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Telehealth Services Available Now for ABA-Based Behavioral Therapy

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Telehealth Services Available Now for ABA-Based Behavioral Therapy

March 24, 2020

For children with autism and other developmental disabilities, continuity of care is essential to the success of your child’s therapy, and ABA-based behavioral therapy is considered to be medically necessary.

To help keep your child’s program on track during these uncertain times, we want you to know that:

  • California Psychcare has been providing ABA-based behavioral treatment services via telehealth for several years.
  • All California Psychcare clinical supervisors are trained and ready to deliver these services to your child immediately.
  • We are accepting new telehealth referrals across all funding sources (insurance companies, health plans, regional centers) for all California Psychcare locations.
  • For more information or to request these services for your child, please call us at 818.474.1514.
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