Behavior Frontiers Now In-Network Provider for United Behavioral Health

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Services For Autism Now Covered by Insurance

Behavior Frontiers, a non public agency offering solutions to help children with autism and other special needs using state-of-the-art applied behavior analysis (ABA) training and treatment programs, is now an in-network provider for United Behavioral Health who provides plans covering applied behavior analysis benefits (ABA) for their members with autism spectrum disorders.

Under this new coverage, families will be provided with custom ABA treatment plans delivered by Behavior Frontiers' knowledgeable and highly trained clinical staff members using accurate and results-driven ABA methods to improve the quality of life for children and their families.

"ABA methods have been supported by hundreds of scientific studies spanning the past five decades and have been found to be effective by numerous agencies and organizations," says Behavior Frontiers Founder, Helen Mader, M.A., B.C.B.A., and "we are honored to have the opportunity to provide this necessary ABA treatment to help improve the lives of families who have children with autism spectrum disorder."

If your child receives benefits from a United Behavioral Health plan, please contact Behavior Frontiers Helen Mader at 888-922-2843 asap and we will help to verify whether your child qualifies for ABA services.

Behavior Frontiers offers solutions to help children with autism and other special needs reach their potential using our state-of-the-art applied behavior analysis (ABA) training and treatment programs. Our innovative ABA training program is designed to help professionals and parents confidently and effectively use research-based ABA methods to help children achieve their goals. Additionally, our ABA treatment program is delivered by Behavior Frontiers' knowledgeable and highly-trained clinical staff members using accurate and results-driven ABA methods to improve the quality of life for children and their families.