Autism School Services

Children and their families are struggling without autism school-based ABA therapy services they were previously receiving. During COVID-19, families are adjusting to distance learning. Autism Learning Partners can help your family with in-person autism tutoring and other comprehensive programs funded by your insurance company.

What will my child learn when receiving autism help during home school?

We focus on identifying and improving these essential behaviors both in person and remotely through telehealth:

• Address key areas in your child’s development with autism tutoring
• Teach pandemic-era social skills
• Reduce problem behaviors
• Develop a successful home school routine and structure
• Provide parents autism help to develop their child’s skills
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Most major insurance plans accepted:

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Providing Hope and a Clear Path Forward
Proven Results, with Treatment Covered by Most Insurance Plans.

Autism Learning Partners provides hope and a clear path forward, changing lives with ABA therapy tailored to each and every child.

Get started right away – no waiting list! ALP works with kids of all ages, and we can come to you. Contact us today and find out how we can put thirty years of experience to work for your child.

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COVID-19 Precautions

In-home ABA therapy is a safe alternative during COVID-19, and critical to continuing developmental progress. The safety of our staff and the families we serve is our highest priority. All CDC guidelines are strictly enforced and followed by staff at all times. Behavior technicians and supervisors support three or fewer children for in-home services, allowing us to safely provide ABA therapy during these unsettling times. For families who prefer remote support, Telehealth is an alternative option with a variety of service offerings.

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