At QBC we make the process as easy as possible. If your insurance covers ABA services, we will be more than happy to help you go through the process.We have experienced and helpful personnel to help us handle any client who has a third party payer. For our clients who do not have Insurance to help with expenses, we will work with you to develop a reasonable payment plan. Payment options Would be available to you such as the frequency of pay (i.e. Weekly, bi-weekly or monthly). The QBC process when dealing with a family is to focus on the child and his needs first, than negotiate payment! Let us show you how we can help using 5 simple steps:
1. MEET AND GREET: Initial meeting between QBC team member, parent and child. At this time we want to gather as much information from the family. We will discuss child development. Any documentation you may have for the child, such as IEP, OT goals or any evaluations that may have been done most recently would also be very helpful in developing the most efficient and affective treatment plan for your child as well as offer the child direct support in his growth process.
2. INITIAL ASSESSMENT: Each client will receive an FBA (Functional Behavioral Assessment). This will help us evaluate the behaviors that need to be addressed and in what order. A BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst) will Interview parents, meet with your child, and discuss treatment options. We will work with children who are challenged with the following conditions: Autism/PDD-Pervasive Developmental Disorders Aspergers syndrome OCD- Obsessive compulsive disorder ADHD -Attention Deficit Hyperactive Non-Verbal Children Developmental Disabilities Learn New Skill Social skill development
3. THE PLAN: It is at this time, we develop an effective yet practical way to organize the behaviors in which we are focusing. The Behavior plan includes Ways to help add new skills for your child Ways to help your child replace problem behaviors.The behavior plan also helps families and QBC team members to stay in constant and consistent communication. This benefits the child when all caregivers are on the same page. The planning phase helps us to present the most effective and simplified ways to add ABA using practical behavior interventions
4. DELIVERY: This is the phase where the ABA tutor, will be given a scheduled of hours for the month. We will do varied 2 hour sessions through out the week, being flexible for you and your child. Our Behavior plans will focus on the concerns of the parent and the abilities of the child, as a team we will assess what your child needs and be there to help support and guide the parents on how to use Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) as a tool when changing behavior.
5. FOLLOW UP: We assess how the child is responding to treatment plan. The family is given a quarterly progress report on each goal in the treatment plan. We will provide session notes and ABA data to show where improvement has been made, as well as add on new goals or areas of concern. The Follow up phase of the process is in place to help both clinics and families to keep moving forward to help the client achieve ultimate success!