Huntersville Autism Therapy Center
Through the coordinated effort of our Huntersville, NC team of diverse specialists, we improve the quality of life of every person touched by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental delays. Our job is to open your child’s world through a center-based therapy program, which introduces them to new environments and experiences.
Hopebridge360 is a one-of-kind comprehensive and coordinated treatment plan which provides a full range of professional services in one location for a child with autism, starting at 15 months of age. That means you can find the help you need without having to schedule multiple appointments in multiple locations.
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Serving the Autism Community of Huntersville, North Carolina
Navigating an Autism Diagnosis
Approaching a diagnostic evaluation can come with a lot of questions. Read a Hopebridge psychologist’s tips for families considering an autism assessment. Get to know what your options are and what to take away post-evaluation.
Is ABA Therapy Covered Under My Insurance? What Other Options Do I Have?
You might have questions about insurance coverage for autism therapy services. Hopebridge families have more than one path to obtain the care they need. Available coverage options include:
- Commercial Health Insurance
We accept a vast range of commercial insurance plans and work to constantly expand our relationships. Plus, our Care and Benefits Coordinators help facilitate the autism treatment coverage available through your plan.
Accessible care is part of our core vision, which is why we participate in Medicaid. If a child qualifies for Medicaid and the plan covers ABA therapy, there typically will not be out-of-pocket costs.
Hopebridge offers flexible, zero-percent interest payment plans to support out-of-pocket costs to our families through our partnership with CarePayment.
Early Behavior and Communication Challenges to Look for in Babies and Toddlers
The sound of the first cry. The first time the eyes blink open. The first tooth that pokes through. There are many ‘firsts’ parents look for, whether it be signs that the baby finally arrived, or developmental milestones as the kid grows. The firsts are exciting, but they aren’t everything. For a child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or developmental disabilities, some of these firsts might be missed.