Frequently Asked Questions
Am I eligible?
Your child is eligible based on two things: 1) diagnosis and 2) your willingness to commit to the program. You want to be sure our Integrative Model aligns with what you want out of a school, and what you are willing to give to a school. This is a partnership, we play a role – but so do you. This is what makes JSA successful and unique. Visit our Admissions page for more information.
Is your program right for my child?
This is a personal decision, we know. Our program is right for your child if you have a diagnosis, are looking for a school where your child can thrive, and you and your family are willing to participate in our integrative education model.
What ages does your program serve?
Our program serves children across all age groups, from early childhood to adult.
My child is not formally diagnosed with autism, can you help?
We have a wealth of resources available on this site. Click here to see the full list.
Do you accept my insurance?
JSA currently accepts most major insurance plans in Florida:
Do you accept the McKay or Gardiner Scholarships?
Yes, we do accept these scholarships. We also accept Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Insurance Reimbursement and private pay tuition on a monthly, quarterly or annual basis.
Can I use the McKay Scholarship and my private insurance to pay for treatment?
The McKay or Gardiner scholarship can be used for tuition. Private insurance can be used for Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy once approved by the provider.
Can I talk with other families who use your program?
Sure! We require a strong family-school partnership, so we would love for you to speak with other families. You may contact the Parent Action Committee president.
Can you help me help my child?
Yes, we can. Our approach is intended to do just that, because we will all be working together as a cohesive partnership.
How do I schedule a tour?
Tours are by invitation only after you have applied for admission. Click here for more information. Visit our Admissions page for information and to view the application process.
How do I find out if my insurance covers treatment?
There are hundreds of plans at any given insurance company and each plan has specific guidelines. In addition to this variance, companies can choose to add or omit specific coverages as they see fit. So the best way to find out is to ask if your plan covers applied behavioral analysis for autism.