What do we do?
We provide Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy to help improve the lives of children and families impacted by autism.
What is ABA?
ABA is the most commonly prescribed evidence-based treatment for ASD, validated by decades of research and endorsed by leading health agencies.
It is a highly structured treatment method that applies the science of behavior analysis to a clinical setting by collecting data for problematic skills or behavior and developing changing responses.
Efficacy of ABA
More than 20 studies have established that intensive and long-term ABA therapy improves outcomes for children with autism.
These studies show gains in intellectual functioning, language development, daily living skills and social functioning.
Our SOAR program is a comprehensive early intervention program that provides individualized ABA therapy to enhance school readiness for children.
The program aims to produce positive changes across functional areas including cognitive, adaptive, social and emotional domains, and ranges from highly structured lessons to more naturalistic, play-based programming.
Typically 25 to 40 hours per week.
Our SPARK program is a focused ABA treatment program that targets a smaller number of treatment goals and is appropriate for individuals who need treatment in a select number of key functional skills, or have acute behavior that should be prioritized.
Typically 20 hours per week or less.
Our Social Skills program is designed to work on pro-social behavior through group interactions.
Each child is assessed individually to ensure proper group placement that focuses on their individual needs.
Our Parent Participation Training program works with parents to ensure skills learned in therapy are incorporated into their child’s daily routine and reinforced consistently at home.
Parents who are actively involved in their child’s therapy often see more progress in their child.
Obtaining a diagnosis of autism is often the first step in helping a child with autism. A diagnosis is determined through a diagnostic evaluation, which is required for ABA therapy.
A comprehensive diagnostic evaluation uses questionnaires, interviews, natural environment observations, and diagnosis-specific testing instruments to provide specific diagnoses for autism. The diagnostic report is reviewed with the family to guide next steps for getting the child the support they need.
How to get a diagnostic evaluation?
We can help you through the process of obtaining a diagnostic evaluation. We have close relationships with the best diagnosticians in your area and can connect you with the appropriate clinician to get started.
If you are seeking a diagnostic evaluation for your child, please give us a call at 1-833-MINDABA (1-833-646-3222) or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Most health insurance companies are mandated by law to cover ABA therapy for children diagnosed with autism. We work with many insurance companies and also accept Medicaid.
We are here to help you navigate the process with your insurance! Once you get started with us, we will guide you through step-by-step and work on your behalf to make sure the services your child needs are covered by your health insurance.
We have an easy, stress-free onboarding process. We strive to be a partner and advocate for you and your child from the very beginning. Just fill out the below and begin the first step in your journey with us!
We're here to help you regardless of whether you would like to begin services with us. Whether you have a simple question or need resources on autism please give us a call or email us and we can help point you in the right direction!