We're dedicated to progress.

When it comes to ABA therapy, progress means putting in the time. We have three intensive treatment programs designed to help your family do just that.

When it comes to ABA therapy, progress means putting in the time. We have three intensive treatment programs designed to help your family do just that.

Before you enroll…

Before you enroll…

Parents often don’t realize that most insurance requires an official autism spectrum disorder diagnosis. If you aren’t sure how to start the diagnosis process, just give us a call at (833) 825-5246 and we can point you in the right direction.

What are the steps to starting therapy?

We do our best to make the enrollment and insurance processes easy.

Step 1

Fill out our new client application.

A Family Counselor will reach out to answer your questions, get your insurance info and schedule an optional tour.

Step 2

Send your paperwork or bring it to your clinic tour.

With your insurance card and your's child autism diagnosis report, we can get a head start on verifying coverage with your insurance company.

Step 3

Schedule an assessment.

We'll talk to you about the goals you have for your child. Then, we'll perform an assessment of their behavior, language and learning skills.

Step 4

Start the treatment program!

We'll design a treatment plan based on what we've learned about your child and share it with you. Then, therapy begins!

More time, more progress

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is known as an “intensive” therapy, which means the longer your child spends with us, the more progress they’ll make!

We recommend 15 hours per week for most children.

This is a big time commitment for children—and their families. To try and help, we offer in-home therapy services, flexible scheduling and a comfortable place to wait, rest or get some work done.

More time, more progress

What will my child be doing in therapy?

AIM Clinics is a place for your child to learn—and play! We foster an environment of positivity and fun while also working very hard to empower your child as they go through life.

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What will my child be doing in therapy?

Each AIM session is designed around three activity areas.

Discrete trial training - We’ll break down complex skills into smaller tasks that your child can link together.

Discrete trial training

We’ll break down complex skills into smaller tasks that your child can link together.

Social skills - Your child will have an opportunity to play and interact with other kids their age.

Social skills

Your child will have an opportunity to play and interact with other kids their age.

Communication - We'll give your child the tools they need to communicate their wants and needs.

Communication

We'll give your child the tools they need to communicate their wants and needs.

How can I help at home?

How can I help at home?

There’s a lot parents can do at home to reinforce what kids learn and achieve at AIM. We’re constantly building our library of resources to help you help them.

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