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How do I know if ABA therapy is right for my child?

If your child has been diagnosed with autism or developmental disabilities, chances are he or she would benefit from ABA, the leading therapy for child on the autism spectrum. We invite you to schedule an assessment, where a Board Certified Behavior Analyst will evaluate your child in your home to see if ABA is right for them.

How will ABA help my child?

Your child will work one-on-one with a trained therapist to improve skills such as verbal and nonverbal communication, hygiene and self-care, social skills, daily routines, and more. With positive reinforcement and expert attention, your child will build the competence and confidence he or she needs to lead a happy, independent life

Do you accept medicaid?

Yes, we are currently accepting all NJ medicaid plans!

How Much Will It Cost?

Most medicaid plans cover 100% of services.

Is there a waitlist to receive ABA therapy?

No! We are currently accepting new patients with no waitlist.

Where do services take place?

We’re helping child across the Garden State, NJ. We provide in-home services. In some cases, we may be able to service child in schools depending on the insurance.

What age range do you service?

We service between the ages of 2 and 21.

How do I arrange ABA therapy for my child?

One phone call kick starts your child future. Submit your contact info here so our intake department can reach out to you. We’ll ask you for your insurance information, proof of diagnosis and a few other details. Once we’ve confirmed that you’re eligible and covered by insurance, we’ll arrange an assessment (at your place or ours) to get to know your child and design their custom care plan.

How long does the process take before we can receive services?

It may take about 4-6 weeks for the entire process.

Once insurance confirms ABA Therapy is covered by your plan and we receive all the necessary documentation, we request an authorization for an initial assessment. A BCBA will reach out to you to conduct the assessment. You can discuss with the BCBA how many hours are suitable for your child. We then submit the initial assessment to the insurance. Within 7-14 days they will give up the approval for services.

How can I obtain an evaluation?

Please reach out to our intake team for a list of recommended evaluators in your area.

Is there a minimum amount of hours for services?

Yes, we have a minimum of 10 hours of direct care a week. However, most child, on average, are approved for 15-20 hours per week.

What documents do I need for my child to begin services?

Insurance wants to see your most current comprehensive psychological evaluation for your child, which should include the diagnosis of autism and a recommendation for ABA therapy.

Your child deserves
a brighter tomorrow.