manager.
The clinic provides ABA therapy to children with autism and related disabilities, with a strong emphasis on skill development and behavior reduction. It employs a method that examines behavior, its relationship with the environment, and the processes of learning and prioritizes individualized treatment plans tailored to the specific needs of each client and their family. The primary focus is on functional skills, including communication, social interaction, play, and self-care skills to ensure practical skill acquisition.
The practice is ideal for another ABA company or other therapy types that could collaborate like Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, or Speech and Language Therapy.
Reason For Sale:
The owner wants to focus on her personal life and seeks an acquirer to take the clinic to the next growth stage.
Training & Support:
The owner is willing to assist the buyer in the transition process to ensure minimal impact on business operations and the experienced staff, some of whom have been taking over the responsibilities of the owner, will remain, ensuring continuity and stability.
The company operates in an area with limited ABA competitors, resulting in consistent demand and a waiting list for services. The focus on quality-of-life goals and child-led learning sets it apart from competitors, who often use more rigid and punitive approaches.
Implementing a marketing strategy to reach more parents and doctors, and tapping into untapped potential would ensure growth. Accommodating more clients, especially through in-home, school, and community services, and collaboration with other therapy types for even greater impact will contribute to the top line and create expansion opportunities.