Join the ABC Family in Katy, TX for the best ABA Therapy!
Our Katy ABA Therapy center works with early learners and school age children on the Autism Spectrum. Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is known as the most effective treatment for the signs and symptoms associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
We offer a variety of different treatment options to help serve the unique needs of each kiddo on the Spectrum, including center-based Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI), ABC At Home therapy, and part time/after school support.
Why choose Action Behavior Centers?
At ABC, we believe Applied Behavior Analysis therapy should feel warm and inviting. While we don’t implement any school curriculum, we strive to re-create many of the activities experienced in a school setting such as circle time, arts and crafts, play time with friends, outdoor play, and many other social and learning opportunities.
We believe the best ABA therapy approach incorporates both Discrete Trial Training (DTT) teaching methods and Natural Environment Training (NET). We offer both center-based and in-home therapy options for our kiddos. The main goal of ABC is to help children successfully transition into school and community environments.
And we have no waitlist! Find out more about our enrollment process.
How much does ABC’s ABA Therapy Program cost?
We make the process as simple as possible! Action Behavior Centers works with insurance providers to ensure that our program is covered for the families we bring on board.
We have an insurance team who handles everything on your behalf from the initial Benefits & Eligibility check to the authorization for ABA therapy services. Our Operations Manager can walk you through different financial options that work the best for your family’s budget – we never want cost to be a reason that a child on the autism spectrum is unable to access essential ABA therapy services.
Autism Evaluations: Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule
ABC offers Autism evaluations (ADOS-2) to families! We have a team of Licensed Psychologists and BCBAs who run a thorough diagnostic assessment, and then provide results to the child’s physician to review in combination with their own historical observations and parent-reported data. The child’s physician can make the final diagnostic determination.
This process helps families get answers at a much quicker pace, and children can start therapy earlier if it is medically necessary.
The evaluation takes about 45 minutes to an hour and is very natural and play-based – it will not feel like a regular doctor’s appointment. Kids have fun during the ADOS-2 at Action Behavior Centers!
What Does a Typical Day Look Like?
To see what a day of ABA therapy at Action Behavior Centers looks like, check out a video showing Why We’re Here.