At Sadowsky Autism Services we use the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis to develop individualized instruction programs for each child. It is our mission to maximize each child’s potential in a fun, child-friendly atmosphere.
Our services include early intervention program supervision and instruction, support for children in school-based programs, and behavioral assessment/management.
Obtain a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder or other related diagnoses from a qualified health professional.
who can help: your Primary Care Manager, He/She will most likely need to refer you to a specialist (s) for a diagnosis.
Check your insurance company for coverage and any copays, deductibles, or service limitations.
Who can help: Your Insurance Company. They have the information you need and a list of in-network providers in your area.
Find a provider. Do you want home or center services, is there a waitlist, does the provider take your insurance?
Who can help: this one is left to you. You need to make some big decisions about the services you want and to do your homework about what is available in your area.
Request authorization for an initial assessment from your insurance company. Your ABA provider can help with this.
Who can help: Your ABA provider. This request is made by your chosen provider. If you already have a referral to another ABA provider you will need to contact your insurance to get a change.
Conduct the initial assessment with a qualified professional. This is designed to determine where you are, where you want to be, how we are going to be, and how we are going to get there from here.
Who can help: your ABA provider. Your provider will coordinate this process but you should actively participate.
Review assessment results and finalize goals and session days and times. A formal request for services will be submitted.
Who can help: Your ABA Provider. Remember that this is the plan you are agreeing to so take the time to get it right.
The authorization is provided and services start.
Who can help: Your ABA Provider. This is where you will meet your therapy team and get started with your program.
Conduct a formal reassessment as required – usually every 6 months. Update goals and refine programs continuously.
Who can help: Your ABA Provider. May require your PCM and insurance company to assist.