Now serving Ventura County, CA, Kern County, CA and 13 counties in Michigan - Washtenaw County, Livingston County, Saginaw County, Bay County, Clinton County, Eaton County, Ingham County, Shiawassee County, Iosco County, Ogemaw County, Oscoda County, Kalamazoo County, and St. Clair County.
ABA Pathways designs personalized treatment plans to meet every individual’s unique needs. Programs are based on assessment information, and carefully designed on the principles of learning and behavior. All treatment programs consist of target behavior and data collection procedures that are implemented and analyzed by a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) to determine treatment efficacy.
We ensure program effectiveness by conducting bi-weekly team meetings, regularly reviewing every child’s program data, observing current instructional programs, and conducting parent and instructor training. Consultation from a BCBA will occur frequently, depending on the needs, to assure treatment integrity.
ABA Pathways offers the following services in the clinic, home, community, and school settings. Please click on any of the below services for further explanation.
Center-based services are those that are provided on-site at an ABA Pathways Autism Center, rather than in the home, school, or community.
Our center-based model is designed to promote growth in many facets of development including but not limited to play skills, social interaction, skill acquisition, and self- management skills.
The interior design of our facilities offers a fun, welcoming environment where learning and social interaction occur more naturally.
Benefits of a center-based program include:
Social skills: Opportunities to target social and language skills with peers, and participate in play-based therapy during structured group activities.
Generalization: An increased generalization of learned skills with other trained behavior technicians and clinicians.
School Readiness: Individuals will participate in simulated classroom routines such as lining up, circle time, group instruction, lunchtime, playground play and going to the restroom.
Training & Supervision: More interaction between the individual and the BCBA/QBHP clinician. Immediate support and training for your behavior technician team.
Clinician Collaboration: ABA Pathways clinicians collaborate with each other to improve your loved one's program. Learners benefit from face-to-face interactions with multiple experienced clinicians.
Consistency of Services: Substitution by a skilled behavior technician or clinician in the event a team member needs to request time off. Coordinated team member transitions and breaks to ensure students are engaged and learning at all times.
Center-based services may increase opportunities to jumpstart new skills and interactions, many of which are provided by having your loved one in a shared space with other individuals.
Visit our Locations page to find an ABA Pathways Autism Center near you.
It’s a fact – Life’s not always easy – and there’s a good chance you’re thinking this is an understatement.
Ok, so you’ve been given a diagnosis, you’re doing your research and you’ve found us. You might even be thinking you might like to contact us, but you know it’s going to be expensive (it always is, isn’t it?) and you don’t know how you’re going to pay us. Let us suggest some possibilities.
We are in-network with:
If you don’t see your insurance company on our list, please give us call, we may have added them.
Community Mental Health –
We are a provider for Medicaid through Community Mental Health in Michigan, serving Saginaw County, Ingham County, Eaton County, Clinton County, Washtenaw County, Iosco County, Ogemaw County, Oscoda County, Kalamazoo County, St. Clair County, and Shiawassee County!
Beacon Health Strategies–Gold Coast Health Plan in Ventura County, CA.
If you don’t see your county listed and you are interested in our services, please don’t hesitate to call. We may have added new counties and are always interested in helping in new areas. Additionally, you may be able to access the Child Waiver Program and Vouchers system. We can help you navigate your way.
Private Pay – We accept cash, checks, credit cards, debit cards, care cards, and if none of those work for you talk to us about payment plans.