All of Everybody

Administration and Intake

Nichole Sagar

UPDATED: September 15, 2022

All of Everybody wants to enhance and build upon conventional methods of behavior modification. Our aim is to revolutionize the realm of behavior modification and introduce this realm to the education and childcare systems. Clients are not required to have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder in order to receive services. AOE believes that all children have the right to receive services, which includes ABA therapy, nutrition/exercise counseling, and sleep training. We accept insurance and private pay funding. We are currently in-network with Blue Cross and Blue Shield, United, Cigna, and Aetna. If we are not in network with your insurance provider, we can give you information for you to submit for reimbursement or provide information on our private pay pricing plan. Support services are offered in conjunction with or independent of ABA therapy. These services are open to those that are a part of the AOE family or families that are new to AOE. These services are highly recommended and will give the best possible outcomes for your child. Visit, email or call/text 913-617-0492.

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All of Everybody
13414 W 56th Terrace
Shawnee, KS 66216
United States



(913) 617-0492



Nichole Sagar-Seay

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