Continuity of care for your patients and expertise you can trust.
The average age of diagnosis for a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is 4+ years old, but the evidence shows that parents may detect developmental concerns 2 years sooner (Gorden-Lipkin, 2016). This delay is a missed opportunity to begin therapy to maximize the child’s skills acquisition and quality of life.
Our Mission is to help every child succeed. We coordinate timely access to diagnostic evaluations and provide home-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy. We collaborate with other providers through frequent and high-value communication, and we proactively connect families with additional resources beneficial to the family’s personalized care plan.
When to Make a Referral
- Results of a child’s MCHAT screening is “risk for autism”
- A child’s parents suspect a developmental delay with symptoms consistent with autism
- A child has received an autism diagnosis and the parents are considering behavioral therapy
- A child is on a wait list for a diagnostic evaluation or behavioral therapy
- A family could benefit from a complimentary consultation with a Licensed Child Psychologist regarding their child’s development
What to Expect with Ascend Behavior Partners
The path to life-changing therapy is easier than you think!
Attentive Behavior Therapy
FAST TRACK INTAKE
Continuity of Care
Families experience a courteous and professional process from the moment of referral. We help ensure continuity of care and are committed to a timely response so families can get the answers and help they need.
We accept most major insurances (including Medicaid in Colorado) and take care of the entire benefit verification, authorizations, and billing process so families can focus on their child’s care.
High Performing Therapy
Children with ASD learn 40% more effectively with ABA Therapists with 10+ years experience? Every child benefits from treatment as early as possible, and interaction with an experienced therapist is measurably more effective.
Do you serve children with autism?
Join our Preferred Provider Network
About Our Network
Our Preferred autism Provider Network is an extensive network of local providers with demonstrated training and experience serving children with autism and their families. Providers in our Network exceed strict professional and medical qualifications for the services they provide and understand the unique needs and experiences of families living with autism. They share in our commitment to provide compassionate and professional care, and we work together to ensure smooth transitions of care.
We are looking for:
- Licensed Child Psychologists
- Developmental & Primary Care Pediatricians
- Board Certified Behavior Analysts
- SLPs, OTs, PTs
- Individual and Family Counselors
- I am licensed and credentialed to provide medical and/or behavioral health services per the requirements of my jurisdiction and funding sources.
- I am a member of a national organization within my field of specialty.
- I have a minimum of 5 years of experience in the diagnosis and/or treatment of autism spectrum disorders.
- I attend at least one conference or other professional meeting per year for educational and training purposes.
- I meet required annual continuing education requirements to maintain my licensure.
- I confirm there have never been any ethical, legal, or professional malpractice claims, etc. brought against me.