ABA works to improve social, communication, independent living, and learning skills through positive reinforcement. ABA increases socially important skills that are meaningful to the family and their community.
SLP addresses challenges with language and communication. These services help to promote spoken language, nonverbal skills such as signs or gestures, or learning to communicate using an alternative method.
OT helps children gain independence in everyday activities through strengthening the development of motor skills, visual motor and perceptual skills, sensory processing, and self-care skills. These services are individualized for each child’s unique profile and goals are tailored to the specific needs of that child and their family.
PT helps to improve gross motor movements, balance and coordination, strengthening, functional mobility, and motor planning. These skills aid in the development of independent living and social play skills with peers.
Our Early Intensive Behavioral Program provides early learners ages 1-6 a comprehensive service delivery model targeting a variety of developmental domains, including daily living skills, play and social skills, and communication. Our intensive Behavioral Programs are in center.
Our School Age Intensive Behavioral Program provides secondary learners ages 6-18 a comprehensive service delivery model targeting a variety of developmental domains, including daily living skills, social skills, and vocational skills. Our intensive Behavioral Programs are in center.
Our Transitional Program is a focused program designed to ensure successful step down and transition from comprehensive behavioral programs. This program focuses on generalization and maintenance of previously learned skills. Our Transitional Program is a combination of classroom group learning, in home services, and in community based services.