Finding the right care for your loved one can be overwhelming. We’re here to help! Below are some common questions about Glenwood services.
FAQ’s for Services
What Outpatient services are offered?
Glenwood offers a full spectrum of evidence-based Outpatient services including testing, diagnosis, individual and family counseling, and Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), Occupational and Speech Therapies. You do not need to be a resident or student at Glenwood to access Outpatient Services.
Is a referral required to receive services?
Glenwood does not require a doctor’s referral to access outpatient services for children and adolescents including therapy, diagnosis, counseling, and more. If you are seeking services for children with severe autism, contact our Intake Coordinator at 205-939-1088 for information and referral requirements for more intensive care including Full-time Residential and Special Education school.
What age do you diagnose?
Children as young as 18 months old up to adolescents
Do you accept insurance?
For Outpatient Services such as diagnosis, and therapy, Glenwood accepts many insurances, as well as Medicaid and private pay. Every insurance plan is unique, and benefits vary, so we will be happy to verify the coverage on your policy once your information is processed. An authorization for treatment will need to be obtained and you will be responsible for any deductibles, copays or coinsurance costs. If you are seeking services for children with severe autism, contact our Intake Coordinator at 205-939-1088 for insurance information for more intensive care including Full-time Residential and Special Education school.
Where are you located?
We have multiple locations in the Birmingham area. Assessment, diagnosis and therapy services are in our Outpatient Services Center on our Avondale campus at 614 38th Street South, Birmingham, AL, 35222. Our Sicard Hollow campus of Glenwood with full-time residential care and schools is located at 150 Glenwood Lane, Birmingham, AL 35242.
What are the signs of autism?
Every individua with autism is unique and shows symptoms differently. That is why professional evaluation is crucial. Contact our Intake Coordinator to schedule an appointment .