In-Home ABA Therapy

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After you submit the form, our team will contact you to schedule an initial phone consultation.

Together with you, we will match your child with the best therapist for their unique needs.

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Blue ABA Arizona accepts Medicaid

Therapy available in the comfort of your own home. Multiple therapists vailable throughout the state of Arizona.

What is ABA Therapy?

The main goal of ABA therapy is to improve your child’s overall quality of living.

We accomplish this by teaching behaviors that help them enjoy independent lives. At the same time, we address challenging behaviors that interfere with their ability to learn new skills and to socialize with others.

ABA Therapy and Medicaid

ABA therapy is a covered benefit under federal guidelines. As of 2022, all 50 states are required to provide funding for ABA and other autism-related treatments to children with autism.

In Home Therapy

In-home ABA therapy

ABA Services In the comfort of your own home

Our therapists will come to you! ABA therapy is often provided at an intensive level, with children receiving 15-40 hours per week. Your child can receive this treatment in the comfort of your own home.

Highly Skilled BCBAs

A board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) will lead your child’s ABA program.

They will be responsible for ensuring your child is making progress.

He or she will conduct assessments, make treatment recommendations, create treatment plans and goals, provide guidance to caregivers, and supervise the treatment team.

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Compassionate RBTs

A registered behavior technician (RBT) will be responsible for the direct care of your child.

The RBT will implement the goals created by the BCBA, directly teaching your child skills, implementing the behavior intervention plan, and more.

Does Your Child Qualify?

If your child has an autism diagnosis, it is worth exploring if Medicaid is an option for your family. Even if your income is above the Medicaid income limits, your child may still qualify, depending on your state’s guidelines. Get in touch today to see if your child may qualify.

Note: Even if you have private health insurance or have income above the federal Medicaid threshold, you may be able to obtain Medicaid coverage for your child with autism or other developmental delays. If your child is approved for Medicaid benefits, we may be able to bill Medicaid as secondary insurance. Medicaid may then cover the leftover costs after your primary insurance company is billed.

Also note: When using Medicaid for ABA therapy, it is important to stay on top of any requirements for re-authorization. You may need to complete steps for annual renewal. When you receive communication from your local Medicaid office, be sure to return communication before the deadline. A lag in coverage may affect your child’s ability to receive continued care.

Medicaid FAQ

How much does ABA therapy cost if I have Medicaid Insurance Coverage?

ABA therapy is generally covered at 100% with Medicaid coverage. Therefore, there should not be any out-of-pocket costs for Medicaid recipients.

How many hours will we be approved for?

The number of hours approved is individualized based on the needs of your child. Medicaid typically authorizes between 10 and 40 hours of ABA therapy per week.

Your child’s board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA) will first conduct an assessment to determine the child’s strengths and needs and identify goals. Based on this information, the BCBA will recommend a specified number of weekly hours.

We will then send a request to Medicaid for the recommended number of hours. Medicaid has the ability to return the request and suggest a different number of hours. However, your BCBA will advocate for the number of hours that are in the best interest of your child.