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FAQ PAGE

HOW DO I PAY FOR ABA?

Inclusion ABA accepts Medicaid and private insurances and works with families to provide affordable options. Private pay options are available for parent/caregiver training. For more information please fill out the wait list form and we will contact you to discuss your needs.

HOW MANY HOURS OF ABA THERAPY WILL MY CHILD RECEIVE?

Once we have received your child's diagnostic report indicating a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder, a BCBA will perform a functional behavior assessment (FBA) and determine a medical need for ABA services. The BCBA will indicate the number of hours needed to perform these services depending on the level of need. ABA therapy could range anywhere from 10-40 hours per week.

WILL INCLUSION ABA ACCEPT MEDICAID?

Yes! Inclusion ABA is now an approved provider for Medicaid. If your child has Medicaid, please call (936) 441-2200.

WHAT IS THE PROCESS FOR STARTING SERVICES?

Call our office or sign up on our waitlist. Someone from our office will contact you. Inclusion ABA must first verify your child's autism spectrum disorder diagnosis and verify your insurance. Each family will then complete an intake packet and schedule an assessment with a Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA). The BCBA will perform the assessment on two separate days and will consist of interviews with the parents/caregivers and observations of your child. After the assessment is completed, the BCBA will write a treatment plan that he/she will review with you. We will then request services from your insurance. Once your insurance has authorized ABA services, direct therapy services may begin.

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