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Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Do you accept insurances?
A: Yes, we are in network with various insurance companies. Please contact us for our most updated list.

Q: Will my insurance cover ABA services?
A: All plans are different. We offer insurance verification to inquire if ABA is covered under your plan.

Q: If ABA is covered under my plan, will I have any fees?
A: All plans are different, but usually families have a deductible, copayment and/or coinsurance. This is determined by your individual plan.

Q: How do we start?
A: An intake between the family and the BCBA will take place to gather pertinent information, discuss concerns, goals and programming. At the conclusion of the meeting, families will be given forms to complete. Once received, the BCBA will schedule a time for observations and to conduct an assessment. The timeframe for observation and assessment is typically 3-5 days. Once the assessment is complete, the family is provided with a treatment plan.

Q: How often will I receive a behavior plan update?
A: Families are debriefed after every session. Your child’s behavioral therapist will inform you on how your child is progressing towards goals, new and mastered programs and general behavior. You will receive an updated report every 6 months, which will also include your child’s progress.

Q: What curriculum do you use?
A: In addition to your child’s individualized goals and behavior plan, the Assessment of Basic Language and Learning Skills (ABLLS) is utilized to drive programming.

Q: What skills do you work on?
A: We work on a variety of skills such as:

  • Language
  • Communication
  • Cognitive Skills
  • Play and Social Skills
  • Adaptive Skills
  • Toilet Training
  • Behavior
  • School Readiness/Pre-academic Skills
  • Attending and Social Referencing