Pricing – Autism Therapy Made Affordable

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Mendability is a clinically validated breakthrough and we want to share it with all, especially if you find it hard to access therapy either because you live too far away, or because of cost.
We charge a symbolic amount in comparison with the results you will get. It’s about keeping the doors open and making a difference!
And now, thanks to our partners, you may even qualify for a scholarship and get a free Mendability account for your family.

What our families are saying

“Most importantly, she’s never, **never** been able successfully to socialize with people her own age before. In the past people were always either very kind and patronizing or ignored her completely. This weekend, people often sought her out just to spend time talking with her.” — Linda
Autism: “Mendability makes everything else you do work better”
A couple of weeks prior to recording this video, they received the results of tests showing that Kuhio no longer qualified for an autism diagnosis.
“He is eating solids for the first time in 14 years!!!!!!! His posture, balance, strength, social interaction and concentration has improved by a 100%. It’s like having a different boy at home.” — Verona

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us. Toll-free: 1-888-579-7002 or International: 1-801-692-6830

Link to the Clinical Study of Sensory Enrichment as an Effective Treatment of Autism.

Commonly Asked Questions and Answers

If I have questions about using Mendability, is there someone I can talk to?
Yes! Call us toll free at 1-888-579-7002. If you call us internationally, use: 1-801-692-6830.

Is this a cure for autism?
We wish we could give a resounding yes to this question, but we don’t know enough about autism. Researchers are still learning about possible causes, and possible sub-types. What Mendability can do is relieve your child’s challenges. Your child will have better social skills, better communication skills, better focus, better sensory processing, better sleep, less anxiety, etc. Many parents report “all better” in different symptoms after only a few months of therapy.

Does the price include the equipment?
With Mendability you do not need any special expensive equipment. Mendability was designed to work with simple household items – things like spoons, towels, bowls, a blindfold, paper, etc…

I don’t live in the US or Canada, can I still access the program?
You can sign up for Mendability anywhere so long as you have access to the Internet. It’s also good to have a way to contact us often by phone so that we can work together on customizing the delivery of the protocols to match your child’s personality and your schedule. The more you involve us, the higher your chances of success. You will have to watch for the difference in time zones when you call. You can call any time but it’s easier to get hold of your assigned Mendability mentor during our regular office hours.

I am not sure my child has classic autism like in the UCI clinical trials. Will it still work for my child?
Although Sensory Enrichment therapy was tested clinically on a population of young children (3 – 12 years old) it seems to also be effective for a wide range of ages, including teenagers and young adults. Mendability seems to be also effective for children with a wide range of learning, behavior and language issues including children with ADD/ADHD, PDD, Dyslexia, Aspergers, etc…

Can’t I just do this at home for free without Mendability?
It’s kind of like Physical therapy. You could do the exercises at home on your own. For the safest and best results, with the minimum amount of effort, you should do it with an expert system or a trainer.

I’m not clear about the system. Is it primarily computer based or doing physical exercises?
The computer analyses your child’s profile and puts together the best set of Sensory Enrichment therapy protocols for you. The real therapy happens as you do the protocols with your child. You do them for a couple of weeks, then you report whatever change you saw, which tells the system what direction to go next with the therapy. It then gives you a new set of protocols to do. You do those new ones for a couple of weeks and report back. And so on. Remember that you also have a coach on our end dedicated to your “account” to help you find the best way to deliver the protocols to your child based on his interests, personality, what keeps him engaged, etc.

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124 thoughts on “Pricing – Autism Therapy Made Affordable

  1. Emerald

    My son is 9 and he is an ASPIE very smart but have anxiety ,anger issues ,ecolalia,and hard time understanding social clues and autority from adults,hard times with peers and social skills in general,how can this help us? I would like an example of an exercise I could do to see hoe effective this can be almost to good to be true!

    1. Kim Post author

      Hi Emerald, one of the things that Sensory Enrichment Therapy can do for your son is feel more comfortable in his own skin and in the world around him. Some of the biggest progress reported by parents on the program is in the area of social skills and communication. Of course, every child is unique but, from our vantage point, the odds are pretty good that your son would benefit greatly from Sensory Enrichment Therapy.

  2. Sushil Kumar


    We saw the video and read about the therapy. How do we ascertain that this therapy is necessary and beneficial for our kids? My son is 6 years plus but generally do not throw tantrums unless he find that we are really pushing hard. My learning from online videos is that it is most beneficial for kids, who just refuse to settle at a place.

    Please advise, Thanks


    1. Kim Post author

      Hi Sushil, you are right, I don’t know of a therapy that works well for everyone. So how will you know it’s a good fit for your child?

      Besides suggesting that you try it, perhaps sharing with you our statistics may be useful. According to our parent reports, here are the top 5-6 areas where progress happens first:

      - Speech and communication
      - Social Skills
      - Following instructions
      - Attention span
      - Sensory processing
      - Reading comprehension

      Parents also report progress in the other brain functions,

      - Fine and Gross motor
      - Mood regulation
      - Sleep
      - Personal care
      - Learning and Memory
      - Stimming
      - Eating

  3. Deepti

    My 2 years 8 month old daughter has been diagnosed with autism. Plz let me know how your therapy works. Would like to know more about it.

    1. Kim Post author

      Mendability uses Sensory Enrichment therapy to activate brain plasticity in kids with autism and help them overcome the symptoms of autism. Mendability’s specific protocols of Sensory Enrichment maximize neuroplasticity and neurogenesis.

      The therapy involves you administering personalized sensory exercises a couple of times a day to your daughter. There are also a few short protocols that we recommend that will boost your daughter’s brain throughout the day, so that she can regulate her mood and manage more easily the growth in her brain that the therapy will create.

      We do more than customize for need, age and ability. Mendability’s ability to detect and target where the brain is likely to make immediate improvement is a big step forward in therapy customization. With Mendability’s expert system there is no more time, energy and money wasted on working on a brain function that is not ready to improve. If the child shows us he is ready to make progress in the area of speech development, Mendability will select the best Sensory Enrichment protocols designed to stimulate the best brain function in the best way, given the child’s abilities and progress history.
      How long has it been around?

  4. Víctor Rivera

    Hello, I live in Mexico and have a daughter with Asperger’s syndrome , I would love to know how could you help her.

    1. Kim Post author

      Hi Victor, you can do Mendability anywhere. All you need is a phone and a connection to the Internet. We have clients all over the world. The only logistical difficulty to overcome sometimes is the time difference when setting up appointments with your Mendability therapist.

      Mendability is designed to help with Asperger’s. When you sign up for a Mendability account, you will have access to the expert system that will design a therapy program for you to do with your daughter. Each exercise will be selected to match her for age, skills, challenges, and most importantly for where her brain is ready.

      The exercises come with videos to show you a way to do the protocol, but I would encourage you to communicate frequently with your assigned Mendability therapist to customize further the delivery of the exercises. There is a wealth of experience among our team of coaches/therapists to help you find the best way to do the therapy with your daughter.

      I am glad you reached out. I hope I was able to give you a useful answer. Summer is a great time to do Mendability. Sensory Enrichment Therapy works a little better when there is less pressure on your daughter from things like homework, etc.

  5. ozgur

    ı don’t have a credit card,ı want to try the system for a month,if ı like it and is useful for me ı am going to have a credit card, I’ll be glad if you help me,
    best regards
    saygın ö.

    1. Kim Post author

      Hi Ozgur, call us at 1-888-579-7002 or internationally at +1 801-692-6830. We will try and work something out.

  6. Sarika Chakravarty

    Hi all,

    My son, Akshat, is 8.5 tears old and due to our financial and time constraints has never got a regular Occupational Therapy input. He is a very smart kid, but has the following issues:

    1. Scared of heights – He is a big boy but can’t jump off from a one foot high stool. He climbs down steps, one at a time, keeping both feet together on the same tread.
    2. Low muscle tone, particular in the upper limbs (hand flapping) – He cannot do simple ‘squatting and getting up’ exercises… he tumbles because of balancing issues. He has issues with handwriting and cannot maintain the scale of the alphabets. We have been trying to make him write between lines for years now. He has extremely ‘floppy’ body language.
    3. Lack of language comprehension – He just does not understand spoken language. This has improved with age but his understanding of spoken language is that of a 2 year old. More complex language nuances, he just does not understand. Therefore, he can do addition numerically, but when it becomes a word problem… he does not understand it. This also hinders his learning progression because he is at the same level of learning since last 2-3 years.
    4. Constant need for auditory stimulation – BIGGEST ISSUE. He has a constant need of auditory stimulation. He is very fond (obsessed) of mobile caller tunes, music, songs, etc. When he is not getting an external input, he is constantly humming or making those sounds on his own.
    5. Anxiety – If somebody speaks to him, then Akshat gets anxious, loses eye contact and is not able to answer even simple questions.
    5. No peer group interaction – Because of his above limitations, his peer group interaction is highly hampered. In fact, I as a parent, am very conscious about taking him to the park etc. because he easily stands out from his peer group. I have to overcome my apprehensions also. He does not know how to interact with kids and play games or do anything the regular way.

    Please please please, let me know honestly if you guys can help us. Akshat is a very smart kid with a very high potential but he has to vercome these issues to integrate in the society, after that I am sure, he will fly.


    Many thanks,

    1. Kim Post author

      Hello Sarika,

      The issues you describe are on the list of brain functions that Mendability is designed to address, yes. We have seen that parents tend to report progress first in the areas of Sensory Processing, Communication and Social Skills. Wouldn’t it be great if you saw the same progress in your child within the first 6 months of therapy? Hopefully you will too, like these other parents. Movement Control and Higher Cognitive concepts tend to come later on, usually, but there are always surprises.

      At this point, our group enrollment program is designed for 10 children and above. It starts at $3,600 per year for 10 children, compared to $828 for a single family account. There is room on a single family account for more than one child but it is really meant to be for members of the same household who can easily communicate with one coach.

      Do you live in the US? Are you a member of TACA? ( We have a partnership with them to administer a scholarship program in the US to their members. Membership is free and they provide some of the best family support services we know. We have a similar partnership in Australia with AASS (

  7. Monica Vaughn

    I am a neonatal occupational therapist, I have trained in Brain Gym, manual therapy, reflexes, and Sensory Integration techniques and focus on the sensory system and movement base learning and still feel that these 23 to 25 week survivors can have more offered to their brain/body connection, is there a direction in mendability that you can direct my education and learning or can I be part of research with the neonatal population on improving more fully their sensory processing development. Thank you from all the Mother’s I work with on this Mother’s Day and of course myself

    1. Kim Post author

      Hi Monica,

      We would love to see a study done with newborns. Are you affiliated with a University research team?

      Sensory Enrichment therapy is designed to help with sensory processing development, yes, but not directly necessarily. It’s not like we would use smell activities to help the brain process smell better. It’s not direct work like you would see in most interventions.

      Sensory Enrichment Therapy is a new category of therapy designed to boost the plasticity of the brain by using carefully constructed sensory protocols. When the brain is in that increased level of plasticity, there is a lot it can do to start “re-wiring” itself. Right now, we believe that with Sensory Enrichment Therapy we help the brain repair itself. With Sensory Enrichment Therapy we do sensory activities that we have found to be the most useful to support repair in a brain function, given a set of criteria. To help one brain function, there may be dozens of different applicable protocols, but we give you the one that works best based on your circumstances.

      The exercise we give you may not appear to be directly related to the brain function that we would like to see improve. This is how we end up sometimes assigning rolling play dough between your fingertips in an effort to support speech development, for example.

  8. Janice Bomberger

    I am an ESE (Exceptional Student Educator) teacher working with a variety of ages (5 yrs to 10 yrs) in grades Kindergarten through 3rd grade. I can see how this program can be used in the home, but how could I use it with multiple students varying from Asperger’s Syndrome to severe ADHD and/or behavioral disorders, even learning disabilities? Do you have any special programs designed for teachers? If so, what is the cost? Thank you for your information.

    1. Kim Post author

      Hi Janice,

      Yes, you’re right, Mendability is designed for one parent to work with one child. For groups, we really would need more features, ways to create a core set of exercises that would help everyone in the group, along with a set of exercises adapted to a few kids that you would like to give more attention to.

      Fortunately we are not completely tied to computers. When you sign up for an account, you get assigned to one of our coaches/therapists who can help you put together a program that makes sense for your group(s).

      One thing you could do is pretend your group is one “entity”.

      When you answer the questionnaire that is used to assign the exercises, you would answer it by describing the highest capacities of the kids in your group. And then work with your assigned coach to adapt one or two of the games to the exceptional kids in your group for whom you would like to do something special.

      So all the kids in the group would be doing the same protocols every day. Then, after a couple of weeks, when it’s time to change the exercises, you would report the changes you see in every kid. The worksheet you would get would be designed around the overall change of the group that way.

      The above suggestion is based on the description you gave me of your groups. We could split into more homogeneous groups too.

      But call and we can figure something out that is more concrete.

  9. Lisa Jameson

    A few days ago I saw another program to help young adults with Asperger’s. They are Danny & Hayden the
    “Asperger Experts.” Is your program basically the same? They are young adults with Asperger’s who have a
    program to help others too. I have a 27 year old son who has Asperger’s. Does this program
    help other parts of the Autism Spectrum too?

    1. Kim Post author

      Hi Lisa,

      I don’t know enough about their coaching program to be able to say for sure. I don’t think I saw anything on their site about a therapy. Are you familiar with their services? It looks like life coaching.

      In an nutshell, Mendability is a therapy. We are the original provider of Sensory Enrichment Therapy for autism and Asperger’s. Sensory Enrichment Therapy is a clinically validated treatment that uses sensory experiences to enable the brain to overcome the symptoms of autism and Asperger’s.

      With Mendability, you will be doing sensory activities with your son every day as part of the therapy. He may do some of the protocols himself too.

      When you sign up, you will be assigned to one of our Sensory Enrichment therapists. They will help you with strategies, adapting the instructions you see on the web site to make them more interesting for your son. We can work around his interests, for example.

      Does this give you an idea of what the therapy would look like?

  10. Susan


    I am interested in signing up for your program, but am concerned with time constraints. My daughter in in school full day, so I can only run the program after school and before bed. Is it better to do it once in the morning and once in the evening instead?


    1. Kim Post author

      Hi Susan,

      After school and before bed is probably your best bet, yes. School can be a heavy load and a major drain on your child anyway, and I would not expect the brain to be able to do much in terms of repair during school, so no need in triggering that process before he goes.

      I would try to fit a brain boost protocol before he goes to school so that at least his first hour there is OK. Some parents have been able to get the aides to help in administering the brain boosting protocols. The way they introduced the protocol is as a crisis solver. “When you see that he is about to have a melt down, use this technique”. The teachers appreciate any help they can get and they will quickly see the results of implementing a simple sensory enrichment technique.

      You do what you can. The most important is to be consistent. For best results we recommend that your son gets a good hour of down time between sessions. After school and before bed is actually a pretty good setup.

  11. Eva Antonel

    Can the therapy be administered to one self if the person who needs it is an adult? I am thinking of introducing it to a young man that is 27 years old and has a diagnoses of Asperger Syndrome.
    Thank you,

    1. Kim Post author

      Yes, it can be adapted to be self-administered. I know of one adult with Asperger’s who is doing it himself right now and he had a very good experience with a lot of improvements right away. Of course, it’s always better when there is someone there to at least supervise that it is getting done.

  12. Michele Nehls

    Hello Kim,

    This is Michele Nehls, producer for the Innovations TV Series with Ed Begley, Jr. I’m in the process right now of planning our programming for next quarter and I might have an interest in possibly featuring you in an upcoming episode on advancements and innovations taking place in the industry. I do have a few questions for you so please call me as soon as possible my direct line is 561-283-3337. I will try and get a call to you also. Link to show is below:

    For more information and to view some recent segments, please visit:
    Thank You,

    1. Kim Post author

      Thank you for your interest in showcasing Mendability. I can see that with an automation engineer, a PhD in biometrics, an award-winning clinical trial and a co-founder bent on finding a solution to the increasing cost of treating autism, there would be something to fit into your TV series. :-)

      I look forward to speaking with you about the story.

    1. Kim Post author

      Hi, Steve.

      The program is online. When you sign up, you’ll be assigned a coach/therapist. You can figure out together when to arrange the best times to phone each other. They can give you their extension number to reach after hours for more flexible arrangements, this kind of thing. With our other Australian families, we usually work in the morning (for you) and the afternoon (for us). We’re on Mountain Time: GMT – 7.

  13. Windy Roberts

    If you were able to save your child why not share your discovery? Why charge? You would have done anything if someone would have helped you. Now you have the answer you say? But only to those that can afford it.

    1. Kim Post author

      You will see within the first few weeks whether Mendability is a good fit. If it isn’t, you may take advantage of our offer to refund you. The button is right on your membership settings page, in the section for changing your payment method, etc.

      I know that supplements and therapies cost a fortune and that it’s tough to add anything on top of all that. That’s why we partnered with TACA ( to provide scholarships. There is a waiting list currently, but it’s not very long.

      Of note, in the clinical trials, the kids did all the standard therapies + Sensory Enrichment therapy, but there are many families who cannot access effective therapies either because of cost or because they live too far. In these cases, Mendability is all they could afford and they saw great results too.

  14. Crystal

    Our son has Downs Syndrome (translocation 14/21) and Autism (from mmr shot), His right optic nerve is white. The drs said he had no electrical activity in his right eye. He is now 18 and has minimal speech (gets what he wants/needs across But one word, rarely two words spoken. We have tried vitamins wit Nutri chem (made esp. for children with DS), mineral supplementation, HBOT treatment (4 days, 2 hrs for 7 weeks) Still do liquid mineral supplementation. Have seen a little improvement, but not a lot. I have always said he is Very smart but has a hard time getting it out. Will this therapy work for him? I have not seen anything in the questions regarding Mentally Challenged or Downs in all that I have read here. He is a very easy going child but does tend to rock ALOT when he gets nervous or upset. Hope to hear from you soon. Thanks for giving up hope to help our littles!!

    1. Kim Post author

      Hi Crystal,

      We don’t have clinical data for Down syndrome, so I can’t tell you much more than what we have seen in our experience with Down syndrome. From our anecdotal observations, the results are on par with the kind of results we see with children with autism.

      The biggest challenge with adults is when cooperation is difficult. They’re just harder to coax. Otherwise, we don’t see a difference in gains due to age.

      Everyone is different, of course, so really, the best to do is try for a month and take advantage of our refund if you don’t see enough progress in the first month to justify continuing.

      – Kim

    1. Kim Post author

      $89 is currently the lowest cost to do Sensory Enrichment therapy. But there are good news in the pipeline about that. Watch this space! :-)

  15. meg fairfield

    I’m not clear about the system Is it primarily computer based or doing physical exercises and setting up various experiments like Brain Balance does at their centers?

    1. Kim Post author

      Hi Meg,

      The computer analyses your child’s profile and puts together the best set of Sensory Enrichment therapy protocols for you. The real therapy happens as you do the protocols with your child. You do them for a couple of weeks, then you report whatever change you saw, which tells the system what direction to go next with the therapy. It then gives you a new set of protocols to do. You do those new ones for a couple of weeks and report back. And so on.

      The whole time you have a coach on our end dedicated to your “account” to help you find the best way to deliver the protocols to your child based on his interests, personality, what keeps him engaged, etc.

  16. Carolina

    Hi, my son is 5 years old and was diagnosed with autism, he has had a lot of improvement with his behavior, understanding and following instructions, but his speech since to be hard for him to come. He has some characteristics of echolalia too, and I was wondering if this program can help him to have a fluent conversation in stead of repeating everything me or other people said.

    1. Kim Post author

      Hi Carolina, Echolalia and natural speech development are among the things addressed with Sensory Enrichment therapy. We have had great reports from parents seeing these skills improve.

  17. Karen

    Does this treatment help or work for a child with DCD/Dyspraxia, ADHD, sensory processing and anxiety??? How does it work for these? Do you suggest you still attend OT at the same time?

    1. Kim Post author

      Yes, Sensory Enrichment prompts the natural mechanisms of brain plasticity and helps the brain compensate for many challenges, including the ones you listed. Parents have been reporting great improvements in brain functions like speech, attention span, movement control, sensory processing and anxiety.


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