Brooklyn Services

In Brooklyn, we offer center-based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) and center- and home-based Early Intervention services.

ABA Programming

We operate as Autism Care Partners to provide ABA services (center-based) for children over the age of three. We offer diagnostic evaluations if you suspect a child might be on the Autism Spectrum. We conduct detailed behavior and skills assessments, to determine the specific needs of children and their family. Treatment plans with goals pertaining to communication skills, social interactions, play skills, daily living skills, and restricted interests and repetitive behaviors will be created and reviewed with caregivers. These goals will be worked on throughout their ABA sessions.

Sessions are one-to-one with a (registered) behavior technician. Oversight is conducted by Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA) and Licensed Behavior Analysts (LBA). Caregivers meet with the BCBA regularly to ensure carryover of strategies and interventions into the home as well. ACP is a place where learning, socialization, and communication growth is fun and effective!


1930 Bedford Avenue
Brooklyn NY 11225

Contact Info

Phone: 646-666-3088


Rachel Scott-Rosenbluth


Rachel Scott-Rosenbluth oversees the clinical delivery in our Mid-Atlantic region as a regional clinical director. She has 15 years of experience in the field of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA); working in multiple settings but with a primary focus in home services. Her passion for behavior analysis is only superseded by her passion to teach others about the science of ABA. She oversees the region’s case supervisors, the after school program, master-level candidates in pursuit of their Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA), limited permit BCBAs in pursuit of their license (LBA), is our ACE provider presenter for continuing education (CEs) and more. She aims to have ACP be a place where clients reach their goals, staff will grow, and to promote a happy, warm, nurturing environment for all.


Derrice Smith

Family Liaison

Derrice graduated from Adelphi University in 2021 with her Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and is now the family liaison for Autism Care Partners New York Centers! Having previous experience with administrative assistance within various healthcare platforms and insurance organizations, she brings her passion for healthcare to assist families at ACP! She is excited to connect with families and support across the state to showcase the programming and services of Autism Care Partners.

Early Intervention Programming

ACP Early Intervention, an approved New York State Early Intervention Service Provider, provides early intervention programming for children under the age of three who are either suspected of having or at risk for developmental delays or disabilities. Eligible children must be referred directly to the relevant county program to receive EIP services.

At ACP Early Intervention we offer an in-depth approach to evaluating and diagnosing your child. Clinically proven evidence-based therapy ensures our clients receive the most effective care possible. But our job doesn’t stop there. We work with you to have a full partnership working alongside families to navigate the often overwhelming landscape and assist in coordinating care.

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The ACP Mission & Vision

Empowering families to reach their potential through early diagnosis and exceptional, innovative, interdisciplinary care.

Transforming lives as a leader in innovative, integrated, and person-centered care.

Behavior Assessment

New York Early Intervention Disclaimer

For children 0-3 in New York State:
The Early Intervention Program is a public program funded by New York State, Nassau & Suffolk counties, and the NYC Department of Mental Health, and is for children less than three years of age who have or are suspected of having a developmental delay and/or disability. Eligibility for the EIP can be determined only by State approved evaluators under contract with the municipality. If a child is found eligible for the EIP, all services are identified in collaboration with the family and must be authorized by the municipality. The municipality will arrange for service providers to deliver services authorized by the municipality. All services under the EIP are provided at no out-of-pocket cost to families, but health insurance may be accessed, without affecting your family’s benefits. For services provided in community settings that require a fee, the parent is responsible for paying those costs. To access EI services, contact the Nassau County Department of Health at 516-227-8661 or the Suffolk County Department of Health at 631-853-3100 or the Westchester County Department of Health at 914-813-5094. To access EI services within New York City, contact the NYC Help Line at 311. ACP Early Intervention is an approved provider of Early Intervention services under contract with Nassau County, Suffolk County, Westchester County, and New York City. New York City: Dial 311 Westchester County: 914-813-5094 Nassau County: 516-227-8661 Suffolk County: 631-853-3100