Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. Parent training is a vital aspect of our program and we encourage all parents to take advantage of these opportunities.
The cost varies according to the childrens specific needs and the location of services. Please contact us and we’ll be happy to discuss your child’s needs and the costs of services. Our goal is to provided the highest possible quality at the most reasonable cost. Furthermore, many insurance companies and Medicaid now cover our services.
We provide services to improve the child’s’ communication, social, self-care, and academic skills; and to reduce maladaptive behaviors. Our interventions are based on applied behavior analysis (ABA), which has been scientifically-proven to be the treatment of choice in treating individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities.
We provide services at the child’s home, community or school.
We accept most forms of insurance, which now cover ABA therapy for children who have been diagnosed with a Pervasive Developmental Disorder (PDD) including children on the autism spectrum. Unfortunately, we do not accept Medicaid, which has not yet established reasonable rules and regulations for ABA providers.
Yes. We believe it is important for all persons concerned about the child’s well being to work together collaboratively.