Frequently Asked Questions

You will need a “Welcome Packet,” which will be provided after your initial phone call. Additionally, please provide the following documents:

  • A copy of your insurance card (front and back)
  • A copy of the Comprehensive Diagnostic Evaluation (CDE) for Medicaid
  • A copy of your doctor referral (within the last 12 months) with your child’s diagnosis and recommendation for ABA services, signed by a medical doctor
  • A copy of your change in provider form (if you are receiving services from another company)

Yes, both the parent and child need to be present during the entire duration of the assessment.

Assessments typically take anywhere between 1-2 hours. We can provide a school absence note for any time missed for school.

The timeline for approval will depend on each insurance provider. In our experience, it may take a few days up to a few weeks.

Yes, most funders require these assessments as a prerequisite to initiate services.

All communication will be through email. If you require an appointment, please call us to schedule it.

The Comprehensive Diagnostic Evaluation (CDE) is the national practice standard necessary to diagnose autism as well as other developmental or behavioral disorders and indicate the most appropriate treatment(s) to address the child’s needs. A CDE is a thorough review and assessment of the child’s development and behavior. It may be performed by a multidisciplinary team or an individual practitioner.

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy is a scientifically validated approach that focuses on improving specific behaviors, such as social skills, communication, reading, and academics, as well as adaptive learning skills, such as fine motor dexterity, hygiene, grooming, domestic capabilities, punctuality, and job competence.

The frequency of therapy sessions depends on your child’s individual needs and the recommendations made during the assessment. Typically, ABA therapy is conducted multiple times a week for several hours each session.

Yes, in addition to home and school settings, therapy can also be conducted in our clinic, which will be opening soon. The clinic environment provides a structured and controlled setting ideal for focused interventions.

Absolutely. We believe in maintaining open communication with parents. You will receive regular updates on your child’s progress and will be involved in the ongoing development and adjustment of the therapy plan.

We encourage parents to reach out to us with any concerns or questions they might have. You can contact us via email or phone, and we will respond promptly to address your needs.

Yes, we offer support groups and resources for parents to help them navigate the challenges of raising a child with autism or ADHD. These groups provide a platform for sharing experiences, gaining insights, and receiving emotional support from other parents.

We adhere to strict safety protocols to ensure the well-being of your child during therapy sessions. Our therapists are highly trained, and we continuously monitor and evaluate our practices to maintain a safe and supportive environment.

Getting started is easy. Contact us at (689) 304-ZODU (9638) or email us at info@zoduabaservices.com to schedule your initial consultation and receive your Welcome Packet.

689 304 9638


2981 W Sate Road 434 STE 300
Longwood FL 32779

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