ABA Therapy in New Hampshire

Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention (EIBI) services are designed for young children with autism. This highly structured clinical program is aimed at remediating the fundamental problems of autism. Our well-trained clinicians and therapists provide evidence-based ABA services in close collaboration with the family. The strategies used to help children acquire skills such as paying attention, communicating, establishing eye contact and listening result from university-based research studies and are proven to be effective in helping children learn. IPPI clinicians help parents acquire teaching and child-management skills that enable them to be more effective at the difficult job of parenting. We are also available to help create the smoothest transition possible into the world of school when the child turns three.

School-Based Services offer on-site ABA therapy to students age 3-21 with autism and other developmental disabilities  experiencing behavioral challenges. Flexible services include periodic or intensive follow-through assistance as students’ progress through their school systems.

  • Academic planning and monitoring
  • After-school activities
  • Extended school year programs

IPPI clinicians trained in Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) craft a plan to help students  acquire new skills and change their behavior. The plan can be taught to those who spend time with the child, including teachers, classroom aides, parents and family members, and others. More…

Home-Based Services for children ages 3-21. The agency’s clinicians develop an ABA based behavior plan that offers solutions that reduce stress and create a better quality home life for families. Instructions are provided for parents to follow on a daily basis, a helpful map of “how to” for encouraging positive behavior and opening up learning options that are satisfying to the child. Home visits are flexibly scheduled to meet the family’s needs, and the plan is adapted based on what is and what is not working. More…

Peg Chaffee, M.Ed., BCBA
NH Clinical Director

ABA Autism
Initial Intake Line
(603)224-8085 Ext. 1820

NH Council on Autism Spectrum Disorders
Connor’s Law

In Network Providers – ABA Therapy *

  • Aetna
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield MA
  • Harvard Pilgrim
  • Optum/UBH
  • Tricare
  • Tufts

Out of Network Providers – ABA Therapy*

  • Anthem NH
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield MA

*Other Insurance may be accepted.
Contact us to determine coverage
by your insurance provider.

Contact us to learn more about
home, school, and center-based
ABA Services in your area.