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Did you just receive an autism diagnosis for your child or are you looking to find a quality ABA provider? We understand that receiving a diagnosis or finding a quality provider can be a stressful and confusing time for many parents.
At Autism Learning Partners, it is our goal to help guide you through the process of starting autism therapy services with your child. We will work together to achieve the best possible outcome for your child… progress!
This means we will work one-on-one with not only your child, but also with you and the unique aspects of your life. We handle your insurance, taking on the research and time-consuming process of getting as many services covered by your insurance as possible. We work with your child at their school, home, and other social outings your family does in everyday life.
We’re here to help your child learn social skills and to help you, as a parent, learn the most effective ways to communicate with your child and work towards progress alongside your child’s team of teachers, doctors, therapists, and more.
Time is of the essence. Everyday we can spend time with your child makes a difference in the overall progress they’ll experience. It’s important that the necessary steps are taken to reach this progress after a diagnosis is received.
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We accept most major insurance plans. We continue to work with insurance companies as they begin to cover ABA services.
In the form above, include the name of your insurance plan. After you fill out this form, someone from our team will call you with more information. During this call we can talk about the details of your specific insurance plan, and what services your plan will cover. Services are also available through private funding.
Comprehensive ABA looks at producing changes across global areas of functioning including cognitive, adaptive, social, and emotional domains. Programming is typically 25-40 hours/week of direct treatment with parent education. Comprehensive ABA intervention ranges from highly structured lessons to a more naturalistic programming that can look like play, chore completion or simple conversation. Comprehensive ABA is recommended for children who have just recently received the diagnosis and children generally between the ages of 0-7 years of age.
Working one-on-one with a licensed behavioral analyst, each child is evaluated for entry-level skills. Following the evaluation, we use best practices and evidence-based interventions for learners who exhibit social skills problems and other challenging behaviors. More specifically, we “match” our interventions to the strengths of a learner and the most critical behavior excesses or skill deficits exhibited by a learner. We believe that achievement in the domain of social interaction greatly improves the quality of life for a learner and we place a premium on screening, assessment, and individually tailored interventions.
Providing effective treatment to families of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders requires the establishment of a partnership between treatment staff and parents. This partnership involves many elements, including effective communication, mutual respect, clear boundaries, and clearly defined roles. Although every treatment team member plays a role on the team, parents play the key role. They are the most important members of their child’s treatment team. While treatment staff will come and go, parents will remain the central axis of any treatment team.
Focused ABA services are appropriate for individuals who (a) need treatment only for a limited number of key functional skills, or (b) have such an acute problem behavior that its treatment should be the priority. Focused ABA usually ranges between 10-25 hours/week of direct treatment.
Examples of key functional skills include: establishing instruction-following, social communication skills, compliance with medical and dental procedures, sleep hygiene, self-care skills, safety skills, and independent leisure skills (for example, appropriate participation in family and community activities).