Are you an Autism Scholarship Provider?

Yes. We are able to provide service funded through the Autism Scholarship Program. Please contact us for more details on how this funding source can be used in your specific case.

What insurance do you accept?

Unfortunately at this time, COBC does not accept insurance as a form of payment. However, most insurance companies will allow you to use Flexible Spending Accounts or Health Savings Accounts to fund behavior therapy. Check with your insurance company to find out if this is an option for your policy.

Where in Ohio do you provide services?

We most often provide services in and around central Ohio. We provide select services, statewide, on a case by case basis. We currently provide services in Franklin, Delaware, Union, Morrow, Marion, Champaign, Logan, Madison, Van Wert, Putnam, Mercer and Auglaize counties in Ohio. If you reside outside of these counties please complete this form and one of our consultants will contact you to discuss service options.

Do you accept any county funds?

Yes. Many counties have programs or other funding options that can be allocated for the services we provide. The funding picture in every county is different and often based on individual needs. Please contact your local county board of developmental disabilities or speak with your child's service coordinator or SSA to discuss how your funding options can best be utilized for services.

My child does not have autism but he is having behavior issues at school. Do you help with situations like this?

Yes. We provide services to many children who are not on the autism spectrum. We recognize that many children struggle to cope in a variety of situations and often act out as a result. We work with teachers and school staff to identify the function of problem behavior and develop plans to address these behaviors and improve classroom learning. If these behaviors also seem to interfere with home life, we design similar plans to address behaviors in the home environment.


I can't even think of words to describe our feelings about Jenny's progress from our first ABA session to today. Honestly, I can't really remember how bad her behaviors were unless I am reminded.   Continue Reading →

--Mary, Parent


I have the opportunity to work with amazing kids! The most effective (and sometimes only) way to support these kids as they reach their full potential is through a team [home and school] approach.   Continue Reading →

--Julie Payne, M.A., Intervention Specialist


Lindsay has always been dedicated and passionate. Her professionalism and knowledge made us feel very confident in the program right from the start.   Continue Reading →

--Ellen, parent