Center-Based Services

  • Skills are developed in a one-to-one or group setting.
  • A structured group setting allows for generalization and maintenance of skills along with development of social interaction skills.
  • On site Board Certified Behavior Analysts (BCBA’s) are readily available for program oversight.

In-Home Services

  • Behavior management strategies are developed according to your family’s home environment.
  • Technicians work with family’s to establish and maintain a routine.
  • Parents are coached on ABA techniques during regular family routines.

Early Intervention

  • Basic skills are developed to assist the learner with transitioning to school and the community.
  • Extensive instruction includes functional communication training, potty training, and structured learning.

Parent training

  • Parents receive coaching from technicians during sessions.
  • Individualized family training is scheduled with Clinical Supervisors.
  • Parent training ensures parents ability to become “around the clock” therapists.
  • Multifamily training workshops are available on various topics including potty training, navigating the IEP process, sign language to use at home, decreasing unwanted behaviors and more.

Enrichment

  • Our summer enrichment program teaches our learners the skills needed for building relationships with friends and family through therapeutic art, yoga, STEM, fitness and health, and social activities.

Enrichment Program Descriptions:

Indoor Explorers: Board games, card games, indoor movement games, cooking and more! This enrichment program teaches age-appropriate game play and social rules so learners can increase successful play time with classmates, peers and family members. Social skill focus is sharing joint attention, turn-taking, and expected vs. unexpected behaviors.

Yoga & Mindfulness: Learners will learn ways to express their emotions through safe movement through activities including yoga and breathing exercises. Social skill focus is coping with anxiety, self-regulation, following directions, personal space. Curriculum designed by Registered Yoga Teacher-200.

Fun with Fitness: During Fun with Fitness, learners play games they can take with them to recess and play-dates, strengthening gross motor skills while learning recreational fitness activities for lifelong wellness. Social Skill focus is teamwork, winning and losing, staying with the group, and generalization of skills across environments.

Art Therapy: Learners have opportunities for artistic expression and sensory integration across a variety of art forms, including visual art, music and drama. Social skills focus is asking and answering questions, sharing materials, identifying emotions, developing independent coping skills.

Mad Science: Learners will design, build and explore the world around them through multi-sensory experiments and STEM activities. Social skills focus is self-regulation, working with a group to reach a goal, and generalizing communication skills across activities.

Insurance

ABA therapy is covered under insurance. Check your eligibility and benefits for ABA therapy. We are in network with the following insurance companies:

Grants

Grants can be used when paying for services not covered by your insurance. We accept grants from Low Intensity Support Services (LISS). Click HERE for more information on how to earn up to $2,000 for services.

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