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ABA Provider Evaluation
Comparing ABA providers and choosing the right one for your child and your family is a critical step. Knowing the right questions to ask can help narrow the field and compare the remaining service providers. Download our ABA Provider Evaluation Scorecard to gather the information on each service provider in terms of treatment offerings as well as billing considerations.
Early Intervention vs. Healthcare-Covered ABA Services
Families with a child on the Autism Spectrum can choose Early Intervention or Healthcare-Covered ABA services. There are distinct differences between theses options that healthcare professionals and parents need to be aware of. Download our Early Intervention vs. Healthcare-Covered ABA Services Comparison Sheet to better understand these differences.
Home-Based ABA vs. School-Provided Services
Families with a 3-year-old child on the Autism Spectrum can choose School Services or Home-Based ABA treatment. There are several advantages to insurance-covered, home-based ABA. Download our School Services vs. Home-Based ABA Treatment Comparison Sheet to better understand these advantages for your child and your family.
Autism Diagnostician Directory - Northern New Jersey
For those seeking a diagnosis or recommendations regarding therapies to help children reach their full potential, our Autism Diagnostician Directory can be a valuable tool. Click below to download your current Northern New Jersey edition of this directory, presented as a public service by Rinn ABA Consulting.
Into the Spectrum - Episode 6
A brief but informative video that discusses strategies through which parents can build better relationships with their children who are on the spectrum.
Top 10 Reasons Children with Autism Deserve ABA
A top-ten list of reasons to choose ABA for children with autism.
How to Know if You Are Getting Good ABA An article that focuses on how to pick (and ultimately hold to account) your ABA provider.
A great and well-rounded site with tons of helpful resources and enlightening videos.
A brief CDC article (with links to various studies) confirming that there is NO LINK between vaccines and autism.