Trusty Behavioral Services provides Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) services to children with autism and other intellectual or developmental disabilities ranging from 2 to 21 years old. Our services target many different treatments areas including teaching new skills and reducing challenging behaviors. Some of the treatment areas we address include:
- Communication skills
- Conversational skills
- Eye Contact
- Playing with peers
- Making friends
- Following instructions
- Personal hygiene
- Sensory challenges
- Highly restricted interests
- Inflexibility with routines
Where do we provide services?
We offer services in a clinic as well as in the comfort of your own home or your local community. We serve a large area around metro Atlanta so contact us to find out if we serve your area. Our clinic within The Elaine Clark Center offers families the option to enroll their child in daycare and additional services all at the same location they receive ABA therapy.
Who provides the service?
All patients have a Behavior Analyst that oversees all aspects of treatment in addition to an ABA Technician that will provide the 1:1 direct therapy. All of our staff are credentialed by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board. Our Behavior Analysts are all Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and our Technicians are Registered Behavior Technicians (RBT).
Our staff are our greatest asset so we take pride in making sure they are equipped to deliver services that result in high levels of patient satisfaction. All staff undergo rigorous background checks, CPR training, Professional Crisis Management Training, and ongoing continuing education and development beyond what is required for their credentialing.
What does treatment look like?
Services begin with comprehensive assessments completed by the BCBA to determine your child’s individual needs. All treatment is directed by a highly individualized treatment plan that focuses on your child’s strengths, deficits, and preferences.
The RBT works one-on-one directly with your child to teach him or her the skills outlined in the treatment plan. The RBT will also work to reduce any problematic or challenging behaviors that your child may exhibit. In addition to direct therapy, the BCBA will provide parent training so you can help your child generalize the skills he/she learned during therapy.
What types of payment do we accept?
We are in-network with Aetna, Amerigroup, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Caresource, Georgia Medicaid, Optum/United Behavioral Health, Peachstate, Tricare, and Wellcare. Contact us so we can help you determine if your insurance covers our services. If not, we accept private pay or will try to obtain a single case agreement with your insurance.
How do you get started?
Contact us so we can verify that your insurance covers our services. After verifying coverage, most insurance plans require a pre-authorization before we can complete an assessment. We will request the authorization from your insurance on your behalf. Once insurance notifies us of the pre-authorization then we can schedule an intake assessment right away.