Our Autism Center is designed specifically for parents and children ages 2 and up living with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) or similar developmental delays. Our services, based on principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), are designed with the child and family in mind. Each child has individual needs to be taken into consideration when deciding what services are appropriate.
We recognize the impact a diagnosis of ASD has on the entire family and offer support to strengthen each family’s unique circumstances through a variety of services.
The foundation of all services begins with evidence-based treatment, flexibility and a partnership with parents. To provide the best quality services, we make sure our staff are highly trained, caring professionals. Our behavioral consultants are highly educated, and all services provided are supervised by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA).
We recognize that this is a critical time of development for children and there are many barriers that make it difficult for some children to access needed services. Our goal is to help support parents and children receive the best quality services with a variety of funding options.
We provide the following services at different times throughout the year at the Autism Center:
- Social Groups
- ABA Classes
- Home Visits
- Parent University Courses
- Telehealth Services
Autism Center ABA Program
ABA is a proven, evidence-based therapy to help kids with ASD develop important skills to improve their lives. ABA uses the priniciples of reinforcement and focuses on teaching children how to communicate, ABA can also help minimize problem behaviors. We offer ABA in a variety of settings—including in-home, in-clinic, and, when approved, in a community setting.
ABA uses multiple tools to help children learn. This includes discrete trial training, natural environment teaching, and functional communication training. Performance is measured by an assessment, direct observation, and data collection.
Why choose our Autism Center?
Our Autism Center offers evidence-based treatment individualized to each child’s needs. These services include supervision of your child’s case by a BCBA and/or an Behavior Consultant. All ABA tutors are certified as Registered Behavior Technicians through the Behavior Analyst Certification Board, and training is a top priority to help us provide the best therapy for your child.
Does my child need an official autism diagnosis to enroll the Autism Center?
No, an official diagnosis is not needed to enroll. However, most insurance companies require an official autism diagnosis in order to provide insurance coverage for ABA.
How much does ABA cost?
Please call us at (801) 221-9930 for a quote on the cost of services and to see if your insurance company will cover part of the cost.
Does insurance cover ABA?
Some insurance plans cover ABA, but they typically require an official autism diagnosis.
We are currently contracted with Medicaid, United Healthcare, and TRICARE. We may also provide services at an out-of-network level for clients, when possible. Our insurance team is actively working on becoming contracted with additional insurance providers. Please call us at (801) 221-9930 to find out if we can provide services through your insurance company!
Can ABA Therapy really help?
Yes! ABA is evidence-based and will be tailored to meet your child’s specific needs. ABA can help children develop the ability to follow structured schedules, increase social skills, and learn to respond appropriately to various sensory inputs in the environment.
What is Parent University?
Parent University is a free monthly class for parents of children with special needs, educators, and community members. These classes are designed to address parent needs, concerns, and interests. Parent University covers multiple topics throughout each year to provide support and resources to families. This class is offered on the first Wednesday of each month from 6:30 PM-7:30 PM. Childcare is available upon request when RSVPs are received by the 1st of each month.
Does the Autism Center offer in-home services?
Yes. In addition to our clinic-based services, parents have the option for a therapist to implement ABAin a home-based setting. Parents may also request a home or community visit to target specific situations of concern, such as grocery store visits, potty training, , educational supports, feeding therapy, and more.
How do I enroll my child in services?
Apply online or contact our program by calling (801) 221-9930, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.