Do you need help?

Here is a list of frequently asked questions

Do you take insurance? If so, what kinds?

Yes! ECAC accepts many major insurance plans for ABA Therapy, including Blue Cross Blue Shield, United Health Care, Aetna, and Tricare. ECAC is not a Medicaid provider.

What is ABA therapy?

ABA Therapy is based on the science of behavior and is considered evidence-based treatment for individuals on the autism spectrum. Specifically, ECAC follows the Verbal Behavior (VB) approach to ABA, based on B.F. Skinner’s analysis of verbal behavior. ABA intervention is conducted in a one-to-one child-to-behavior technician ratio and focuses primarily on increasing communication and social skills, while decreasing problematic behaviors.

What is the autism prevalence rate?

According to the CDC, the current autism prevalence rate is 1 in every 36 children.

What is the FESUA Scholarship?

The Family Empowerment Scholarship for Unique Abilities (FESUA), through the Florida Department of Education, allows parents to personalize the education of their children by directing money toward a combination of programs/therapies. ECAC is approved to accept this scholarship. FESUA can be applied to tuition and therapy costs at ECAC. We recommend that all our families apply for this Florida scholarship by clicking on the link below. At times, there is a waiting list, so it is important to apply now for this upcoming school year. ECAC only accepts FESUA through Step up for Students so please use this link to apply.

What is the client portal?

The client portal is for easy access to paying bills, tracking your enrollment process, and signing forms.

How to enroll?

Contact us to enroll. Click here to go to the contact page.

What is the PikMyKid App?

We utilize an app called PikMyKid to facilitate the dismissal process and improve the safety of drop-off and pick-up of clients. Please view our PikMyKid procedures in this document for detailed information

How do I apply for a job at ECAC or ECLC?

Email resumes to our Office Manager at office@ecautismcenter.org.