Action Behavior Centers – Austin’s Elite ABA Therapy Center
Action Behavior Centers – a Texas-based chain of behavioral health providers – implement clinically vigorous ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) therapy for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Our Austin ABA therapy center is where it all started! Located just two blocks east of The Domain in North Austin, Action Behavior’s first ABA therapy center continues to change the lives of children on the Spectrum.
Our early intensive ABA therapy program is designed for young children that face some of the developmental deficits associated with autism, including delays in verbal or nonverbal communication, social skills, and daily living skills.
Long waitlists are a core problem in the autism community, and when it comes to starting therapy for autism, every day matters. Scientific studies show that children who begin ABA therapy as early as possible (18 months to 2 years) show more significant improvements in their development than those who start therapy at later ages.
Action Behavior Centers have no waitlist! We’re equipped to offer the support your child needs when it’s most important.
Action Behavior Centers are in-network with leading private health insurances, and our Harvard-educated management team are committed to operational excellence and great customer service.
We work with many insurance companies, including (but not limited to):
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Beacon/Value Options
- Sendero Health
Texas Medicaid will cover ABA therapy starting in 2020 following a recent change in legislation. We will provide families with more information as it becomes available. Action Behavior Centers looks forward to serving all Texas families!
You may have some of the following questions:
- I just received a diagnosis of autism for my child. Is ABA therapy the best treatment? Will it work?
- How soon can my child start ABA therapy services?
- Will you accept my insurance, and how much will I be responsible for?
- My child isn’t diagnosed with autism, but I think they have might have it. What should I do?
The ABC team is committed to great service for patients and their families. Please get in touch with your questions. We’ll be pleased to help.