In-Home ABA Therapy and Parent Training - Applied Behavior Analysis, also known as ABA therapy, is an evidence-based therapy that targets the root causes of behaviors and provides a system of positive reinforcement (rewarding) solutions.
Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy - Bright Mosaic has partnered with MOST/DFW to provide occupational and speech-language therapies in our clinics. So, parents, say goodbye to driving to separate locations for the therapies your child may need!
Life Skills Training - People with autism live with varying levels of impairment, so the amount of life skills training each person needs will vary based upon their personal level of development. Guided participation in public helps improve general skills that can be applied in settings like school and work. For example, waiting patiently in line, speaking at a proper volume, staying within an adult’s line of sight, etc.
Community Outings - Community outings give those with autism the chance to practice socialization, physical awareness, and promote generalization of skills in the “real world.”
Respite - On select afternoons, weekends, and holidays, Bright Mosaic opens its doors to clients and siblings.
Workshops - On other weekends, our Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs) and other guest speakers host informational events about autism, therapy methods, and general parenting tips. These weekend workshops resemble parent training sessions, but these usually occur at local libraries and other public spaces so the entire community can attend.
We are in-network with Aetna, BCBS, Cigna, Magellan, and Tricare. We have worked with United Healthcare in the past as an out-of-network provider. Medicaid is not accepted. Some families choose to go the private pay route - rates / hour vary depending on severity of symptoms and the hours per week requested.
If a family plans to pay through insurance, we must have a diagnosis of autism that was diagnosed by a non-school professional, such as a pediatrician, psychologist, or neurologist.
Waiting list depends on the area and whether or not a family is willing to do in-home therapy. For in-home therapy, there is virtually no waiting list, other than the 4-6 weeks it typically takes to acquire paperwork, conduct our initial assessment of the child, create an individualized treatment plan, get approval from insurance, then schedule a start date based on staffing availability.
During COVID-19, we are urging families to opt for in-home services. We do have some children currently attending out 2 Denton facilities, but we are reserving that for clients who cannot have a parent at home during business hours (required for in-home services).