Our services include Psychotherapy, Intensive Behavior Intervention, Testing and Assessments and Support Groups. We offer our clinical services to all age groups and are not limited to individuals diagnosed with ASD.
Educate, Train and
Helping students, parents, and families navigate everyday life.
Promote Students’ Independence
Help with participation in family, school and community life.
Improve Long-Term Outcomes
Improve quality of life for students and their families.
Why Therapy Services?
Why is this necessary? Don’t you already provide extraordinary supports within the classroom?
Currently, our behavior department works with our teachers and how teachers can adjust what they are doing to create a more successful learning environment for the students. Intensive behavior intervention would work with the students to teach new skills so the students can become independently successful.
Our teachers are highly qualified in how to teach academics to students with autism and related learning differences, but our teachers are not behavior therapists. The behavior therapist focuses on behavioral goals, allowing the teacher to focus on academic goals. A behavior therapist will teach skills to reduce maladaptive behaviors, increase learning readiness skills, review progress periodically and make adjustments as needed. Teachers and Behavior Therapists working together in a consistent manner will provide the greatest benefit for the student.
Additionally, ABA methods are useful for helping individuals and families manage some of the difficult behaviors that may occur in the home or community. Our IBI services will allow our Behavior Therapists to come alongside families so that the student has consistent expectations at school, home and in the community.
Learn More About Our Therapy Services:
Intensive Behavior Intervention provides medically necessary intensive training that targetsfunctional skills and core deficits of people with ASD and related conditions.Learn More
Testing & Assessments
An assessment is the first stage in the treatment process. It can provide information about the individual to gain more insight as well as be helpful for other service providers to navigate, support and improve functioning.Learn More
Occupational therapy teaches children how to perform activities of daily living (dressing, eating, handwriting, etc.), interact socially, and cope with the sensory stimulation within their environment.Learn More
Children receive physical therapy to learn to move better! Physical therapists work on strength, balance, coordination, and mobility to help children develop and progress toward goals that are individually made for them.Learn More
Children receive speech-language therapy to learn to better communicate their wants and needs and to achieve their individually-designed goals. Speech-language pathologists work on articulation skills, language development, and oral motor/feeding challenges.Learn More