Step Ahead ABA provides In-home and community-based ABA therapy. Servicing clients with most insurance plans including all Medicaid plans with a no waitlist guarantee! This Indianapolis-based office has therapists spread out across the state of Indiana and provides language skills, skills acquisition, behavior modification, ADL skills, social skills, and executive function. Their therapists give hands-on training to parents so they can incorporate skills into daily routines and reinforce what’s been accomplished during therapy.
All About ABA is all about providing a specialized program tailored to the unique needs of you, your child, and your family. We are a result-driven play-based therapy, with the intention to help create a more harmonious lifestyle. At All About ABA We believe in providing a helping hand to each family based on the recommended level of support. Our New Jersey and Indianapolis ABA specialist clinical team is passionate to work alongside you, your child, and your family in providing guidance, direction, and community. We believe in providing the utmost care and helping you reach your family’s goals and vision.
ACES Clinic is designed to provide collaborative services to people with learning differences. Our clinic is uniquely structured in how we provide care. Upon initial inquiry, our clients are provided with a comprehensive intake to better understand challenges. Next, our team of professionals offer recommendations as to how we can best treat the challenges identified. Some ways that we provide treatment include therapy to address mental health issues, occupational therapy designed to address executive functioning challenges, and accountability coaching which allows improved application of identified strategies at school, work, or in the home. Our clinic offers treatment in person or virtually, individually or in groups.
Golden Steps ABA is a highly experienced therapy group that provides individualized consultation and intervention services for individuals who are diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Our behavior specialists utilize evidence-based therapies, such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), which takes a multi-step approach to assist children in overcoming challenging behaviors associated with difficulties in social skills, communication and other areas of development.
The individualized therapy provided today will also give your child the foundation and tools that he or she needs to succeed in the future, helping them to lead productive lives.
Building Language for Early Learners Bundle
Language and communication is an important area that many parents, educators, professionals want to address with their children and/or clients. The Building Language for Early Learners Bundle was developed to assist you with evidenced-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) comprehensive approach to embark on the Journey to Independence by incorporating appropriate functional communication starting today. This bundle includes everything you need from education/training, research literature, assessment tool, and a social story to gain an understanding of the areas of deficits, how to implement basic language skills in any environment (school, home, clinic, etc.), how to determine the appropriate form of communication for the individual, and an actionable tool to encourage learning language in a fun and functional manner.
Bundle inclusions (30-day access):
- Mand Training Across Modalities (webcast)
- Functional Communication Training for Children with Autism and other Disabilities (ABA Literature Summary)
- Communication Modality Assessment
- Teaching Colors: Building Early Language with Flashcards
- Using my Words not my Feet Social Story
- The expert recommended age for this bundle is early learner (2-7 years), However may be utilized with any learner.
For cancellations and refunds, please see our policy HERE.
“Allies in Autism” – Annual Business Partners
It began with a real need. Hopebridge exists to serve children with autism spectrum disorder, the families who love them and communities that provide support. Our center-based mission is to simplify and increase access to leading-edge, integrated therapies that produce optimal outcomes. We don’t treat a diagnosis; we treat individuals. Hopebridge autism therapy centers are committed to providing personalized therapy for kiddos touched by behavioral, physical, social, communication and sensory challenges. The goal of our care is to help them blossom into their best selves.
Looking for a top-rated autism treatment center in Indiana or Michigan? Lighthouse Autism Center is an intensive, center-based ABA therapy provider that offers one-on-one ABA therapy as well as speech therapy services for children with autism. Lighthouse Autism Center is an ABA therapy center operated by Gregg and Sandy Maggioli, parents of a child with autism. They understand firsthand the struggles a family experiences when their child is diagnosed with autism. With over a decade of experience operating an ABA center, Gregg and Sandy bring the highest quality ABA therapy to centers in Indiana and Michigan. Together, they founded Lighthouse Autism Center to bring hope to every child, and every family.
The digital age brings good news for teachers and parents dealing with students with autism. Today, there are more technologies than ever before to help students with speech, interaction, participation, and communication, making for more integrated classrooms and innovative therapies that help these students learn.
Take a look at our comprehensive list of digital resources for students with autism.
Autism Therapy Center in Marshall County
After nearly a year of deliberation, meetings, and planning, Lighthouse Autism Center opened its fourth location in Plymouth, IN. Consistent with their mission of bringing ABA services to communities that need them, Gregg and Sandy Maggioli decided to expand services to other communities outside of Mishawaka and Warsaw.
Total Spectrum Care
Total Spectrum provides in-home ABA therapy to children and young adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. We often work with dual diagnoses as well. We work on a multitude of skills from functional communication and potty training to functional living and social skills. We provide therapy in the home, but often program for community outings to encourage peer interaction and community involvement. Total Spectrum works to maximize each learner’s progress and highest level of independence. Our office number is (630) 359-3629 and more information can be found on our website: www.totalspectrumcare.com.
Open Enrollment Period-Affordable Care Act-Act Now
If you have an insurance plan (through an employer or elsewhere) that does not provide the benefits your family members need, now is the time to purchase a plan on the ACA exchange. Some families with children with autism may have self-insured plans that do not provide needed treatments. If this is your situation, and you live in a blue state (see map below), you may want to purchase a child-only plan on the exchange. If you plan on using more than 10 hours a week of ABA, you may want to purchase a Platinum level plan, as there are no deductibles and the out of pocket annual costs are lower. It is important to know with all the changes on the horizon, that ACA plans will be in effect for the 2017 year. Blue States include ABA as an essential health benefit in the Health Exchange You are in a “grandfathered health plan” if the plan covered you or your family on March 23, 2010 and has largely remained the same since then, or if your employer has not made significant changes since then. You can find out whether your plan is grandfathered by checking the plan materials or asking your insurer or employer. If you have a grandfathered plan and a child with a significant mental health condition, and you expect that your child may need substantial mental health treatment in the coming year, now is the time to purchase a plan for that child. New plans will all have the protection of the Federal Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act and must provide intermediate forms of treatment, including residential, partial hospital, and intensive outpatient care. End of year is time for Giving and Reflection We at MHAIP have had a busy and exciting year. Some of the things that we have done with your generous donations include:
- Fielding your questions via phone and e-mail from families and providers. We get approximately 2 phone calls and 2 e-mails a day from the general public. We make an effort to return every phone call and e-mail that we get.
- Working on a new website with updated information –it should be unveiled early in the new year.
- Giving over 20 presentations in the community and at relevant conferences, training families, providers, family resource workers, physicians and others on how to work with insurance.
- Building a network of skilled attorneys with whom we consult and hand off challenging cases.
- Helping families with Medicaid access behavioral health services and speech therapy.
- Working with attorneys to help make Wilderness programs a covered benefit.
- In the new year, we want to continue all of these important projects as well as work with legislators at both the state and federal level, to make sure that important aspects of health care reform that have helped our families, remain part of the law.
If any of these things are important to you, please contribute!!! WAYS TO GIVE
You can also always donate through through the Pay Pal link below or on our website.
Foundation for Autism Resources
More than 25,000!!!
That’s how many hours of individualized ABA therapy FAR children received this past year (2016). Those hours benefit the whole family. Each child’s program is designed to meet the needs of the child and the family; addressing challenges and building on strengths. ABA therapy is a well-researched approach that successfully helps individuals acquire many different skills such as communication, self-help and play skills.
“We are grateful for the help we receive through FAR to get our child the help he needs to be the best possible version of himself.” – FAR parent
Your donation has an immediate impact on a local child & family. The funds raised in our #FARConnectsFamilies campaign go directly to assure children and families receive high quality, essential services.
- FAR families commit to consistent involvement in their child’s program.
- FAR commits to connecting children and families to ongoing services.
- Families live in nine Indiana counties.
- FAR’s service provider network has six ABA providers.
- In 2017, two more families will join FAR. FAR will increase outreach to underserved areas and expand our service provider network.
We can’t do it without you. Please donate today Donate Here (every dollar counts!)
FAR is a federally recognized nonprofit. All donations are tax deductible
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6142 St. Joe Center Road Fort Wayne (260)517-3811
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Indiana Applied Behavior Analysis Institute
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Behavior Associates of Indiana
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