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ABA Chicago, Inc

A For Profit Company
Last Update:3/27/2017
Contact:Selma Martinez
Address:30 E Huron St
Unit 1106
Chicago, IL 60611
County:Out of state
Phone:(855) 690-2192
Toll Free:
Fax:(888) 972-2192
ABA Chicago...20 years of Excellence in Autism Treatment! We provide home-based ABA therapy focused on a Verbal Behavior approach to teaching language skills.

Program Description
Each program is supervised by a BCBA with over 10 years of experience and who holds a Developmental Therapist credential. Your child's motivation is our #1 priority and maintaining direct communication with parents, along with parent/caregiver training aides in each child's progress. Skills addressed include: language (requesting, labeling, conversation), social skills, receptive language, imitation skills, and so much more.

Behaviors getting in the way of treatment with other providers? We work together with you, speech therapists, etc. to design a behavior intervention plan to address problem behaviors.

We provide services in NW Indiana, Chicagoland and the suburbs of Illinois. All therapists are local to your area and are either Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) or in the process of credentialing. Parents/caregivers are given online access to their child's records and data/graphs of progress 24/7.

Waitlist: Why have your child wait? If we can't service your child within 4-8 weeks, we will suggest another provider.
Blue Cross Blue Shield, Aetna, UnitedHealthcare/United Behavioral Health approved Autism Specialist provider Cigna... and others. Early Intervention (IL)- 1 of less than 20 approved ABA Early Intervention Providers! Yes, EI covers ABA in Illinois.

Most major insurance accepted.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
Counties Serviced
7172 Graham Road, Suite 100, Indianapolis, IN 46250 E-Mail:

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