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We will work with your insurance provider to acquire proper authorization for ABA therapy services, ensuring that the process of new and renewal approvals are smooth to maintain consistent services.

For any other insurances not listed below, contact us for eligibility.

Private Pay


Provides medical grants to help children gain access to health-related services not covered, or not fully covered, by their family’s commercial health insurance plan. Families can receive up to $5,000 annually per child and do not need to have insurance through UnitedHealthcare to be eligible.

Autism Care Today provides funding assistance to families throughout the United States on a quarterly basis. Can Help your family with a grant up to $5,000 for Applied Behavior Analysis services.

First Hand accepts case grant applications for medical needs from the United States and through select international providers. Grants are income based and the grant could cover treatment, equipment, displacement, and even vehicle modification.

The Florida Tax Credit Scholarship Program (FTC) award scholarships to students from families with limited financial resources. Grants range from $6,815 for a scholarship awarded to a student for enrollment in an eligible private school; or $750 for a scholarship awarded to a student for enrollment in a Florida public school that is located outside the district in which the student resides.


You can always qualify for grants and scholarships, whether or not you have insurance coverage or if you are looking for ABA educational services

Helps you pay for a K-12 private school, based on financial need. The scholarships allow parents to find new learning environments for their children.

Parents can personalize the education of their pre-K-12 children with certain special needs by directing money toward a combination of approved programs and providers.

Parents with children in public schools to access services for their children in grades three through five who are having trouble reading.

Parents of children in public schools can find a new learning environment for their child who is being bullied or a victim of violence.

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