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  • What documentation do I need to start receiving ABA?
    To begin receiving ABA services, you typically need a prescription or referral from a qualified healthcare provider, such as a pediatrician or psychologist.
  • How fast can I get started?
    The time it takes to begin depends on your progress in the process. Regardless of your stage, we're here to assist you. Contact us to initiate the process. We prioritize quick starts, aiming for approval and scheduling within 2 weeks to 1 month on average. We understand the urgency for families.
  • What does ABA therapy involve?
    ABA therapy encompasses behavior assessments, personalized treatment plans, intervention implementation, progress data collection, and adjustments as needed. We emphasize improving skills tailored to each family's needs.
  • What positions are available at your ABA company?
    We currently have openings for Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs), Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analysts (BCABAs), and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs).
  • How can I apply to work at School of ABA?
    You can apply online by visiting the "Work With Us" section of our website. Alternatively, you can email your resume and relevant information to
  • What qualifications do I need to work with you?
    For clinical roles, appropriate certification and licensure are required. All individuals must pass a level two background check, maintain active liability insurance, hold CPR certification, and be authorized to work in the United States. For specific qualifications, please refer to our job postings.
  • How long does treatment last?
    Our services continue as long as they are medically necessary, until progress justifies discontinuation, or up until age twenty-one. Parents can choose to pause or end services at any time.
  • What do you focus on improving during treatment?
    We prioritize enhancing our clients' independence, social skills, and overall quality of life. Utilizing positive reinforcement, we aim to enhance their expressive communication skills..
  • How do you measure progress in ABA therapy?
    Progress in ABA therapy is measured through ongoing data collection, analysis of behavior change, and regular review of treatment goals. We track progress using objective measures and adjust interventions accordingly.
  • What ages do you work with?
    We provide ABA therapy services for individuals aged one to 20 years old, covering toddlers to young adults.
  • Do you accept insurance?
    We currently accept various insurance plans, including Medicaid, Children's Medical Services (CMS), Humana Healthy Horizons, Aetna Better Health, Molina Healthcare, Simply Healthcare Plan, AmeriHealth, United Healthcare, and Sunshine Health. We're continually expanding our network. Contact us to learn about your specific coverage. Our services are typically 100% covered by insurance, with zero out-of-pocket costs for parents.
  • What is Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)?
    ABA is a scientific approach to understanding behavior and learning. It involves analyzing behaviors, identifying their functions, and implementing interventions to increase desirable behaviors and decrease problem behaviors.
  • What services do you offer?
    We offer a range of services tailored to meet your needs: Behavioral Assessments Individualized Treatment Plans Comprehensive ABA Therapy Programs Parent Coaching and Support Early Intervention Services Behavior Intervention Plan (BIP) Development School Consultation and Collaboration Community ABA Sessions Transition Planning One-on-One Individualized ABA Sessions
  • Does your company offer psychological evaluations and diagnoses?
    We specialize in behavior assessments and treatment plans. While we do not provide diagnoses or psychological evaluations ourselves, we collaborate with teams of physicians, clinical psychologists, and school psychologists who offer these services. If needed, we refer our clients to them, covering the associated costs.
  • How long are ABA therapy sessions?
    Session lengths vary depending on the individual's needs and treatment plan. Typically, sessions range from 2 to 6 hours.
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