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See the insurance plans we are in-network with and how to access financial support.

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Get Started With Eleos ABA

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Does your child have an Autism Spectrum Disorder diagnosis and a referral for ABA? Take the first step today!

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In March of 2014, Maryland passed legislation requiring all state-regulated insurance to cover ABA services as they are subject to the Maryland Habilitative Services Mandate.

What Insurances do you accept?

For more information regarding your ABA coverage through your insurance, please contact your insurance company directly.

Do you have a waitlist?

Yes, we currently have a waitlist for families seeking services during evenings. 

For those looking for daytime services, we do not have a waitlist and are ready to get started with your child today!

What if you do not accept my insurance?

Eleos will accept private payment for ABA services. For more information, please contact us. 

What if my insurance is out of network?

Eleos does accept out-of-network plans. However, there may be additional costs associated with services. 

Are there programs that can help with financial support?

The Developmental Disabilities Administration’s Low Intensity Support Services (LISS) Program serves children living at home with their family and adults with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities living in their own home in the community who are not receiving any support services from the DDA. Find more information here: 

Autism Waiver

Maryland’s Home and Community Based Services Waiver for Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder allows eligible children with Autism Spectrum Disorder to receive specific waiver services and certain Medicaid services to support them in their homes and communities. 

Maryland recently passed a legislation to help decrease the waiting times for the Autism Waiver.

There are also opportunities to apply for grants with the following organization: 

Eleos is here to help support you in determining what is and is not covered through your insurance and how to access those benefits. If you have questions about your coverage, contact us today!