New Therapy Packages Offered In New York

Across the globe, the ever-increasing number of children diagnosed with autism continues to astound experts and the public alike. Densely populated urban regions such as the state of New York have experienced this impact the hardest. As one of the 26 states that require insurance coverage for treatment, New York harbors a wealth of related services, clinics and providers which are sought after by affected families living in the area and along the East Coast. For them, finding the most reliable and affordable services is a task almost as difficult as raising their children without them. That’s why the Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD), the most respected organization in autism treatment and research, has established an exciting opportunity for families living in New York.

The trusted and dedicated staff from the CARD branch offices of Rochester and Larchmont are now offering packages of exclusive products and services designed for effective treatment, training and evaluation. This six-month contract will provide the following services at a value of $1,000 per month:

  • CARD Supervision for seven hours per month, which includes therapy services and a 2-hour evaluation; available to families residing within 35 miles of a branch office.
  • Unlimited access to Skills™, a web-based program built with detailed assessment, curriculum and progress-tracking tools to help parents customize the perfect treatment plan for their child.
  • Two subscriptions for CARD eLearning™, an online 40-hour training course designed to teach families treatment methods through informative lesson modules.

For additional information about product pricing, contact Managing Supervisor Frank Lo Curto at (914) 833-1303, extension 12, or by email at: f.locurto@centerforautism.com.

To learn more about treatment services and upcoming events from CARD, visit www.centerforautism.com.

Want to know more about Skills and Card eLearning? Log on to www.skillsforautism.com today.

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