Our services help families address symptoms that affect an individual’s quality of life. Symptoms of Autism may include:
- Intellectual disability
- Delayed Speech
- Uncoordinated motor skills
- Repetitive body movement
- Lack of eye contact
- inability to communicate effectively
If you are new to the world of autism treatment , we start out by determining your eligibility with your insurance company. Once eligibility is confirmed, a behavioral analysis is conducted, and a treatment plan is designed. Then, a Registered Behavior Technician will implement the treatment plan on an ongoing basis.
Our Resource Center contains a list of professional colleagues in our field who we recommend to our families looking for additional services. Please check back with us frequently; this list is always developing as we continue to develop professional relationships with others.
Community Assistance Resources and Extended Services, Inc. (CARES)
465 Grand Street, Second Floor
New York, NY 10002
CARES can help you with OPWDD eligibility and access to respite, community habilitation, counseling, parent training, and more.
New York Special Needs Support
Sarah is an extremely knowledgeable parent advocate and special needs adviser who refers to her career as “the most fulfilling work.”
The Law Office of Elisa Hyman, P.C.
16 Madison Square West, 12th Floor
a/k/a 1115 Broadway, 12th Floor
New York, NY 10010
Office Phone: 212-293-8686
Office Fax: 212-293-8685
Aeri works with low income families in obtaining Applied Behavior Analysis services and more appropriate school placements
Our team at Helping Hands ABA offers continuous one-to-one ABA instruction for individuals on the Autism Spectrum in the home-based setting. We also offer social skills training, parent training, and family support groups. Parental support allows parents to manage their stress more effectively and become an active member in their child’s treatment program. Our goal is to help parents create a positive and enriched home environment for their child.
Helping Hands ABA has partnered with Special Olympics and formed their own sports team! Special Olympics offers authentic and credible sport training and competitions to athletes of all ages and skill levels as well as health and fitness resources and opportunities. Please email email@example.com if you are interested in getting involved.
Helping Hands ABA has joined the family support network, SIBS Club. SIBS club provides family and sibling support groups to help adjust to having a child with autism. Please reach out to us if you would like additional information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our team members at Helping Hands all have a background in ABA and attend professional development workshops on various topics such as behavior management, teaching techniques, assessments, and many others. Every staff member, from our billing department to our marketing team have worked with individuals with Autism.