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Frequently Asked Questions


Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve compiled answers to common questions about Autism Path 2 Care, our services, and the autism diagnosis process. If you have a question that’s not covered here, feel free to reach out to us, and we’ll be happy to assist you. We hope these FAQs are helpful. If you have any more questions or need further information, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. Your journey towards understanding and supporting your child is our priority, and we’re here to support you every step of the way.

General Questions

Autism Path 2 Care specializes in virtual autism diagnostic evaluations for children. Our board-certified autism experts use their decades of experience and Canvas Dx, an FDA-authorized diagnostic tool for autism, to provide accurate and personalized assessments for children ages 18 months to 6 years in the comfort of their homes.

We accepted limited insurers, please contact us to determine whether or not we accept your insurance.

Yes, absolutely. While we do not directly accept some insurance, we are committed to assisting you in the insurance reimbursement process. We will provide you with the necessary documentation, including invoices and diagnostic reports, which you can submit to your insurance company for potential partial reimbursement. Please check with your insurance provider for specific details on their reimbursement policies.

Scheduling an evaluation with us is easy. You can reach out to our team by phone at 866-460-5686 to inquire about appointment availability and schedule a convenient time for your evaluation. You can also use our online contact form to request an appointment, and we will get back to you promptly.
Our autism evaluations are comprehensive and conducted by our board-certified developmental and behavioral pediatricians. The evaluation process typically involves assessments, interviews, and observations to gain a thorough understanding of your child's strengths and challenges. The details of the evaluation will be discussed with you prior to the appointment.
Our commitment to your family does not end with the evaluation. We provide expert guidance, personalized care plans, and resources to support your child's development and your family's needs. We are here to assist you on your path to care.
We understand the importance of timely results. Typically, our evaluation results are delivered at the end of the evaluation or within the next business day after the assessment, not weeks or months. We believe that early diagnosis can change everything for your child.
Our virtual evaluation process involves scheduling a convenient time, meeting with our team online, conducting a personalized assessment, analyzing the data, and delivering swift and accurate results.
Yes, Canvas Dx is FDA-authorized and has been rigorously tested for accuracy. It complements our clinical expertise to ensure precise results.
We offer evaluations for children ages 18 months to 6 years. Our assessments are tailored to the child's developmental stage.
The duration of the evaluation can vary depending on the child's age and specific needs. Generally, the process takes a few hours over two to three visits, including the assessment and discussion of results.
After the evaluation, you will receive a detailed report of the findings. We are also available to provide guidance on next steps and available resources for support and treatment.
Yes, our virtual evaluations have been designed to provide the same level of accuracy and reliability as in-person evaluations while offering the convenience of being conducted from home.
We strive to accommodate families as soon as possible. Our scheduling system typically allows for timely evaluations, but availability may vary based on demand.
You can contact our team through the contact information provided on our website, and we'll be happy to assist you with any inquiries or concerns. Or you can email [email protected]
Autism Path 2 Care stands out due to its unique combination of physician experts and cutting-edge technology. This combination provides both precision and timeliness in autism diagnosis.
Your child's videos are securely stored on a HIPAA compliant encrypted private server. Only you (the parent), the prescribing physician, and our expert video analyst have access. Access is protected by a two-step verification method.

For your telehealth session to be as effective as possible, it's important to ensure good connectivity and a suitable environment. Here are some tips to get the most out of your session:

  • Optimal Screen and Location: Use the largest screen available to you, whether it's a phone, tablet, or computer. Find a quiet and distraction-free space in your home for the session. It's a good idea to test your connection by logging into our waiting room (you can access our TELE platform through Tebra).
  • Network Connection: To ensure a stable connection, be close to your Wi-Fi router or in a location with the best signal possible within your home.
  • Stable Device Position: Keep your device stationary on a table or stand, and position yourself about 2-3 feet from the screen. This setup helps in clear visualization, especially if your child is asked to perform tasks in front of the camera.
  • Connection Backup: Don't worry if the connection is lost; we have a backup plan. We may switch to a phone call or an alternative method to ensure continuity.
  • Minimize Background Noise: Try to keep the background noise to a minimum. Avoid having the TV or music on during the session. Ensure pets are kept quiet or out of the room entirely.
  • Child-Friendly Setup: If you have a child participating in the session, consider setting up a child-size table or play area with 3-4 toys within view of the camera. This setup can help engage your child effectively.
Canvas DX has been meticulously researched and shown to accurately identify autism or absence thereof. It also appropriately defers a diagnosis if the clinical picture is unclear, ensuring children are not falsely labeled as positive or negative. In such cases, our specialist will use the assessment information along with clinical judgment to determine the best course of action for your child.
Absolutely. Canvas DX produces a challenge score as part of the report, which identifies your child's strengths and weaknesses in detail.
Acceptance of assessment results by insurance companies may depend on certain requirements of your health plan, which vary by state and plan.
Certainly. Any diagnostic assessment can be shared by parents with schools and other programs to assist in obtaining services.

Yes, follow-up visits will be available as needed or requested. We're here to support your child's ongoing journey and development.

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