We value diversity and seek equity. We serve all communities, including many that are often underserved and under-resourced.
As clinical research and resources aligned to extend care beyond toddler years, ACP launched a private insurance-reimbursed program designed to improve coordination, consistency, and availability of care for all individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
In 2018, we launched our first center-based program that further expanded our capabilities by allowing increased socialization opportunities and customization of treatment plans. Our center-based programs ensure that we meet our clients’ unique needs in the most appropriate treatment setting possible.
Through our comprehensive operating approach, we seek to be the best partner to families and individuals impacted by ASD. The ACP family has grown into an autism services industry leader by uniting with partner organizations and collaborating with local partners to improve care coordination while ensuring that each client, and their family, receives the support necessary to reach their goals.
The home, often considered the most familiar and comfortable environment, allows clients, families, and providers to focus on individual behavioral milestones in a familiar learning environment.
ACP operates multiple center-based programs which offer a unique, classroom-oriented approach to treatment. In addition to individual skill development, the centers enable our therapists to work on socialization goals as well.
Clients may experience behavioral challenges in unique settings, such as libraries, markets, or restaurants. Our providers can work with your family to develop care plans specifically tailored to address concerns related to community locations.
Empowering families to reach their potential through early diagnosis and exceptional, innovative, interdisciplinary care.
PhD, BCBA, LBA
Chief of Regional Service Delivery
MS, BCBA, LBA
Regional Clinical Director, Mid-Atlantic
Clinical Director, Early Intervention NY
Vice President, Clinical Programming and Quality Improvement
BCBA, LBA, M.Ed
Regional Clinical Director,
Autism Care Partners
Regional Clinical Director
Cathy has 23 years of experience as an ASAH certified and licensed Speech Language Pathologist and 15 years of experience as a Board Certified and licensed Behavior Analyst. She has experience in public schools, private ABA schools, and working with families and school districts as a practitioner and consultant in private practice. Since joining Autism Bridges, now Autism Care Partners, in 2010, Cathy has served many roles, such as Supervising Behavior Analyst, Managing BCBA, and Regional Clinical Director. In her new role as the Vice President of Clinical Programming and Quality Improvement, Cathy is responsible for developing and monitoring standards of care to the highest level for intensive and focused programs across the company. In addition, she is responsible for developing quality programming with a strong emphasis on language and communication. Cathy’s educational experience includes a BS in Early Childhood Education/Family Counseling and Communication Disorders from the University of NH, an MS in Communication Disorders from the University of NH, and an EdS in Behavior Analysis from Simmons University. She has completed her doctoral coursework at Simmons University. She was a founding board member of NHABA, serving as Vice President for two terms. She has presented workshops and poster presentations at local and national conferences.
Courtney is a board certified and licensed behavior analyst. She has been working in the field since 2013 and is passionate about ABA and the growth of her clients. She worked as a Managing BCBA in the North region and later became the North Regional Clinical Director. Courtney earned her bachelor’s degree from Lesley University and received her master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis from Simmons University. As the North Regional Clinical Director Courtney oversees clinical delivery within the North Region.