Who We Are

Early Autism Services (EAS) provides individualized home-based ABA therapy (Applied Behavior Analysis) for children with autism and their families.

We take pride in our decade of history in developing and implementing effective, high-quality ABA therapy programs. We draw on this expertise, while also relying on the ever growing body of research surrounding effective autism treatment.

Before we build a program for a child, we first meet with the child, and the family to assess and understand their individual needs. From there we design a personalized plan to help them learn the skills that they will need.

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Meet Our Team

Early Autism Services is a team of highly trained BCBAs, Therapists and Behavior Technicians who have all committed their live’s to helping children with autism. Our team’s primary concern is your child’s success. We carry this commitment through from our hiring process, to our model of ongoing supervision.  We aim to maintain a culture of accountability and support so that our staff’s main focus is always on providing the highest quality treatment for your child.   

Mission and Values at EAS

We strive to ensure everything we do reflects our company’s Core Purpose: To make high quality behavioral therapy available for all children with special needs, while adhering to our core values.  Our four core values at EAS are:

  • Make decisions empirically at all levels
  • Be accessible and supportive
  • Respect the individual
  • Grow alongside both the client and staff

We accept all major forms of insurance coverage:

Tell us what kind of insurance you have; chances are we accept it.  If not, we will help you understand what options you have. Click on the link below to learn more about how can help you navigate your insurance coverage.

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