YOUR SERVICES: COVERED

PAYING FOR ABA THERAPY

WE ACCEPT MOST PRIVATE 

INSURANCE PLANS

We have worked hard to establish relationships with most major Private Insurance providers, and we are always working on building more. Our aim is to take the burden off of the families in any way that we can, and extend our services to as many as we can. From diagnosis all the way through the start of services, we are there for our families every step of the way, and that includes all of the necessary healthcare coverage checks and obtaining the proper authorizations to begin therapy. Click below to give us just a little bit of info that we'll take along the way!

*Depending on the service area where your family lives, InBloom may or may-not be participating or in the insurance companies shown.

 

STATE & GOVERNMENT

SUPPORT

We know that Private Insurance is not the only way for families to afford quality healthcare, and that applies to ABA Therapy as well. We also are able to accept Tricare East, Colorado Medicaid, Florida Medicaid & MassHealth. Check your eligibility now by clicking the link!

 
 

PRIVATE GRANTS & ADDITIONAL SUPPORT

Whether or not you have insurance coverage, you may qualify for a private grant or additional financial support! Click the colored links for additional information about each. Many of our clients have benefited from all!

Act Today awards grants of up to $5,000 with priority given to families with household incomes less than $100,000. Funding may be used for ABA, speech therapy, OT, meds and home safety devices. Check the ACT Today website for quarterly grant deadlines.

The foundation offers grants of up to $1,000 for ABA therapy for those meeting financial guidelines.

The foundation provides access to medical-related services that enhance a child’s life and which are not fully covered by the available commercial health benefit plan.

The McKay Scholarships for Students with Disabilities Program, originally created in 1999, provides scholarships for eligible students with disabilities to attend an eligible public or private school of their choice.