Frequently Asked Questions
Why ABA therapy?
ABA therapy can be used to address nearly any socially significant behavior. From social skills, academics, self-care, motor skills, and more, ABA therapy can help increase or decrease behaviors to help your child independently access their environment, develop contextually adaptive behaviors, and increase life and social skills.
How do I know if my child's insurance covers ABA therapy?
You can contact your insurance company directly OR get in touch with us, and we will contact your insurance on your behalf to see if your child has coverage for ABA.
Does my child need an official diagnosis to receive ABA therapy?
While your child does not require an official diagnosis to receive and benefit from ABA therapy, to receive coverage from your insurance, most insurance companies require a formal diagnosis and prescription for ABA therapy.
How many hours a week does my child need ABA therapy?
Our programs are designed to target your child’s specific behavioral needs. Depending on what those needs are, your child may require 10-40 hours of ABA therapy a week. Most of our learners receive between 15-25 hours of therapy per week. Contact us today to get in touch with a BCBA for an official assessment.