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How to Keep Your ABA Practice Running During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has interrupted many sectors of the economy, including many ABA therapy offices that are now grappling with the question of whether to retain their employees and stay open. Fortunately, there are various federal government relief programs as well as other resources that can help small businesses like therapy practices weather this storm. We’ve compiled a list of resources that may help your ABA therapy office stay in business in the next few months.

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5 Questions on Telehealth: ABA Therapy in the Time of COVID-19

For this session of the ABA Community Chat, we were joined by Dr. Joy Pollard, Co-founder and CEO of Clinical Operations at Behavior Change Institute. Dr. Pollard has been working in the area of telemedicine or telehealth practices for the past seven years. Her own clinical practice is focused on the delivery of service through telehealth modalities in homeschool and residential settings. As a subject matter expert on telehealth guidelines for the Council for Autism Service Providers (CASP) she gives great insight into how practitioners can continue providing care during the COVID epidemic.

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What ABA Practitioners Should Know About EVV (Electronic Visit Verification)

Disclaimer: This blog is purely for informational purposes and should not be used in lieu of federal and state regulatory

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CAQH: How Does it Impact Your ABA Practice? - WebABA Blog
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CAQH: How Does it Impact Your ABA Practice?

Understanding CAQH as an ABA Therapist Anyone running their own practice can tell you: they spend entirely more time than

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New ABA CPT Codes Going into Effect in 2019

Understanding the New Adaptive Behaviors CPT Codes The American Medical Association CPT® Editorial Panel has released eight new Category I

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An Update on Insurance Coverage for Autism Spectrum Disorder

At Amvik Solutions, we know that there are challenges for children and adults living with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Thankfully,

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