ABC at a Glance

February 1, 2017

 


Get to know The Applied Behavior Center for Autism

Celebrating 20 Years as Indiana’s Largest & Longest Running ABA Therapy Provider 
ABC has grown to be the largest and longest running ABA therapy provider in the state of Indiana. With 20 years under our belt, we are building brighter futures every day. We are now proud to offer 7 outpatient facilities throughout the state. This includes our Indy North Center, Early Childhood Center, Carmel Center, Indy West Center, Greenwood Center, Richmond Center and our Terre Haute Center. Each of our centers offers a unique blend of amenities including custom-crafted indoor gyms and individual therapy rooms.
Founded by an Autism Mother
ABC was founded in 1997 when CEO, Sherry Quinn’s son Michael was diagnosed with autism. At the time, autism was a rare diagnosis. In fact, Michael was the only child in his entire school district with autism. After doing extensive research, Sherry realized that Applied Behavior Analysis Therapy was the best possible treatment for her son. At the time, that service was not offered anywhere within the state of Indiana. Sherry set out to change that and The Applied Behavior Center for Autism was created!
Offering More than ABA Therapy
At ABC, we offer a wide variety of high-quality services. These include: ABA Therapy, Behavior Consulting, Diagnostic Testing, and Indoor Swim Lessons. We are also now enrolling services for speech and occupational therapy.
Specialized Programming for Teens & Adults
Our LIFE Program (Learning in Functional Environments) serves ages 10 and older. LIFE is a full-day program that uses the science of ABA to teach skills that promote independence and quality of life. Children and teens in this program learn to work on functional skills within a simulated home environment and real life, community-based settings. 
Important skills such as budgeting money, grocery shopping, peer interactions, doing laundry, hygiene and more are worked on within this program. 
Neurotypical Peer Interaction at the Early Childhood Center
Interactions between a child with autism and a typical peer often require less prompting, and are very rewarding. At the Early Childhood Center typical peers are present, and therapeutic opportunities for interaction are incorporated into many children’s individualized treatment plans.
We Provide Full Insurance Management Services (Free of Charge)
At ABC, we understand that there are several stresses and pressures that come with searching for the right services for your child. Sorting through insurance struggles should not be another stressor added to that list. Because of this, our trained team of experts handles all insurance processing on behalf of our clients. This is a service that we offer to all families completely free of charge.
Find us on social @ABCforAutism
To learn more visit us at www.AppliedBehaviorCenter.org or give us a call at 317-849-KIDS
 

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