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Parents & Caregivers Play a Key Role in Treatment

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       Starting Your Child's Treatment Journey

1. Contact our office for an initial interview

During your initial interview, you will have the opportunity to:

• Get information about autism

• Find out about the treatment we offer

• Find out if your insurance policy covers our treatment

2. Tips on preparing for your meeting

• Put together a folder with your child’s diagnosis, if you have one.

• Bring your child’s current treatment plan and current weekly schedule

• Write down questions you may have and bring those with you.

3. Scheduling Assessment Sessions

After insurances is verified, schedule initial assessment sessions once a placement in the treatment schedule has been approved.

4. Setting Up Schedules 

Either continue with assessments if required or begin scheduled therapy sessions. There may be a waiting list at the time of application. 

During your interview,

you will get to meet one of our client coordinators, view our facility, take a peak at program samples, and meet some of our team members.

Please feel free to ask any questions you may need answered.  All of your information is protected and confidential.

     Even though our clinical services are primarily center-based, parent participation is a crucial step in assisting your child to reach his or her full progress potential.  During the course of treatment, your input is taken into consideration as treatment goals are set collaboratively and individually.   Your input is valued and it will help your child succeed!

      A variety of programs can be implemented in the home setting by  parents, and it is beneficial for you to learn as much as possible about daily activities that will strengthen your child's progress.




For more information, 

Email: [email protected]

Call: (713) 878-0601

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If you are interested in more information on our services, or would like to request an interview/screening for you and your child, please contact us using the form or by calling 713-355-0623.