We are here to help. Autism Care Partners exists to support individuals with ASD by providing excellent clinical care as well as through assisting families to coordinate benefits / services.

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We provide evidence-based, outcomes-oriented therapy that celebrates each individual’s uniqueness while working towards specific behavioral goals. Quality ABA therapy is the cornerstone of our organization, however, as a full partner, our support goes well beyond the provision of ABA itself.

Evidence-Based Practices

Early and intensive ABA has been proven to lead to improvements in behavioral and social skills. We develop individualized care plans that are focused on measuring outcomes to demonstrate these results.

Transitions in Care

Through our partnerships, we offer comprehensive treatment plans that span the traditional gaps in care and enables seamless linkages between our clinical programs. Once early intervention services end, we are able to maintain the continuity of care for individuals on the autism spectrum. Our insurance-based program offers diagnostics evaluations, behavior assessments, and behavioral interventions through applied behavioral analysis.

Parent and Caregiver Support

A diagnosis and the ensuing treatment needs can be stressful. Our network provides a range of family supports focused on guiding parents and caregivers through what is too often a difficult process – from hosted support groups, individual Service Coordination to recommended media and readings.

Financial Guidance and Commitment

We understand that services can be difficult to pay for and we are committed to providing clear pathways and easy access to our services. Our goal is to ensure that every individual can attain the care they need in the most cost-effective manner possible.

If you believe your child might be experiencing symptoms related to autism, take our assessment survey.

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Who We Serve

Our programs are designed to serve individuals with ASD and other behavior-related needs. If you are looking for an evaluation, have recently received a diagnosis, or are simply interested in learning more about ABA, please reach out to us.

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Our network spans the Northeastern United States and serves families throughout a variety of programs, including Early Intervention and commercial insurance reimbursement programs. Our partner organizations are committed to providing services that utilize an engaging family-centered treatment approach, offering services in the patient’s home, community setting, or one of our many center-based treatment locations.  If you are unsure what programs you may qualify for, we are here to help, please contact us and we can discuss your specific care needs.

In addition to the clinical services offered to our patients, Autism Care Partners’ partner organizations lead multiple initiatives dedicated to the personal and educational support of our patient’s families and friends. These include:

  • Center-Based Parent and Guardian Workshops
  • Roundtable Discussions / Support Groups

Service Resources

For parents, families, friends, and all other affected by an autism diagnosis and treatment, please find the following resources:


NY and RI-specific financial/governmental information

Other Resources

Helpful Website Links

Parent Survey

Are you concerned about a child or family member’s development?

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Please fill out the questionnaire below and a member of our team will follow up with you. Please note – No patient-identifying information will be requested or shared via the below survey:

Modified Checklist for Autism in Toddlers, Revised with Follow-Up (M-CHAT-R/F)™

The primary goal of the M-CHAT-R is to maximize sensitivity, meaning to detect as many cases of ASD as possible. Therefore, there is a high false positive rate, meaning that not all children who score at risk will be diagnosed with ASD.

Please answer these questions about your child. Keep in mind how your child usually behaves. If you have seen your child do the behavior a few times, but he or she does not usually do it, then please answer no. Please select yes or no for every question. Thank you very much.

Thank you for submitting your survey! We will reach out to you within 48 hours to discuss the results and what they mean, and will answer any questions you may have about next steps.

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Interested in learning more about our services or have a question about how we can help you and your family? Reach out to our team of behavioral health professionals for answers. We're here to help guide you through every step of the process.