What do we do?
Angelic Steps Therapy provides in-home ABA services for individuals diagnosed with developmental and/or learning disabilities. Angelic Steps Therapy recognizes the uniqueness of each individual, and conducts assessments for each individual in order to develop goals suitable for academic, social, emotional and functional living skill development.
Angelic Steps Therapy also provides school wide advocacy services and attend school related meetings such as 504, IEP, and BIP
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Did you know that Florida has an Autism Mandate requiring major insurance companies to cover the costs of ABA Services? If your child has a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder, research shows that Applied Behavior Analysis is the only evidence-based intervention for Autism. Research also shows that early intervention is key.
Angelic Steps Therapy is an In-Network Provider for most major insurance companies and also accepts Medicaid. Angelic Steps Therapy believes that all individuals should receive extraordinary quality of care.
If you suspect that your loved one may be at risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder, and/or ADHD, early ABA intervention is proven effective in managing characteristics of related diagnosis.
When Will Services Begin?
After initial contact has been made, a member of our team will schedule an in-person appointment. During this time, the needs of the family will be discussed and a course of action will be created.
HIPAA and Confidentiality will be discussed during this time.
Once the family has joined Angelic Steps Therapy, an assessment will be conducted by a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst. This will be submitted to the insurance company for approval, along with the number of hours requested.
Once approved, Angelic Steps Therapy will begin providing services using a team approach. Each family will have 1-2 therapists, along with a Board-Certified Behavior Analyst that will provide ongoing supervision. When necessary, services can be provided in the school.
In addition to ongoing supervision and provision of ABA services, monthly meetings will be held with the families in order to discuss treatment plans and progress.