Do you diagnose Autism Spectrum Disorder?
No. We offer ABA therapy services to children who have an existing Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis. A comprehensive diagnostic evaluation is required by all insurance providers in order to receive ABA services.
How do I get my child on your waitlist?
Complete the enrollment form on our website. Click on 'Enrollment' in the menu at the top of the page, scroll down, enter your child's name, and complete the enrollment application.
How are your staff trained?
All staff are certified through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). Direct 1:1 staff are required to have an active Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) certification upon hire. RBTs are supervised by clinical supervisors per the standards set by the BACB, and training is ongoing. Clinical supervisors have active Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) certifications.
How many direct hours do you recommend and what do your sessions look like?
Clients are enrolled in our program for 20 hours per week. We have 2 sessions - AM: 8:00a-12:00p and PM: 1:00p-5:00p - clients attend one session. We have learned that half-day enrollment allows for intensive intervention, while ensuring that our clients can benefit from any school or alternative services that they receive.
How long is your waitlist?
Due to the nature of ABA therapy, it is difficult to provide a specific and accurate timeline for our waitlist. Our programming is individualized for each client and the length of enrollment varies from one client to the next. In order to get on our waitlist, fill out the enrollment form on our website. A clinical supervisor will be in touch to answer any questions you have at that time and will then follow up once spots become available.
What ages do you serve?
Early intervention ABA is our area of expertise. We offer services to children aged 2-8.
Does my insurance plan cover ABA services?
Coverage for ABA services varies across insurance providers and plans. It is important to contact your individual provider to inquire about ABA coverage prior to starting services.