Early Intensive Developmental Behavioral Intervention
The EIDBI service provides the pathway to individuals who are younger than age 21, are on Medical Assistance (MA), MinnesotaCare, Minnesota Tax Equity and Fiscal Responsibility Act (TEFRA), other qualifying health care programs or private pay and have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) or a related condition.
Every Early Intensive Developmental and Behavioral Intervention (EIDBI) services address the person’s medically necessary treatment goals using person-centered techniques to develop lasting pathways to success and independence. Our guidance and intervention focuses on:
Functional Communication (receptive and expressive)
Social or interpersonal interaction
Interfering or complex behaviors
Learning and playing
"...we have made so much progress with my son since working with your team - he has become a completely different child! Thank you."
It is our Mission to provide intervention training to individuals with autism and their family, through devoted and qualified professionals, using person-centered techniques, and to develop lasting pathways to success and independence.
by the centers for disease control and prevention
identified with ASD received a Comprehensive Developmental Evaluation by age 3 years
identified with ASD were diagnosed by 56 months (4.66 years old)
no significant difference
in ASD prevalence were found among white, black and hispanic children
to be boys identified with ASD than girls
identified with ASD had a documented ASD diagnosis