What is ABA?
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is recognized as the most effective treatment available for individuals who have received an autism spectrum disorder diagnosis. Recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics and Surgeon General as the treatment of choice for individuals on the autism spectrum, ABA programs are individualized and target the development of a wide range of skills. Developed from the science of learning, ABA programs focus on improving the lives of individuals and their families in meaningful ways. Click here to learn more.
Does my child need an autism diagnosis to receive ABA therapy?
Most health insurers require a formal autism diagnosis to cover ABA therapy. A variety of healthcare providers can diagnose autism including pediatricians, developmental pediatricians, neurologists and psychologists. For more information on how we can support you and your child’s doctor, please visit our diagnostics page.
How many hours of ABA will my child need each week?
What will my child learn in his/her ABA program?
Where are services provided?
Mosaic provides services in homes, community settings, and in our clinics. Based on your child’s and family’s needs, a recommendation regarding the most beneficial place for your child to receive services will be made after an assessment is completed. Click here to learn more about clinic-based treatment.