A free initial telephone consultation will help determine whether Autism Consulting & Therapy is the right fit for your family. Call Trey McGlohn at (757) 639-2218 ext. 1001.
Our administrative staff will contact your insurance company to verify benefits and coverage. We accept the following plans: Tricare, Optima Commercial, Virginia Medicaid CCC+ and Medallion 4.0 (Aetna, Magellan Complete Care, Optima, and United/Optum), and any other commercial plan that has out-of-network benefits for ABA.
Your child’s developmental skill level will be evaluated using a variety of evidence based assessments.
A Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) or a Board Certified assistant Behavior Analyst (BCaBA) will create a unique Individual Treatment Plan that is personalized for your child and based on the results of his or her comprehensive assessment.
Parent & Caregiver Consultation
ACT will consult with you at least twice monthly to help you learn the principles of ABA and ways to apply these principles with your child at home. You are your child’s first and best teacher, and we want to make sure you have the support you need to be successful.
ABA Therapy in a Social Skills Group Setting
Applied Behavior Analysis is provided by a team of our highly qualified Social Skills Group Leaders in a group setting at our new, state of the art facility. Each of our clients has a one-on-one therapist present at all times, but is also in a setting where they can learn to interact with their peers and follow group instructions, thus preparing them for inclusion in a school classroom when the time comes.
Supervision & Team Meetings
Your child’s Program Supervisor will meet with you, your child’s RBT, and your child as often as twice per week for troubleshooting or changing programs/strategies as your child learns and progresses. Many other ABA companies offer once per month Supervision/Team Meeting, but ACT believes in doing the very best, which means more hands on work by the BCBA/BCaBA.
School Observation & Consultation
Your child’s Program Supervisor or another member of the treatment team will consult with classroom teachers and other professionals (including speech therapists, occupational therapists, etc.) and is able to join you at IEP meetings if desired in order to be a part of the multidisciplinary team.
Evaluation of Progress and Records
Assessments are updated monthly and re-done every six months to show you the progress your child has made in therapy. You will be given a comprehensive progress report for your records.