After contacting our office, you will receive a phone call from one of our intake specialists. This is a great time to talk about any initial questions or concerns you may have, share background information and provide details that will help our providers give your family resources and information that is best suited to your needs. You will receive a confirmation email after your phone call to verify your free consultation appointment date/time and to let you know if any additional information is needed.
How will I know if my insurance covers ABA?
What will I need to provide?
This can vary from case to case, but typically you can expect to be asked for: insurance card (if using insurance), copy of autism diagnosis paperwork, copy of assessments or IEPs (if applicable) and forms you will complete when you come for your initial consultation meeting.
We accept most insurance plans with ABA coverage!
Clients are billed using our electronic invoice and payment portal once we have received the Explanation of Benefits from your insurance company. A detailed invoice is sent via email and is accessible on our online payment portal. Clients can log-in to the portal at any time to make a secure payment, access open invoices, download receipts or statements of payments and send messages to our billing department. Costs for ABA services are eligible for Flexible Spending Account (FSA) and Health Savings Account (HSA).