ABC of NC’s counselor, Hannah, is accepting new clients (Children, adults, and families within the Autism Community) and we accept the following insurance companies:
- Private Insurance: Aetna, BCBS of NC, Cigna, MedCost, United Health Care, and more are coming.
- NC Medicaid Managed Care: AmeriHealth Caritas of NC, Carolina Complete Health, Inc., Healthy Blue, United Health of NC, and WellCare of NC.
- NC Local Management Entities: Partners Health Management, Sandhills Center, and Vaya Health
ABC of NC offers a variety of counseling and psychotherapy treatment services for children and adolescents diagnosed with ASD and/or their family members (e.g. parents or siblings). Evidence-based approaches vary and may include cognitive behavioral therapy, behavioral modification, collaborative problem-solving, applied behavior analysis, parent education and support, and more. Our team provides a comprehensive understanding of individuals diagnosed with ASD and any co-occurring conditions such as developmental delay, intellectual disability, ADHD, anxiety, depression, and/or behavioral disorders. We emphasize treatment and support to reduce challenging behavior; build social, communication, and play skills; improve interactions and adaptive skills; and manage emotional/attentional concerns. ASD impacts the entire family, and we are committed to providing resources and services to support the parents/caregivers and siblings of individuals diagnosed with ASD.
For information about our center-based ABA therapy services, click here.
Hannah Prevatt (MS, Ed. S, LCMHC, NCC) joined ABC of NC as a counselor for children, adolescents, adults, and families, with a background in family counseling. Having earned her Master’s in counseling at UNCG, she spent several years at the Tim and Carolynn Rice Center for Child and Adolescent Health, where her passion for supporting families grew. With empathy, support and understanding, she collaborates with clients and their families in a way that best suits that family. She is passionate about counseling’s emphasis on wellness and is excited about applying that at ABC of NC. She approaches each relationship with genuine curiosity as to who the client is, what their needs are, and what can be done to best serve that client. In her spare time, Hannah enjoys rock climbing, reading, and playing games with her husband.
Hannah is verified by Psychology Today. Click here for more information.
The Autism Clinic is currently credentialed for the following insurance companies:
Private Insurance: Aetna, Beacon Health, Blue Cross Blue Shield of NC (BCBS), Carolina Behavioral Health Alliance (CBHA), Cigna, Humana (Tricare), Medcost, and United Healthcare & United Behavioral Health (UHC/UBH).
NC Medicaid Managed Care: AmeriHealth Caritas of NC, Carolina Complete Health Inc., Healthy Blue of NC, United Health of NC, and Wellcare of NC.
NC Local Management Entities: Cardinal Innovations, Partners Health Management, Sandhills Center, and Vaya Health. If your insurance provider is not listed, please contact Darlene Steele, clinical practice manager, at (336) 251-1180, ext. 135. For information regarding coverage of specific ABA services, please contact your employer and/or your insurance provider.
For more information about services for a child/adolescent with an autism spectrum disorder or a family member, please contact Leigh Ellen Spencer, client relations coordinator, at (336) 251-1180, ext. 120.
The US health care system is experiencing a technological transformation. With the changes in value-based care reimbursement models, sharing data will be imperative. That is why we will work to connect our electronic medical record system with North Carolina’s state-designated health information exchange, NC HealthConnex, which is operated by the North Carolina Health Information Exchange Authority (NC HIEA) housed in the North Carolina Department of Information Technology. For employees and clinicians who have direct contact with patients, we will provide additional training and resources to help educate patients about NC HealthConnex and how to use this new tool. There will be more information on those opportunities to come. The process can take several months depending on the technical configuration requirements. During that time, we will keep you apprised of the status of this project. If you have any questions, contact the clinical practice manager Darlene Steele at (336) 251-1180, ext. 135. A full description of NC HealthConnex is also available here.
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