• Lanham TI & Day Site - 301-850-1148
  • Silver Spring TI & Day Site - 301-658-1986
  • Clarksburg TI & Day Site - 301-691-1148
  • Washington DC DDS Center - 202-990-2290
  • Potomac Autism Waiver TI Site - 301-691-5256
  • Waldorf Autism Waiver TI Site - 301-850-1148
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Effective January 1, 2017, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene will cover medically necessary Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy services for Maryland Medical Assistance enrolled members under the age 21. View All

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  • Using Social Scripts for Autism

    Social scripts or social stories are an effective way to teach people with autism how to behave in a certain social situation or different activities. Teaching social skills should be embedded within natural routines for the teaching to be most effective. However, many individuals require pre-teaching, outside the context of the routine, for initial skill acquisition. Social Scripts are an effective way we can provide pre-teaching. Developing social stories is a great topic to discuss with your BCBA staff.
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  • Enroll in the Maryland A.B.L.E Act

    Maryland ABLE accounts are a new way to help individuals with disabilities save money and pay for qualified disability-related expenses without jeopardizing state or federal means-tested benefits such as SSI or Medicaid U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (Maryland helped sponsor the A.B.L.E. Act legislation back when he was in the U.S. House of Representative). With this new legislation, individuals with disabilities will enjoy more independence, greater financial security and better quality of life save/put aside money for healthcare-related expenses.
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  • Outpatient Dental Care for Patients with Special Needs

    Looking for an outpatient dental care for your loved one with special needs?
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  • Tips for a Successful Haircut

    Haircuts can sometimes be difficult for people with autism. The challenges can range from sensory issues to anxiety about what will happen during the haircutting process
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  • Autism Speaks Website

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  • Pathways for Autism

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  • The ARC

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  • RISE for Autism

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