While families are seeing increased coverage of applied behavior analysis (ABA), an evidence-based treatment for young children with autism with emerging evidence for older youth and adults on the spectrum, they are often unable to access these services due to a paucity of providers that meet state mandated certification and licensing requirements (“Autism and Insurance Coverage,” 2018). This is especially true for families in rural and remote areas where inadequate access to behavioral healthcare is well-documented (Murphy & Ruble, 2012 ; Whittle, Fisher, Reppermund, Lenroot, &; Trollor, 2017). Telehealth has been successfully utilized to treat a variety of populations in the realms of mental health and ABA specifically (Fisher et al., 2014; Heitzman-Powell et al., 2014; Vismara, Young, Stahmer, Griffith, & Rogers, 2009). This panel discussion will outline solutions to help meet the needs of individuals in need of ABA services in rural and remote areas through telehealth technology including solutions for parent-training, supervision of comprehensive and targeted ABA programs, and training for individuals seeking behavior analytic certification. The discussion will focus on application, challenges, and solutions.