At StarBright, we have reopened with mindful consideration for keeping everyone safe and healthy in the face of the novel coronavirus. Our guidelines to maintain a clean and safe environment for all include:
Physical Distancing including modified drop-off, pick-up, and mealtime procedures
Hygiene and Cleaning
We at StarBright ABA are committed to maintaining a safe environment where children can flourish. This requires open communication and teamwork. We will continue to follow the guidelines of New York State and the CDC.
Procedures and Policies
Our ABA Program Intake Packet is full of useful information and important intake documents, which allow us to best serve you. The packet includes:
What is ABA?
Policies and Procedures
Referral, Diagnosis Evaluation, and Insurance Form
Thank you for the trust that you are placing in us to assist you and your family. We understand that some of these forms may be challenging, time consuming, and in places redundant. We want you to know that the more information we have the better we will be able to assist you and your family. If at any time in this process you have questions please contact us.
Parent Intake Form
This packet, to be completed by the child's parent/guardian, includes many informational notices and forms. Some of these include:
Frequently Asked Questions
ABA Policies and Procedures
Health Information Rights
Rules and Regulations
We hope that you will select StarBright ABA to help you meet the needs of your child. If you have any questions, please contact us. We look forward to meeting you and your child.
If you do not see your Insurance provider listed please call
Any insurance plan that uses Beacon Health Options and Beacon Health Strategies as their mental health administrator is accepted.
In November 2011, Governor Andrew Cuomo signing into law new requirements that compel health insurance companies to provide coverage for the treatment of individuals with autism. New York is the 29th state to enact such a legislation, which requires insurers to cover diagnosis and treatment for Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). This law went into effect on November 2012 and opens the door for families to obtain services that have been previously deemed medically unnecessary.
Most of our clients receive insurance reimbursement for the services provided. This varies greatly according to your plan, as well as your child’s diagnosis. Benefits for ABA services require authorization and confirmation. The list provided does not constitute automatic benefit coverage.