THE SERVICES WE PROVIDE

Comprehensive Early Autism Services (CEAS) provides individualized home-based ABA therapy (Applied Behavior Analysis) for children with autism and their families living in the Chicagoland area. Our team of therapists create programs that address a full range of developmental needs, including:

Language and communication

Social skills

Pre-academic skills

Self-help

Play

Fine and gross motor skills

Behavior planning

It is the mission of CEAS to see each child that we work with reach their full potential in every area of development.

CEAS prides itself on being one of the first providers of ABA therapy in the Chicago area with a longstanding reputation for obtaining results. CEAS has over a decade of experience developing and implementing effective, high-quality ABA programs. Our programs draw on this expertise, while also relying on the ever growing body of research surrounding effective autism treatment.

We accept all major forms of insurance coverage:

  • BCBS
  • United Healthcare
  • HAP
  • Cigna
  • Aetna
  • Tricare
  • Medicaid (in certain areas)
  • Most HMOs

And many others - just ask!


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Latest CEAS News

In the last 18 months… two research groups have released rigorous, systematic studies, providing the best evidence yet that in fact a small but reliable subset of children really do overcome autism.Read More

“Doctors have long believed that disabling autistic disorders last a lifetime, but a new study has found that some children who exhibit signature symptoms of the disorder recover completely” Read the full article hereRead More

What Our Clients Say

Praises to Comprehensive Early Autism Services!!! Our son receives 1:1 therapy five days a week with a team of therapists. The changes we have seen in six months are remarkable!!! He now refers to me as mommy or mom ( I could cry right now), he points at objects and tells us to ‘look’, he […]Read More
I remember when I first met with the CEAS team in 2009. Our 2 1/2 year old daughter barely understood a word spoken to her. She also drew circles obsessively on any surface she could find, threw toys rather than played with them, and screamed at her baby sister incessantly. She had been in Early Intervention for 6 months and the amount of things she still didn’t know and couldn’t do seemed overwhelming...Read More

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