We’re dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for individuals with autism, developmental disabilities and special needs. We believe the right clinical services are the foundation of a productive life filled with opportunity and possibility for individuals and their families.

Our experienced clinical team performs comprehensive assessments and services that are tailored to meet clients’ and their families’ needs. Our services are provided in a variety of settings including the home, our clinics, and in the community.

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a common treatment option for individuals who have Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). It is a scientific discipline focusing on meaningful changes in behavior through the analysis, design, implementation and evaluation of social and other environmental modifications.

In our 1:1 Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) program, clients meet individually with a practitioner in a natural environment. This can be in one of our clinics or in their home or another location in the community. Clients focus on increasing skills such as communication, social interactions and self-reliance, ability to focus and follow instructions, and decreasing problem behaviors such as self-injury or outbursts.

Parent Led ABA is a methodology that targets intensive parent engagement and implementation for a determined period of time, followed by a less intensive maintenance period.

Just like 1:1 ABA, Parent Led ABA is overseen by highly trained experts in ABA, a Clinical Manager/BCBA, and supported by a Program Supervisor, BCaBA or Master’s level practitioner. The supervision team ensures that goals are achievable, conducts ongoing reassessments, provides guidance and support to the parent and reports progress to the funding source.

The goal of Parent Led ABA is to give parents the tools to support and teach their child using basic ABA skills.

Our Social Skills Groups are focused on teaching and reinforcing social skills development through structured social skill building activities. These groups are uniquely designed and facilitated in groups of school-age children, adolescents, and young adults. These groups focus on developing and growing age appropriate abilities such as interacting with new people, developing friendships, dealing with feelings and problem solving.

Our Early Intervention services offer a comprehensive, research-based treatment program for children from birth to three years of age diagnosed with or showing signs of a developmental delay, or considered at high risk of a developmental delay.

We use a play-based, interdisciplinary, and family-centered model in which all services are provided in the child’s natural environment, including the child’s home, family daycare, childcare center, or other community-based sites. Our Early Intervention staff includes specialized instructors, occupational therapists, physical therapists, and speech therapists.

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