What's Happening at Behavior Basics - June Edition

About a month ago we announced that we were opening a clinic location in Alexandria, VA. With our official opening right around the corner (June 8) we are so excited, we can't wait, so we are going to give you a little sneak peak of the clinic!

While we will continue to provide in-home and in-community services to our clients, we are also very excited about the opportunities our new clinic will allow us to offer. Our clients will be able to attend intensive ABA programs, group and social skills sessions; we'll have parent and family sessions; parent and staff training sessions; and in collaboration with A Place of Peace Counseling, we will soon begin offering services for adults as well! 

We are also excited to offer our Behavior Technicians, who are predominantly students at George Mason University pursuing their BCBA, an opportunity to work across multiple settings and become highly skilled Behavior Analysts who will be able to provide high quality services to clients in-home, community and in the clinic!

We are also happy to announce that we are now in-network with 8 insurance companies who provide coverage for ABA services for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, including Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, Carefirst Blue Cross Blue Shield, Cigna, Kaiser Permanente, Optum/United Healthcare, Medicaid (VA) and Tricare Autism Care Demonstration and as always continue accepting private pay as well.

Since our last post our staff has also continued to grow and we now have 7 wonderful Behavior Technicians serving almost the entire Northern Virginia and Washington, DC area and as we continue expanding, we hope to soon be serving Maryland as well.

As we continue to grow, we are actively looking for more BCBAs to join our team, so if you are licensed in Virginia and/or Maryland, contact us!

We hope you enjoy the sneak peak of the clinic and are as excited as we are about everything that is happening at Behavior Basics!

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