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Get Started

TAKE THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS MEANINGFUL OUTCOMES WITH ABA THERAPY

 

How do we get started?

 Getting started is easy. The first step is to reach out to us!  Before we begin services, we like to get to know our prospective clients to ensure that we are mutually a good fit. We understand that every provider and client may not be a match. We accept clients based on our likelihood of being able to successfully treat them based on our specializations, our scope of practice, the child’s needs and best fit with our treatment model and staff. If we do not have the best fit from the beginning, we will recommend other professionals who may be a better match.

 

One way to reach out to us is by completing our New Client Eligibility Form.  Once a form has been submitted, we will review the information provided and reach out within 3-5 business days to schedule a follow up phone call. This phone call will give us a chance to follow up on your completed form, get more details about your concerns if necessary, and give you the opportunity to ask questions and learn more about our services. You can also get in contact with us by scheduling a free 30 min Initial ConsultationOnce we have ironed out all the details and determined that we are a good match, we will guide you through the rest of the intake process.

What to Expect:

COMPLETE NEW CLIENT FORM

COMPLETE NEW CLIENT ELIGIBILITY FORM/

BOOK INITIAL CONSULTATION 

FOLLOW-UP PHONE CALL

INTAKE FORMS + REQUEST PRE-AUTHORIZATION

ASSESSMENT, TREATMENT PLAN DEVELOPMENT & AUTHORIZATION

START THERAPY!

***Please be advised that the standard length of time between our first initial contact and the actual start of services can be anywhere from 4-6 weeks and is dependent on several factors such as: timely provision of all required documentation, your insurance providers' internal processes, length of time it takes to obtain authorizations and approvals, staff availability, desired time slot availability, amount of time it takes to complete assessments, observations, and develop an individualized treatment plan for your child's specific individual needs***