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Salaries for Applied Behavior Analysts in New Hampshire

After ten years in the field, Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA®s) in New Hampshire can earn up to $91,000 a year, and typically see an average annual salary increase of more than $1,200.

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Salaries for Experienced Board Certified Behavior Analysts in New Hampshire’s Largest Cities

Shown below are the salary figures for applied behavior analysts with ten years of experience in the six largest cities in New Hampshire by sector.

Each list provides the overall salary range (from median to 90th percentile) for each city, followed by the median salary for a number of employment sectors (December 2016):

Manchester – $62,355 – $82,000

  • Companies – $66,282
  • Private Practice – $65,639
  • Government – $64,850
  • School Districts – $63,009
  • Non-Profits – $58,600

Nashua – $65,141 – $86,000

  • Private Practice – $67,500
  • Companies – $67,476
  • Government – $67,031
  • School Districts – $65,787
  • Non-Profits – $61,067

Concord – $60,870 – $80,000

  • Private Practice – $63,124
  • Government – $62,936
  • Companies – $62,220
  • School Districts – $61,303
  • Non-Profits – $59,488

Dover – $60,201 – $78,000

  • Companies – $62,234
  • Government – $62,036
  • Private Practice – $61,611
  • School Districts – $59,339
  • Non-Profits – $57,645

Salem – $61,136 – $79,000

  • Companies – $64,329
  • Government – $63,193
  • Non-Profits – $59,442
  • Private Practice – $63,188
  • School Districts – $63,197

Keene – $60,282 – $80,000

  • Government – $62,838
  • Private Practice – $61,990
  • Companies – $61,169
  • School Districts – $60,537
  • Non-Profits – $57,777

Entry-Level Salaries for Board Certified Behavior Analysts in New Hampshire’s Largest Cities

Shown below are the entry-level salary figures for behavior analysts in the six largest cities in New Hampshire by sector. Each list provides the overall salary range (from median to 90th percentile) for each city, followed by the median salary for a number of employment sectors (December 2016):

Manchester – $49,115 – $65,000

  • Companies – $51,715
  • Government – $51,377
  • Private Practice – $50,560
  • School Districts – $50,420
  • Non-Profits – $47,562

Nashua – $50,839 – $68,000

  • Private Practice – $53,956
  • Government – $53,052
  • Companies – $52,724
  • School Districts – $51,654
  • Non-Profits – $48,917

Concord – $49,025 – $65,000

  • Companies – $52,040
  • Government – $51,474
  • School Districts – $50,899
  • Private Practice – $50,007
  • Non-Profits – $49,262

Dover – $48,914 – $64,000

  • Companies – $50,735
  • Government – $49,577
  • Private Practice – $49,392
  • Non-Profits – $48,714
  • School Districts – $48,198

Salem – $50,333 – $65,000

  • Companies – $52,706
  • Government – $51,010
  • Private Practice – $51,661
  • Non-Profits – $50,247
  • School Districts – $49,630

Keene – $47,779 – $64,000

  • Companies – $50,687
  • Private Practice – $49,205
  • School Districts – $49,111
  • Government – $48,925
  • Non-Profits – $48,842

Insurance Companies in New Hampshire are Now Mandated to Cover ABA Therapy for the Treatment of Autism

Autism advocacy groups applauded Governor John Lynch when he enacted Connor’s Law (HB 569) in July 2010. Starting on January 1, 2011, the bill requires that New Hampshire’s insurance companies cover the costs of ABA therapy to treat autism spectrum disorders (ASDs).

While insurance regulations in many states specifically exclude ABA coverage, New Hampshire’s law mandates coverage up to $36,000 a year for children 12 years old and younger and $27,000 for youths aged 13 to 21 with ASDs.

Hundreds of studies have shown that ABA treatment can dramatically increase the abilities of children with ASDs to function in society and even attend school. However, the cost of this treatment was devastating to many families with autistic children.

This legislative change also increases opportunities for ABAs in the private sector and enhances the value of the BCBA® credential. ABA therapy is not eligible for coverage unless it is provided by a BCBA® or a therapist who is supervised by a board-certified ABA.

PayScale.com provides detailed information on what applied behavior analysts in various employment settings and with various levels of experience can expect to earn in New Hampshire.

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