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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It's #TipTuesday! And we have to say, we're loving the virtual resource suggestions in our inbox, perfectly timed for World Autism Month this April. We live in a virtually inclined world, more than ever before, don't we? Check out these app suggestions that may benefit young people with autism. Some are also appropriate for Spanish-speaking youth on the spectrum. Take a peek: #autism #autismawareness #autismawarenessmonth #autismawarenessandaceptance #autismparents #ASD ... See MoreSee Less
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We're holding two virtual events on Wednesday, April 21!Join us at 9 a.m. for a virtual tour and information session, where you will learn more about available services; financial aid and insurance coverage; application and intake requirements; and other topics. Register at tune in at 5 p.m. for our next parent/professional webinar, where you will learn strategies to increase your child’s ability to connect with peers in various social situations. Register at ... See MoreSee Less
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On Tuesday, April 20, 4–5 p.m., ABC of NC board certified behavior analyst (BCBA) Kristin Toruno will hold a virtual reading of select chapters from "A Boy Called Bat" by Elana K. Arnold. (This was one of our first Book Buzz picks!) Kristin will also lead discussions about autism awareness and acceptance. Recommended for children ages 5–11 and their caregivers, but all ages are welcome. This program is offered through a partnership between the Forsyth County Public Library and ABC of NC. If you do not have a webcam or microphone, you may still attend. Register at #autismawareness #autismacceptance #autismawarenessmonth #autismawarenessandacceptance #worldautismmonth #abcofnc #autism #aboycalledbat #elementaryreader #abcofncbookbuzz ... See MoreSee Less
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