Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

We’re a team of experienced professionals dedicated to your child’s success.

ABA is evidenced-based therapy that has two primary areas of focus: Skill Building and Behavior Support. We take socially significant skills and break them down into smaller components that we teach until mastery and then continue to build upon them. These skills are taught through play and incorporate your child’s interests. Strengths are expanded upon and deficits or areas of need are addressed to provide your child with the skills needed to be successful in their environment.

During your child’s initial intake, the MAC clinical team will meet with you and your child to identify areas of strength, concerns, and goals for your child. Following this assessment, the clinical team, in collaboration with the recommendation made from your child’s prescribing physician, will recommend the number of hours of ABA therapy per week. Typically, a range of 28-35 hours per week is recommended based on the number and type of treatment goals addressed in therapy.

No, our in-clinic programs run year-round Monday-Friday. The Day Program is between the hours of 8am-5pm.

    • If your child is 2-6 years of age they qualify for our Day Program

The MAC Clinical team will work with you to develop a transition plan for your child. Based on progress and goals of treatment, this may include a systematic transition plan to a different service provider.

We do not currently have an OT/ST/PT therapist on staff. We will collaborate with your current therapist to incorporate goals into your child’s treatment plan.

We have a referral network of physicians that can evaluate for ASD.

    Our Day Program for children ages 2 through 6 years old is offered in all our clinic locations:
    Allentown, PA, Bethlehem, PA, Bloomsburg, PA, Easton, PA, Frederick, MD, Gaithersburg, MD, Harrisburg, PA, Mechanicsburg, PA, Pittston, PA, Shamokin Dam, PA, Silver Spring, MD, Sugarloaf, PA, Wyomissing, PA.

    We currently do not work with a transportation company. We rely on the parent or guardian to drop off and pick up.

    We will need a copy of your child’s initial ASD diagnostic report, copy of insurance card(s), and subscriber form (if applicable). We will also provide you with a written order to be completed with your doctor and with consents to obtain information forms for your child’s primary care physician and diagnosing doctor.

    Before starting services, we will complete a verification of benefits with your insurance provider. Our clinic coordinators will then set up a call to go over any out-of-pocket costs with you.

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