Unlocking Potential, Together
Navigating the complex autism therapy landscape can be overwhelming for families. At Island Cove Behavioral Pediatrics, we partner with families to provide comprehensive and effective services that meet the unique needs and strengths of each individual. We offer personalized support and resources to help families make informed decisions about their loved one’s care, and we are committed to achieving the best possible outcomes for every individual we serve.
How it Works
We are excited for you to take the first step. We look forward to connecting with you to learn more about your specific situation and supporting you throughout the process.
On our initial call, we will discuss your current challenges and answer any questions you have. We will and share about ICBP’s approach to supporting families.
During this part of the process, we will conduct an assessment using formal and informal methods. We will look to determine medical necessity, program placement, identify strengths and areas of need.
If you have already spoken to our team, please take a moment to fill out our initial intake form by clicking the button below,
Collaboration is pivotal to your loved one’s success. We work with families and caregivers to identify goals and creating a roadmap to reach them.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is your waitlist?
This is one of the most common questions we get. The answer will depend primarily on a few variables: whether you are seeking services in home or in clinic, time of day your child is available, and availability of our clinicians. Please fill out our form here (link to form at bottom of page) and we will reach out within 48 hours
How long is a typical session?
A successful ABA therapy sessions includes many elements, including a warm up portion at the beginning, time dedicated to acitivities focused on making progress on goals in a child’s treatment plan, and a cool down portion for a smooth transition at the conclusion of a session. Our sessions typically last 3 to 3.5 hours, occassionally reaching 4 hours. Learners can do two sessions back to back in the home or in the clinic; however, in this case we would have two different individuals providing direct therapy, one for each session.