And by that, we mean home-based ABA therapy and virtual ABA therapy.

Most insurance providers cover ABA therapy. It’s just one of the benefits of being the leading therapy for children with autism. Chances are, your insurance will pay for much of your child’s services, either upfront or through reimbursements.

Our team will help you arrange affordable ABA for your child by coordinating coverage with your insurance.

We work with more than 50 insurance providers
to bring children the services they need.

Your paperwork?
Not your problem.

Think you’ll have to cross an ocean of forms to get to your child’s therapy? Think again. We’ll take that burden off your shoulders, dealing directly with your insurance provider to secure services for your child. All you have to do is reach out, and we’ll handle the rest.

Katie Beckett Medicaid Program

Established in 1982 under the Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act/TEFRA (P.L. 97-248), the Katie Beckett Medicaid Program (KB), permits the state to ignore family income for certain children who are disabled. It provides benefits to certain children 18 years of age or less who qualify as disabled individuals under ยง1614 of the Social Security Act and who live at home rather than in an institution. These children must meet specific criteria to be covered.

If you have any questions or for additional information
please call our intake department at 470-361-2000

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