Frequently Asked Questions
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Where do services take place?
Services can take place in the family's home, in the community, or via telehealth (video call).
What towns do you service?
We offer in-person services in the following counties: Bergen, Essex, Hudson, Passaic, & more. If you are outside our range for in-person services, we offer telehealth services as an alternative.
Does my child need a diagnosis to participate?
We proudly serve the families of individuals with diagnoses such as ASD or ADHD, but also work with families who do not have a formal diagnosis but may have behavioral concerns or questions.
How much do sessions cost?
As part of our intake process, we will reach out to your insurance company to determine eligibility & coverage of services. This will give us details regarding your financial responsibility, such as copays. If you are interested in private payment options, contact us and we can discuss our short & long term out-of-pocket options.
What is the difference between Single Consultation Sessions and ongoing Parent Training services?
Single Consultation Sessions are perfect for families who may not be able to commit to long-term services. Single Consultation Sessions are 30-45 minutes and can be scheduled "as needed". In these sessions, parents can ask questions, discuss their concerns, and receive recommendations to try on their own.
Ongoing Parent Training & Consultation services typically involve longer sessions (~90 minutes on average) because in addition to answering questions and discussing concerns, the BCBA will provide side-by-side coaching and feedback to help you put behavioral strategies into practice in every day life situations. Sessions typically take place using a weekly or biweekly schedule. A detailed Evaluation & Assessment can also begin the process so that goals and objectives can be identified to fit your child & family's unique needs.
Do you accept insurance?
We are considered in-network with several major insurance companies. We also offer affordable short- and long-term private payment options and are willing to work with other third-party payors, such as school districts.
Who can participate in sessions?
Parents, caregivers, siblings, grandparents, babysitters/nannies, & more! Our unique family-centered Parent Training model allows our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) to work directly with the child/client, while also interacting with parents or caregivers to answer their questions, discuss their concerns, and teach them effective behavioral strategies.