Whether your children recently received a diagnosis of autism or you have know about this condition for years, you are probably well-aware of how much you and your other family members are affected. Therefore, choosing a program that offers family training is imperative and helpful.
When your children have autism, there are likely days where you feel stressed, overwhelmed and uncertain if you are making the right decision. This agency can offer you support in terms of emotional relief and in terms of tangible resources to help you. You can receive the validation necessary to know that you’re making the right moves, and you can learn about even more tools that can ameliorate your specific situation.
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Even though you know that your kids have autism and even though you have learned some basics about the condition, you likely still want to know more to help your children as much as you can. This agency offers educational services for the entire family. Learning about autism can help you to better understand your children and, as a result, better help them to succeed. When you know more about your children and why they act and respond how they do, you can all also become closer as a family.
At some point, you have likely had to act as an advocate for your children in educational, social or health care settings. You may have had to act as an advocate in other ways as well. The agency can help you to advocate and to have powerful tools behind you when you do so. Also, it’s possible that at times, you do not know if you should advocate. You may not know what your rights are, and you may not recognize that a wrongdoing is happening. When you work with an entity that seeks to educate and provide support for the entire family, you can learn more about the opportunities that you can grab for your children.
Your entire family is likely to be affected in some way when one or more of your children have autism. As a result, you must select an agency that cares about the needs of the family and that provides a host of sources to support the members.
Contact Us Today for an Evaluation to see if ABA therapy is right for your child.The longer your child with Autism Spectrum Disorder goes without help, the harder it will be to reach that child. Call us today at (516) 229-1194.
How It Works?Research over the last 40+ years has shown the efficacy of ABA Therapy for individuals diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Our services begin with an intake consultation with a member of our administrative team. This is a time where families are able to discuss primary areas of concern and determine if ABC can meet their needs.
During this process our team will determine eligibility for services and navigate the insurance process for you. You will be asked to fill out an application, provide proof of medical diagnosis of Autism spectrum disorder, provide a prescription for ABA Therapy services, and provide proof of insurance.
The next step is to assess your child’s skill level, which is necessary to guide the development of an individualized Autism treatment plan. The assessment will be conducted by a licensed Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and will include the use of various assessment tools. Typically, assessments are conducted in the home setting. However, arrangements can be made to conduct the assessment in an area that best suits your family’s needs.
Through assessment in everyday situations such as home and school, behaviors are targeted and a detailed therapy plan is developed. Throughout the treatment, data is recorded and analyzed in order to show progress of meaningful change and to evaluate, modify, and refine treatment for the most socially significant outcomes.
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