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Epicenter ABA Therapy

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Person: Mark Shankman
Phone: 216.508.4050
Email: intake@epicenteraba.com
Website: https://www.epicenteraba.com/

4949 Galaxy Parkway Suite W
Warrensville Heights, OH 44128

Public insurance, Private insurance, Private Pay, Scholarships, Fee

*Clinic opening Fall of 2020

Epicenter uses a unique, collaborative, individualized approach specializing in Evidence Based Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy (ABA) to help clients diagnosed with Autism Spectrum

Disorder or other neurological disorders thrive in their environments.

Epicenter provides Applied Behavior Analysis services in the client's home, school, community, and vocational environments to teach and encourage independence, assure collaboration with parents and other professionals from whom your child is learning, while generalizing behaviors across the environments.

Clinic-based therapy is available beginning Fall 2020 to continue to close the developmental gap socially and academically, while supporting transitions between home and school environments.

Dedicated to providing the highest quality service, Epicenter provides ongoing training for their staff ensuring up-to-date, evidence-based behavioral interventions. Epicenter’s comprehensive assessments across a wider range of language abilities and higher-order language and cognition abilities promote generalization right from the start of treatment. Epicenter also uses the PEAK Relational Training assessment to demonstrate relationship to IQ, challenging behavior, expressive/receptive language, and benchmarking compared to neurotypical peers as early learners progress in their treatment.

Self-help skills are taught with behavioral needs in mind in collaboration with any necessary outside provider (i.e., toilet training, sleep routine, dressing, feeding, teeth brushing, hand washing, etc.).

*Accepts private pay, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Medical Mutual, Optum/United Health Care, United Health Care Community Plan, Caresource, Aetna, Single Case Agreements, Ohio Early Intervention and Autism Scholarship.

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