Our Services

NBA recognizes that every child and family present unique strengths and challenges. The information provided is a summary of the NBA service delivery model; modifications to the model can be discussed with your child’s Program Manager and Program Supervisor throughout the course of intervention.

Washington In-Center:
  • Intake & Assessment/Initial Parent Training
  • 1:1 Weekly Direct Intervention in Center
  • Team Meetings/Consultation with Executive Director
  • Individualized Curriculum & Program Development
  • On-going Data Analysis
  • Home Tutor Training & Supervision
  • Parent Education & Training
  • Home Meetings & Clinics
  • School Consultation
  • Small Group Instruction
General Outreach - Domestic & International:
  • Intake & Assessment/Initial Parent Training
  • Team Meetings/Consultation with Executive Director
  • Individualized Curriculum & Program Development
  • On-going Data Analysis
  • Home Tutor Training & Supervision
  • Parent Education & Training
  • Home Meetings & Clinics
  • School Consultation

Please note that NBA is now providing services to children who have qualified for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) via the Health Care Authority (HCA). To qualify, you must be actively enrolled with Gail Krieger or Marlene Black from HCA, have a diagnosis of autism from a Center for Excellence, as well as a prescription for ABA services from that Center as well. 

If you believe your child is eligible to meet the requirements of the HCA, please contact Gail Krieger or Marlene Black. They can be reached at the following phone number: 360-725-1577 or via email at: aba@hca.wa.gov 

For more information about the services we provide please contact Assistant Director, Jane Helbig, at (425) 822-6442, ext. 101, jhelbig@nba-autism.com.