Diagnostic Evaluations2023-07-11T19:53:25+00:00
Administered by a Licensed Clinical Psychologist

Diagnostic Evaluations for Autism

Available in Arizona, Colorado, and Texas.

Potential Signs

Do you see signs of Autism Spectrum Disorder in your child?

There is no single symptom or behavior that identifies all individuals with autism spectrum disorder. However, there are a range of attributes and behaviors that seem to lead to a diagnosis more consistently than others.

  • Avoidance of eye contact
  • Challenges with transitions or changes in routine
  • Intense sensory seeking
  • Speech and language delay
  • Unresponsiveness
  • Lack of social interest
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What You Can Do Next

  1. Contact our Care Team and schedule an evaluation or schedule an evaluation with a licensed clinical psychologist in your area.
  2. Our psychologist meets with you and your child to observe and administer the evaluation at one of our learning centers.
  3. Our psychologist will review the results with you and answer any questions you may have.
  4. Our psychologist will provide you with a comprehensive overview of any recommended treatment options and you will receive a copy of your child’s diagnostic report.

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Getting Started

A Diagnosis is the First Step

 If you are seeing potential signs of autism in your child, our psychologist team is here to help.  Our psychologist will determine if there are additional steps you may need to take to help your child with the concerns you have and, if so, they will provide guidance on what those next steps should be. InBloom is thrilled to be able to offer gold-standard diagnostic evaluations in select service areas for children between the ages of 18-months and 3-years-old. If your child should have a need for ABA therapy, an official autism diagnosis is required before therapy can begin. At InBloom, the diagnostic evaluation is comprehensive and includes the following:

A Thorough Parent Interview
Focused on learning about each child’s history and day-to-day functioning

Diagnosing Evaluation
A structured observation to administer the evaluation

Feedback / Comprehensive Diagnostic Report
A session for the psychologist and parents / caregivers to discuss the assessment and results, as well as review potential recommendations. Caregivers will receive a comprehensive diagnostic report.

Contact us to find out if you qualify for a diagnostic evaluation.


What does getting started look like?


Initial Contact

Connect with our Care Team by phone or by filling out our contact form.


Talk with Our Care Team

During our first call, we’ll ask about your child’s age, any challenging behaviors, and verifying if your family has received an official diagnosis for ASD.


We Handle the Hard Stuff

Send us your insurance information & diagnostic evaluation support, and we’ll confirm that ABA therapy is covered by your insurance plan.


Meet Your Local Team

Your local InBloom team will send an introductory email and work with you to schedule an assessment.


After the Assessment

Within a week of assessing your child’s skills and behaviors, the BCBA (Board Certified Behavior Analyst aka the senior clinician on your child’s care team) will review the prescribed treatment plan with you.


Starting Services

Once you have signed the treatment plan, our team will submit it to your insurance. It can take several weeks, but once the plan has been approved, your local team will reach out to schedule the start of your kiddo’s care!

Documents requested and steps may vary by region.

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Focused Teamwork

Caregivers are an essential part of our team.

Board Certified Behavior Analysts


BCBAs (Board Certified Behavior Analysts) create the treatment plan which is then put into practice by RBTs (Registered Behavior Technician), so having a transparent, open line of communication with your BCBA is vital to your kiddo’s progress. Your BCBA also facilitates Caregiver Training sessions; structured one-on-one time for discussing your kiddo’s goals and development as well as practicing skills and techniques that will allow you and your family to continue making progress at home and in the community.

Registered Behavior Technician


Your RBTs are the ones who will be working directly with your kiddo and providing the treatment as outlined by the plan set by your BCBA. RBTs provide you with feedback and updates after each session, so be sure to continually discuss any improvements or challenges with them and the BCBA so the team can have all of the necessary information when considering the treatment plan that will best suit your child’s needs.

Anyone Providing Care


We ask that all caregivers remain engaged in their child’s course of therapy, as your involvement is crucial to their progress. Ultimately, the clinical team’s goal is to see that your child meets their goals and is able to utilize the skills in-center, at home, and across all other environments. Aside from ongoing Caregiver Training sessions, keeping in communication with your RBTs and BCBA about successes, challenges, and general observations greatly boosts the efficacy of your kiddo’s therapy.