Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) services

A dedicated partner for families during the care journey

Children and adults with ASD can thrive with help from family members, specialized clinical programs, and customized interventions.

ASD affects one in every 44 children in the United States,1 and every individual has varying levels of how they learn and see the world. Our services aim to bridge the gap between every person’s developmental needs and the appropriate treatment to enable the most meaningful outcomes.

Lines of business

  • Commercial
  • Employer
  • Medicaid
  • Medicare
  • Public sector

Compassionate services led by autism experts


Each person with ASD has diverse needs and abilities. As a result, each family has unique requirements. We’re prepared for that.

Our team includes board-certified behavioral analysts, applied behavioral analysis providers, care managers, and other medical specialists who work together to provide a comprehensive network of care. Their expertise, combined with abundant compassion, helps ensure everyone receives the care they need, when they need it.

We act as a compass to guide families


An autism diagnosis can bring additional challenges to families. Navigating the healthcare system to find empathetic and appropriate care can be difficult.

In addition to providing complete and integrated care coordination, we also help individuals and their families access important resources, such as:

  • Medication management
  • Experienced peer specialists.
  • Proactive planning for crisis situations.
  • Social and community support
  • Care coordination for other medical conditions.

Our program is rooted in results


We know that successful support means improving overall well-being.


Our coordination of applied behavioral analysis therapy has helped more than 8,000 individuals successfully reduce maladaptive behaviors while also decreasing treatment costs.2


improvement in language and communication


reduction in tantrums


success rate when transitioning care from facilities to home


reduction in tantrums

Learn more about our Autism Spectrum Disorder services

1 Center for Disease Control and Prevention: Data & Statistics on Autism Spectrum Disorder, (accessed December 2022):
2 Internal data, 2021-2022.