Early Autism Project (EAP), Inc., offers the highest quality of
intensive, research-based behavioral treatment for children and young
adults between the ages of 20 months and 21 years with autism spectrum
and related disorders. EAP provides comprehensive services to children
and their families in their homes, in EAP clinics and in schools
throughout the country.
EAP is a leading provider of Applied
Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy, which is widely recognized as an
effective, evidence-based treatment for autism and is endorsed by the
U.S. Surgeon General and American Academy of Pediatrics as the treatment
of choice for autism. ABA therapy is covered by many private and
government insurance providers.
Working in close
collaboration with parents and education professionals, EAP develops
customized ABA therapy programs and equips each child’s home, clinic or
school team with the training and supervision necessary for
high-quality, consistent teaching and behavioral intervention. For more
than 10 years, EAP has offered intensive, research-based behavioral
treatment that yields best outcomes for children.
Early Autism Project Opens Tampa Clinic
Clinic provides children with autism spectrum and related disorders with effective, evidence-based treatment
Tampa, Fla. March 26, 2014 -- Early Autism Project (EAP), Inc., today announced it is accepting clients for its new clinic, which will open in early June at 3217 S. MacDill Ave. EAP offers the highest quality of intensive, research-based behavioral treatment for children and young adults between the ages of 20 months and 21 years with autism spectrum and related disorders. Read the full news release here >>
Lyons Mom Keeps Pushing for Ava’s Law
Atlanta, Georgia - A Lyons, Georgia mother who WSAV introduced you to last year is taking her fight for Autism Insurance back to the state capitol this year. This time Anna Bullard has strong support from some lawmakers.
The Senate and House sponsors of Ava's Law said they will press forward for passage of the Autism Insurance Reform Bill. Read the full article here >>
"Navigating Autism: A Mother’s Story" by EAP's Julie Reyes
They say that if you’ve seen one child who has autism, well, you’ve seen one child who has autism. While each child is unique, families with children who have autism share common challenges, goals and dreams – and they overcome obstacles in their own unique way. We are one of those families.
My son, Christian, is among the one of every 54 boys who has been diagnosed with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). We’re a military family, always moving, adapting and prepared for anything. However, there was no way to prepare for Christian’s autism diagnosis. Read the full article here >> $10,000 Donation Made to Midlands Autism Foundation Winston's Wish
"Ann Eldridge and Susan Butler have been working with Winston since he was diagnosed through Early Autism Project, and without them, my son would not be where he is today." ~Marcella Ridley
Ava's Law: EAP Mom Advocates for Autism Insurance in Georgia
We invite you to meet eight-year-old Ava Bullard and her mother, Anna Bullard. In this video, Ms. Bullard describes her feelings upon learning Ava has autism. When Ava received her diagnosis at age two, Ms. Bullard was told her little girl would never be able to speak – even to say the word “mama.”
“I felt like I didn’t know Ava and Ava didn’t know me,” Ms. Bullard said.
Her search for scientifically proven treatment led Ms. Bullard to Early Autism Project, whose therapists began providing Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy to Ava when she was two years old. Ava’s mother saw improvement within two weeks. Today, Ava is a third-grader in a general education classroom in Lyons, Ga., who no longer requires intensive treatment. She participates in one ABA session a week to practice social skills.
Ms. Bullard is a powerful advocate for families of children who have autism. “Ava’s Law,” which would require insurance companies to pay for “evidence-based treatment” such as ABA is being considered by the Georgia Legislature, which is scheduled to vote on the legislation in January 2014.