Family Priority LLC

Family Priority LLC

Family Priority provides Intensive In Home Counseling and ABA services to youth and their families in Northern Virginia, Richmond and Williamsburg.

Family Priority, LLC, founded in 2001, is a private agency that provides Intensive In Home Counseling services to youth and their families in Northern Virginia. Family Priority works with Social Service Agencies, Juvenile Courts, Schools, Physicians, and Private Referrals

Family Priority provides Home-Based Counseling, Medical Advocacy, Applied Behavior Analysis Services, and Level III, a comprehensive therapeutic program that bridges the gap between traditional in-home approaches and residential treatment to our clients. ANNOUNCEMENT: As of December1, 2016, children and adolescents with Medicaid no longer need to obtain a VICAP in order to receive in-home counseling services. Families can call Family Priority directly and an assessment can be immediately scheduled. Once approved by Magellan, services can begin.

Mission: Our mission is simple: We are passionate about making a difference in the lives of children and their families. We work with you in your home and have the flexibility to work around the busy lives of you and your family members.

Operating as usual

Happy Valentine’s Day

TLF Dance Foundation

Great place for kids to learn to dance and make some new friends! Rick is a great, patient, and encouraging teacher. Classes are free for students with special needs offered ongoing on Saturdays. Get in touch with him for more details. I was at a class and enjoyed seeing all the smiling faces!

2nd special Needs Dance Class, I’m so proud

Autism Society Central Virginia

Join the ASCV at Autism Advocacy Day on Monday, January 27th at the VA General Assembly! This is an important opportunity to advocate for legislation impacting local individuals with autism.

We will visit legislators and ask them to support funding for Virginia Medicaid Waivers, adding Small Group and Individual Market Coverage to Virginia’s Autism Insurance Law, and other legislation of importance to individuals with autism.
For more details & registration, please click below.

Surfers Healing


Camp dates are listed as well as their corresponding registration dates. Please 'Save the Date' in your calendar to ensure you don't miss the opportunity to register!

NEW THIS YEAR: Parents/guardians registering for camps subject to the participant lottery will have 48hrs to complete registration (compared to 7 days the previous years)

Association of Professional Behavior Analysts

APBA’s work on behalf of applied behavior analysis professionals and consumers is unmatched. These important guidelines, white papers, and position statements are available to both members and non-members! #apba #bcba #bcaba #lba #laba #rbt #behavioranalysis #aba #deliveringexpertise #supportingexcellence

Enjoying the day at the 2020 Autism Society Resource Fair.

We will be attending. Hope to see you there.

Association of Professional Behavior Analysts

Come see why many rate the APBA convention the best they’ve ever attended! You won’t find better value for your travel, professional development, or advertising funds. Watch for announcements about registration and advertising sales opening in December. #apba10 #apba #bcba #lba #rbt #behavioranalysis #aba

Remember to turn back your clocks this weekend!!!

Tomorrow is Halloween!!! Have a safe and spooktacular evening!!!


So cool...

The mission of blue pumpkin buckets is to signify autism awareness.

Trump signs $1.8 billion autism funding bill President Donald Trump signed the Autism Collaboration, Accountability, Research, Education and Support Act into law Monday.

Autism Society Central Virginia

Congress passed the Autism CARES Act!! Exciting day for our autism community!

Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis

Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) - Family Priority - Career Page Apply to Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) at Family Priority in Gloucester, VA, VA.

We will never forget..


Special needs students at one Virginia Beach elementary school are starting off the new year with a whole new world of possibilities.

As we see summer come to a close we thank all those workers who made contributions to ensure the rights we have today.. Have a wonderful Monday!!!

Such a sweet story 💙

"I am seeing so many posts of Jesse’s friends going off or getting ready to go off to college. I am am so, so happy for each one of them. They will all do great things I have no doubts.

I have been asked, 'What’s Jesse doing?’ I never had to verbalize it before. Thought about it, worried about it, and prayed about it but never ever verbalized it out loud.
I was in Target with Jesse. He was playing with a toddler in front of us in line who had been fussing~ but stopped when Jesse engaged him.

His mom and I chatted and she questioned, 'How old is he, he is so sweet ~ so good with kids?’ ‘Eighteen.' I answered.

She excitedly asked, 'Did he have his college visits and pick where he’s going ~OHHH this is the summer of fun.’ I paused and before I knew it, tears were flowing. For the very first time, I felt sad for him. I felt so sad. (Hate myself for it).

I explained, maybe even defended, a bit. 'He has high functioning Autism and a learning disability we are not doing college visits, Ummm He’s not going to college, he’s going to work.'

Tears flowed. She hugged me. I let her. This complete stranger consoled me; mom to mom. She went on to tell me how special he seemed.

She is so right. He is on his own path. I am super proud of him. Amazed at all the things he has accomplished.

I can’t imagine HAVING to function in a 'neuro typical' world with an atypically functioning brain. But HE DOES IT.

Jesse has accomplished so much in the face of not only Autism, but dyslexia and on top of that, Crohn’s disease.
Guess what? With needed supports along the way. He is amazing. Truly.

Multiple teachers and therapists and doctors have been invaluable to us. He has his own little village.

He worked all summer at PHS as a summer custodian and loved it. Every second of it. He was so proud of himself and we are so proud of him. He got up on time, made his lunch, and off he was ~ to be at work by 7am: willingly, and much of the time all on his own.

The summer job has come to an end. He wants to work. He can’t wait to 'go back.’ He has applied for a position as a ‘substitute’ custodian at PHS and is hoping for a full time gig soon.

We helped him study and practice to get his driver’s license and now we’ll work to help him find full time work. And we are in awe of his perseverance."



Be someone’s friend today ❤️

This heartwarming photo is going viral 🥰

Happy National Dog day!!! Happy Monday!!

BACB - Behavior Analyst Certification Board

Our latest newsletter includes important information on many topics, including:
• Experience/Fieldwork Verification Forms: Preventing Disputes Between Supervisors and Trainees
• Protect Your NPI Number and Certification Information from Fraud
• How to Calculate Supervision for Experience/Fieldwork Hours
• 2022 #BCBA and #BCaBA Requirements Changes
• New Ethics Resources

You can download the complete #BACB newsletter by using the link below:

Labor Dept rules IEP meetings a valid reason for family and medical leave The opinion gives educators a tool for helping families participate in addressing their children's special education needs.


Dozens of volunteers and professional surfers came out to the Virginia Beach Oceanfront for Surfers Healing's two-day stop in the city.

True story 💙

Happy Friday...

Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis

Our next Professional Development Offering
Click here to see more info and register:

Association of Professional Behavior Analysts

If you bill health insurance for ABA services or might do so in the future, our August 28 webinar on "Health Insurance Provider Contract Rights and Obligations" is a must! Attorney advocates Jodi Bouer and Kim Mack Rosenberg and billing expert Michele Silcox will provide guidance on contract compliance and provider rights in this first of a series of webinars on essential topics for health insurance providers. Go to now to secure your spot for the August 28 session!

We Rock the Spectrum - Williamsburg

Check Out Kings Dominion this week!

New office location currently open and accepting new clients!!! Conducting interviews for new staff. Please check us out at as well as on
We are excited to be in Gloucester, VA and have current offices also in Williamsburg, Richmond, and Fairfax..

Virginia Association for Behavior Analysis

Want to learn more about OBM? Here is your perfect chance! Check out this upcoming conference in Richmond! August 9 - 10. 7 CEUs!

I’m Autistic: this is why I chose Applied Behavioural Analysis for my 2 children with ASD I am someone who is on the spectrum, diagnosed late in life at the age of 33 with Asperger’s Syndrome, I had years earlier studied…

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