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Are you an In-Network Provider?

ABA of North Texas is in network with the following:

  • United Health Care / UMR /Optum Health
  • BCBS of Texas
  • Aetna
  • Beacon Health Options
  • Magellan Health

ABA of North Texas currently works with the following:

  • Cigna
  • UMR

Does ABA of North Texas accept Grants or financial assistance?

Yes, ABA of North Texas accepts grants and will assist families in applying for grants if needed.

Please refer to Helpful Links and Assistance for Families

Do I need a prescription for ABA, what doctor does it need to come from?

Yes, insurance requires a prescription for ABA therapy. Any Medical Doctor can provide you with the prescription but it must have your child’s diagnosis code and Applied Behavioral Analysis is recommended as a Medically Necessary treatment.

Please refer to the Insurance Information

Does ABA of North Texas provide Speech and Occupational Therapy Services?

No, however we work very closely with our neighbors Speech and OT of North Texas.

Please refer to Helpful Links for more information

What are your hours of operation and do you close for lunch?

ABA of North Texas is open from 7:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. We do NOT close for lunch.

Do you offer Social Skills Groups?

Yes, in addition to offering social skills groups for all ages throughout the year we also provide opportunities throughout the day for the children to interact with one another. This is in the form of games, motor activities, art, snack and lunch etc.

Please refer to Services for more detailed information.

What are the ages of the children you provide services for?

ABA of North Texas currently services children ranging in age of 14 months – 18 years old.

Does ABA of North Texas provide presentations, mini-workshops, staff trainings, etc.?

ABA of North Texas will provide trainings, mini workshops and/or presentations to school districts, healthcare professionals, Pediatricians offices, and other community events. If interested in requesting a presentation please contact us today.

I have additional questions I would like to speak to a clinical staff member.

If you would like to speak to someone regarding services, contact us via phone 214-650-6708 or complete the Quick Contact form at the bottom of each web page.

What does ABA mean for my child?

All children have the potential to learn, but it takes a very structured environment, one where conditions are optimized for acquiring the same skills that typical children learn “naturally.” The whole point of ABA is to teach the prerequisites to make it possible for a child to learn naturally.

The behavior-consequence relation is the most important and widely applied principle of behavior analysis. When a behavior is reinforced, it will reoccur! These are the basics of behavioral learning theory.

ABA of North Texas uses these principles to set up an environment in which children learn as much as they can as quickly as possible, with a constant emphasis on the use of positive reinforcement.

What should I expect in the ABA Therapy Program?

  • A behavioral program is a comprehensive intervention, carried out, as much as possible, in every setting, every available moment. The program should include one-to-one discrete trial training (DTT), small group participation, family training and participation in program development, and support in the community for generalization of skills.
  • Discrete trial training is a one-to-one instructional approach used to teach skills in a planned, controlled, and systematic manner. Within DTT, the use of antecedents and consequences is carefully planned and implemented.
  • Positive praise and/or tangible rewards are used to reinforce desired skills or behaviors. Data collection is an important part of DTT and supports decision making by providing therapist with information about beginning skill level, progress and challenges, skill acquisition and maintenance, and generalization of learned skills or behaviors.
  • The skills that are taught so efficiently in discrete trial drills must be practiced and generalized in natural settings.

If your child is not learning in the natural environment it is important to get help!