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Early Intervention ABA Therapy

Autism Treatment Center Serving South Arcadia

Our Center-Based ABA Therapy Leads the Way in Client Outcomes

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Autism Treatment Close To Home

Phoenix Autism Center opened it’s first ABA Therapy Center in 2023 at 4801 E McDowell Road in Phoenix. We are a local, family-owned and valley loved business conceived by a couple of parents that themselves received a diagnosis of autism for their toddler. An experienced healthcare professional, Justin Hartman and his wife, Bre (founders), are determined to provide the highest-quality of care for children diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder.

This original location has been an effective ABA Therapy Center for years now and is proud to be leading the way in positive outcomes for kids with autism in Phoenix.

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South Arcadia

4801 E McDowell Road Suite 175

Phoenix, AZ 85008

(602) 533-0533

Services We Offer

Center-Based Therapy

In our center-based ABA therapy sessions, kids with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) receive structured and individualized interventions from our Board-Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBAs).

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ABA Therapy

With it's emphasis on individualized assessment, data-driven decision-making and child-specific goal setting, Applied Behavior Analysis is the most effective treatment for kids with autism in Phoenix, AZ.

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Discrete Trial Training

Discrete Trial Training (DDT) is a form of ABA therapy that breaks complex skills down into smaller, more manageable parts with a clear structure, prompting, and positive reinforcement as your child masters new skills.

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Natural Environmental Training

This dynamic and flexible intervention method is designed to teach skills within the natural environment where a child typically lives and plays.

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About Us

Phoenix Autism Center is a local, family-owned early intervention ABA Therapy Center started by two parents who received a diagnosis of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) for their own toddler. Motivated by the challenges of our own unique journey, PAC is a heartfelt commitment to redefining the standard quality of care for children with autism.

Bre and Justin Hartman invite you to join the Phoenix Autism Center’s community, where their personal story and business expertise combine to provide unparalleled compassion to every family touched by autism.

Bre & Justin Hartman of Phoenix Autism Center

Does Insurance Cover Treatment For Your Child?

We will work with you and your insurance company to help you throughout the process.


What is Autism Spectrum Disorder?

Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is a condition characterized by developmental and neurological challenges that create difficulties navigating social interactions and communication, and often manifests itself in repetitive behaviors.

What happens after my child is diagnosed with ASD?

Receiving an ASD diagnosis has a big impact on the entire family. It’s important to note that every child diagnosed with ASD is unique and may have different and specific challenges. We’ve been there and we’ll help you advocate for your child and get you the highest-quality care in Phoenix.

How important is early intervention for a child diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder?

Increasingly, autism research shows that the earlier your starts intervention therapy, the better the outcome. At PAC, we only treat children ages 2-6 with the primary goal of laying a solid foundation for each child’s future growth and development.

Do you use positive or negative reinforcement?

At Phoenix Autism Center, we are strong believers in positive reinforcement. Particularly during sessions that involve Natural Environmental Training, positive reinforcement is more successful at generating and maintaining interest in the skill being learned by your child.

Does insurance cover the cost of ABA treatment?

All 50 states now mandate coverage by insurance for ABA therapy and most major insurance providers cover it. Contact your insurance company to find out the specific coverage your plan offers.

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To learn more about our services and how we support children and their families through the ASD journey, schedule a call with our team today!

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