Your Guide to Insurance Covered Autism Services

Explore our guided steps to secure insurance-based autism services for your child. With Rori Care, you’re not alone in navigating the complexities of insurance coverage.
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Step 1

Requesting Services from Rori Care

Begin by submitting a request for autism services through Rori Care's online form or by contacting our support team directly. This initial step ensures we gather all necessary information to assist you effectively.
Estimated Timeline: 1-3 business days
Step 2

Rori Verifies Your Insurance Coverage

Our team will review your insurance details to confirm coverage for autism services. We handle all communications with your insurance provider to verify eligibility and clarify any coverage details.
Estimated Timeline: 1-3 business days
Step 3

Pre-authorization for Behavioral Assessment

We obtain pre-authorization from your insurance company for a behavioral assessment. This step is crucial as it ensures that the assessment costs are covered under your plan.
Estimated Timeline: up to 2 weeks
Step 4

Initial Behavior Assessment to Create an Intake Report

A qualified behavior analyst will conduct an initial assessment of your child’s needs. Based on this evaluation, an Intake Report is created, outlining the recommended services and goals for therapy.
Estimated Timeline: 1-2 weeks
Step 5

Authorization for ABA Therapy Based on Intake Report

Using the Intake Report, we request authorization from your insurance provider for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy. This step secures funding and approval to commence the therapy sessions tailored to your child's needs for 3 to 6 months.
Estimated Timeline: 2-4 weeks
Step 6

Start of ABA Therapy

Once authorization is received, ABA therapy sessions can begin. Our team of dedicated therapists will work with your child to achieve the best possible outcomes, based on the personalized treatment plan.
Estimated Timeline: Immediately after approval

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