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When Dr. Ronit Molko entered the autism services field more than three decades ago, the diagnosis rate for children with autism was one in 2,500. Today, that number has increased radically to one in 54. The increasing diagnosis rates are a global phenomenon that has spurred the services industry into rapid growth while attracting investors in increasing numbers.

Dr. Ronit Molko partners with organizations and investors working to make a difference in autism care and autism service industries. As a consultant to the autism services industry, Dr. Molko provides unique expertise to organizations providing services to families affected by autism and developmental disabilities and to investors seeking to put capital to work in the autism market.

How to start a movement toward meaningful change:


Working successfully through the challenges

The high demand for autism healthcare services is pressuring healthcare’s bandwidth to deliver quality outcomes, let alone growth in services. With 30 years of expertise in autism spectrum disorders and developmental disabilities, Dr. Molko knows about the headwinds facing the industry today, and how to help companies and organizations work through them.

Leading a movement toward better outcomes

Dr. Ronit Molko’s unique combination of clinical, service, and business experience, puts her at the forefront of a nationwide movement toward improved long-term outcomes for people with autism. As the industry moves from fee for service to a performance-based model of reimbursement,  Dr. Molko brings vision and strategy to organizations, entrepreneurs and investors to help generate strong returns while making a positive impact on individual lives and the world.

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Keys to overcoming organizational challenges

  • Build value by developing strategies and implementing processes that scale.
  • Foster strong company cultures and affect change through high value relationships.
  • Bridge the gap between stakeholders and customers to improve clinical outcomes, efficiency, staff retention, and service 
  • Leverage technology and innovation to provide the best services possible.


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MYTH: Nonverbal or Nonspeaking People with Autism are Intellectually Disabled

RONIT MOLKO, PH.D., BCBA-DSTRATEGIC ADVISOR, LEARN BEHAVIORAL Just because someone is nonspeaking, does not mean they’re non-thinking. Around 25 to 30 percent of children with autism spectrum disorder are minimally verbal or do not speak at all. These individuals are referred to as nonverbal or nonspeaking, but even the term nonverbal is a bit of …
September 30

A Personal Account of Raising a Child with Autism

February 1

Reconsidering the Autism Spectrum

View Dr. Ronit Molko's TedX talk on Reconsidering the Autism Spectrum.