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  • What is ABA Therapy?
    ABA is the acronym for Applied Behavior Analysis. ABA is the science of learning and behavior and we use these principles to promote learning and decrease behaviors that interfere with learning. ABA therapy is helpful in language, social, play, and self-help development. We work with your family and your child to identify which skills are most important and how they impact future learning. Our goal is to help your child develop skills in areas that will be most helpful for them throughout their lives.
  • What is a pediatric learning center and what do you do?
    Innovate ABA uses Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), the science of behavior change, to teach new skills and reduce challenging behaviors in children 6 and under. Our staff are trained in early childhood development, and applied behavior analysis which ensures your child’s curriculum is always age appropriate and respectful of their individual personalities. Our therapists focus on teaching in the areas of self-help, stress management, language development, social skills and good-learner behaviors. We also work with your child to reduce challenging behaviors by teaching appropriate replacement behaviors.
  • Can my child benefit from ABA therapy at your center?
    Yes! We provide individual (direct) therapy to children with qualifying diagnoses and group instruction for children who may or may not have an ASD diagnosis. We are happy to talk you through the options. Contact us today!
  • Can you diagnose my child?
    We have partnered with Neuropsychologist, Dr. Alexander Tan, to offer diagnostic evaluations. Click here to schedule your consultation.
  • Does my child qualify for services?
    Your child may be eligible for ABA services through qualifying insurance plans with a diagnosis of ASD and/or Down Syndrome from a developmental psychologist and referral for ABA therapy. The details of your child’s benefits are specific to your insurance plan. Our administrative staff can determine eligibility and benefits for you upon request. It is possible for your child to qualify as a student of our center without a diagnosis. For these students, we offer private pay rates. Contact us for more information.
  • How long do services last?
    Each child develops at their own rate, so the length of their treatment will vary. We will recommend a decrease in service level when the data supports successful fading of services.
  • How do I get started?
    Contact us and we will reach out to you within a day. In the meantime, check out or Roadmap for more information.
  • Can I have services in my home?
    At this time, we only provide direct services in our clinic, but we are happy to schedule parent consultations in your home.
  • What are your business hours?
    Our hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 8:30am-5:00pm. We are closed Saturdays and Sundays.
  • Do you take my insurance?
    We accept Blue Shield Magellan, Aetna, Beacon, Anthem and Managed Health Network (MHN). If we are not contracted with your insurance, we will provide you with a superbill to submit for reimbursement. If you would like to participate without insurance funding, we offer private pay rates as well.
  • Do you provide Speech Therapy?
    Yes! We offer in-house Speech Therapy and are contracted with Anthem. We accept private pay and provide a superbill for insurance reimbursement.
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