Getting Started

JumpStart Interventions services children, and their families, who are affected by behavioral challenges. Typically, we support individuals who benefit from assistance in

  • Developing language skills to more effectively communicate their wants and needs
  • Establishing functional and daily living skills routines
  • Learning self-regulation and emotional control skills that relate to fostering greater independence
  • Advancing socially expected behaviors to learn skills that will generate confidence in friendships and relationships
  • Decreasing problem behaviors such as elopement, physical and verbal aggression, property destruction, self-injurious behavior, self-stimulatory behavior, task refusal, escape from demand, and other problem behaviors that limit their ability to positively participate in their family life, school routine, and community setting
  • Beginning services follows this map:

Insurances We Accept


How to get started?

Step One

The first step in working with JumpStart Interventions is to complete the Request for Services Form. If you wish to discuss private pay options, please indicate. If you wish to obtain services through your insurance, we need to verify your benefits and obtain authorization which requires us to collect some information from you (the parent or caregiver) about the individual who will receive the services.

Step Two

You will need to upload pictures of your insurance card (front and back) and a diagnostic letter related to ASD that will verify diagnosis. This confidential information is maintained on a highly secure server. Our website is secured by 256-bit encryption and our company and domain has been validated by a trusted third party.

Step Three

Our clinical team will then work to verify benefits and obtain authorization for services. We will contact you if we require additional information or once we evaluate the referral and obtain an authorization for services based on your child’s current benefits.

  • Please note:

    Currently private insurance companies only recognize applied behavior analysis (behavioral therapy) as medical treatment for the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders and Down Syndrome and must be diagnosed by a medical doctor. If an individual does not have a diagnosis of ASD or Down Syndrome he or she is not eligible for behavior analysis services through these funding sources.