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It Finally Has A Name

Autism Is A Diagnosis,
Not A Life Sentence

What is autism?
Autism, also known as Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), is a developmental disorder that affects communication, social interaction, and behavior. It is characterized by difficulties in verbal and nonverbal communication, challenges in social interactions, and engagement in repetitive behaviors.

How common is autism?
Autism affects approximately 1 in 36 children, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The prevalence of autism has been increasing over the years, and is recognized as a relatively common developmental disorder.

What can be done to support individuals with autism?
Children with autism can grow to become functional adults and cherished members of society. With early intervention and the right support, individuals with autism can learn and develop important life skills. Evidence-based treatments, such as Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, and social skills training, can help individuals with autism reach their full potential. Additionally, providing a supportive and inclusive environment, promoting acceptance, and recognizing the unique strengths and talents of individuals with autism are crucial in supporting their well-being and success.
There is a Solution

The Brilliance of
ABA Therapy

ABA therapy is a highly effective and proven treatment for individuals with autism and other developmental disabilities. This type of therapy focuses on increasing desired behaviors and decreasing unwanted behaviors through positive reinforcement techniques.

Improved Behavior

ABA therapy is effective in improving behavior and reducing problematic behaviors such as aggression, self-injury, and noncompliance.

Skill Acquisition

ABA therapy focuses on skill acquisition and is used to teach new skills to individuals with autism, such as communication, social skills, and daily living.


ABA therapy promotes skills that can be applied in different settings and situations, leading to increased independence and success in daily life.

Empowering Growth

What does the ABA therapy process look like?



A team of professionals evaluates the individual’s behavior, communication skills, and social interactions to determine if they meet the criteria for an autism diagnosis.

Verifying insurance benefits:

Once a diagnosis is obtained, it is important to verify insurance benefits to determine coverage for autism-related services. We help with paperwork and are there to answer any questions that you may have.

Initial assessment:

After diagnosis and insurance verification, an initial assessment is conducted. This assessment involves comprehensive evaluations of the individual’s strengths, challenges, and specific needs.

Creating a treatment plan

Based on the assessment results, a personalized treatment plan is developed. This plan outlines specific goals and interventions tailored to the individual’s needs.


Periodic reassessment is conducted to monitor progress and make adjustments to the treatment plan as needed. Reassessment helps track the individual’s development, identify areas of improvement, and address any emerging challenges.

Success and transitioning out of services

As the autistic individual achieves their goals and demonstrates increased independence and functioning, they may gradually transition out of intensive services.
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We Have Answers

Autism is a developmental disorder that affects communication, social interaction, and behavior.
Early signs of autism can include delayed speech or lack of social interaction, repetitive behaviors, and difficulty with transitions or changes in routine.
There is currently no cure for autism, but early intervention and therapy can greatly improve outcomes and quality of life for individuals with autism.
Autism affects approximately 1 in 36 children in the United States, with a higher prevalence in boys than girls.
ABA therapists are trained to be animated and fun, aiming to create a positive and engaging learning environment. Additionally, ABA therapy is typically not implemented for 40 hours a week. The intensity and duration of therapy sessions vary depending on the child's needs, with most children receiving 10 to 20 hours of therapy per week.
In ABA therapy, contemporary approaches aim to strike a balance by addressing skill development and promoting independence, alongside behavior management. The goal is to support the child's overall growth and well-being while respecting their individuality and needs.
While ABA therapy may target specific behaviors that are challenging, the objective is to provide individuals with more choices and opportunities in their lives, enabling them to participate in society and experience greater joy and fulfillment.
We Know The Struggles

Tackling autism can be challenging,
but you don't have to do it solo.

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