Coronavirus Update: Please refer to our Covid-19 update page for the latest information about COVID-19.



ABC of NC is currently offering services as follows:

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy is available in-person at ABC of NC and also via telehealth. In-home services have been discontinued for most clients.

In-person learning at ABC of NC’s Education Center has resumed on a regular schedule for most school and preschool clients. Distance learning is also available.

Counseling services are available in-person at ABC of NC and/or via telehealth.

For additional information, visit our Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update webpage.


ABC of NC is a non-profit dedicated to providing high-quality, evidence-based diagnostic, therapeutic, and educational services to people with autism spectrum disorder; ensuring service accessibility to individuals from any economic background; offering support and hope to families; and advocating for inclusion and acceptance.


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1 week ago

Learn strategies to increase your child’s compliance at home. Topics included are using first-then contingencies, providing advanced notice, offering choices, and making smoother transitions.Register at this link: After signing up, you will receive a confirmation email within 48 hours, along with instructions for joining the webinar.#webinar #abcofnc ... See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

In our next several #TipTuesday posts, we're sharing suggestions for preparing your autistic child to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. It's unclear when vaccines will be available to children under age 12, but now is the perfect time to prepare and practice.Tip 6 of 10: Build in choice where you can. Giving your learner options around a not-optional activity (like getting a shot) could help! Can you give them a choice of where to sit? Which arm they’d prefer the vaccination in? If they’d like to bring a comfort item to the appointment? If they want to watch or close their eyes?Again, visuals can help you here—consider writing the choices down or drawing simple pictures!What other options come to your mind that could be built into a shot appointment? Leave your ideas below in the comments!#autism #vaccines #abcofncvaccineseries ... See MoreSee Less
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2 weeks ago

Still shopping for a loved one this Father's Day? You can make a difference when purchasing items through AmazonSmile, at no extra cost to you! Simply visit to get started, or follow the instructions below to get involved via the Amazon mobile app. Either way, Amazon will donate a portion of your eligible purchases to ABC of NC.How the mobile app works:1. Open the Amazon app on your phone.2. Select the main menu ( = ) and tap on AmazonSmile under Programs & Features.3. Select ABC of NC as your charity.4. Follow the on-screen instructions to activate AmazonSmile in the mobile app.Thank you for supporting ABC of NC! ... See MoreSee Less
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