LifeLong Interventions

Struggling with your child’s challenging behavior?

Want your loved one to build language and social skills
to better connect to family and peers?

Have a teenager or adult who would benefit from frequent, high
quality instruction to improve daily living skills or academic readiness?

Want to receive training in your home to help you to teach
your child new skills?

 

LifeLong Interventions from ASNC’s Clinical Department

The Autism Society of North Carolina offers LifeLong Interventions, comprehensive treatment for children, youth, and adults with Autism Spectrum Disorder. ASNC has been the leading resource for individuals and families affected by autism for more than 45 years.

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Why is LifeLong Interventions the best option for my loved one? LifeLong Interventions is rooted in the principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and involves intensive teaching and training using evidence-based practices to promote appropriate skills and behaviors in the home, school, and community.

Who can receive this treatment? Clients can be any age and any skill level. LifeLong Interventions is offered in the Triangle (Durham, Franklin, Orange, and Wake counties) and greater Charlotte areas, with expansion planned.

How can I pay for LifeLong Interventions? ASNC is an in-network provider for many insurers, including BCBS-NC, Aetna, and United Healthcare, as well as the NC State Health Plan for Teachers and State Employees. (Click here for a list of employers that cover autism treatment.) We also provide treatment through private-pay arrangements.

Who provides the treatment? Psychologists and Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) develop and directly oversee the intervention programs. All psychologists and BCBAs operate under the guidance of ASNC’s Clinical Director, Dr. Aleck Myers. Direct 1:1 training is provided by registered behavior technicians who work under the direct supervision of our psychologists and BCBAs.