Acorn Health - ABA Autism Therapy, Counseling and Treatment

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Your child doesn’t see the world the same way as everyone else, and neither do we

Babies, toddlers, and youngsters have an extraordinary ability to change and adapt based on their experiences. The sooner we start, the more likely it is your child can grow up to enjoy an independent, meaningful life.

Acorn Health works with children as young as 18 months. We combine scientifically-validated Applied Behavior Analytics (ABA) best practices with pioneering next practices.

Acorn Health

Acorn Health accepts most major insurance plans.

The Acorn Approach

We’ve established best-in-class standards for ourselves and anyone who practices ABA

We studied the research and underlying evidence, and spoke with leading researchers and clinicians to understand what quality care should look like. With a Clinical Advisory Board of leaders in the field, we also established Acorn Health’s five foundational pillars and a bedrock principle: accountability.


We’re in
this together


Your child is
one of a kind


We are


What matters
is progress


We create
lasting change

ABA has 30 years of research, and we have a vision for the future

The goal: to help your child communicate and learn.


First, we uncover your child’s specific needs.

Therapy Plan

Designed in collaboration with you and others.

Skill Building

Your child’s activities of daily living are a priority.

Behavior Reduction

We help eliminate triggers and seek replacement behavior.

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How Acorn Health measures progress: our Behavioral Health Index

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Another New ABA Standard

With the consistent, evidence-based intervention of ABA, a child’s behavior, language and social interactions are all likely to improve. Acorn Health uses this “Behavioral Health Index” to track progress over time.

We developed it with the head of our Clinical Advisory Board, Gregory P. Hanley, Ph.D., director of the Behavior Analysis Doctoral Program at Western New England University and an adjunct professor of psychiatry at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

Download the Behavioral Health Index

ABA therapy is typically covered by insurance

Insurance requires a doctor’s referral and a formal diagnosis of autism. We accept most health insurance plans for assessment and ongoing treatment.

Please contact us with any insurance related questions at
(844) 244-1818

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