Our approach to ABA therapy and all of our therapies is rooted in the belief that every child brings unique abilities and perspectives. We aim to nurture these strengths while addressing any challenges.
We create an environment of acceptance and understanding for each child that walks through our doors.
By collaborating closely with families, we create individualized therapeutic approaches that respect and integrate your deep understanding of your child's needs.
We value your input, keep you informed on your child's progress, and empower you with strategies to support your child outside of the clinic environment.
We prioritize your child's autonomy, ensuring their voice is heard and incorporated into the therapy process to foster self-confidence and personal growth.
We'll work with your child's sensory sensitivities and respect their need for routine, and do not work towards "normalizing" behaviors at the expense of your child's creativity, individuality, and autonomy.
Our team is dedicated to creating an open, respectful environment where we meet your child where they are every day.
Therapy progresses cooperatively, always prioritizing your child's comfort and consent. Along the way, we make sure there is plenty of time for rest, play, and typical childhood activities.
We strive to help your child develop important life skills in a safe, supportive setting that respects their sensory needs and personal comfort.
Our therapists take time to build rapport with your child, customize their approach, and respect your child's sensory sensitivities and need for routine.
Each of our individual therapy rooms is equipped to target your child's unique goals through one-on-one sessions with your child's Behavior Therapist.
These private spaces allow your child to focus and make progress on language, communication, academics, cognitive skills, emotional regulation, and more.
Our gyms are some of our clients' most-loved spaces. They feature several kid-favorite activities, including swings, trapeze bars, slides, balls, and many other games.
Our gym spaces target strength, balance, coordination, and sensory processing in an environment of play.
Our sensory rooms support clients in regulation and focus, tailored to your child's individual needs.
A sensory room is a safe environment designed to provide individuals the opportunity to decompress and cope with a variety of sensory experiences. Many of our kids find comfort in our sensory rooms while developing their visual, auditory, and tactile processing skills.
We have several classroom-style spaces to help our clients with group instruction, following directions, imitation skills, and parallel play.
Classrooms provide clients with readiness for their own school journey, in addition to opportunities for socialization and group learning.
Our centers feature a variety of stations for activities that kids love. These include corners for reading, playing, and practicing real-world skills for inside and outside the home.
Our centers are built around learning spaces for clients to offer support with improving and practicing daily living skills.
We support a variety of ages in our centers, and provide curriculum-based programs for individuals aged 12-22 as part of our specialized Teen & Young Adult program.
Our ABA clinics can help kids with autism improve social interactions, perspective-taking, attention, taking turns, developing friendships, understanding social cues, and participating in social activities.
ABA therapy can focus on various aspects of language development, including expressive and receptive communication, expanding vocabulary, constructing sentences, understanding pragmatic language, and improving nonverbal communication.
ABA can help with the development of self-help abilities, including using the toilet, getting dressed, eating, grooming, and maintaining personal hygiene. We help kids with everyday living, participating in the community, and achieving independence.
With the help of our Board Certified Behavior Analysts, ABA can assist in fostering the development of various academic skills, such as reading, writing, math, problem-solving, organizational skills, following instructions, and accomplishing tasks.
ABA therapy can effectively tackle challenging behaviors and aid children in cultivating adaptive behaviors. It centers on minimizing problem behaviors such as aggression, self-injury, and tantrums, simultaneously instilling alternative behaviors that are fitting and socially accepted.
ABA therapy in our welcoming environment can help children with autism develop play and leisure skills, such as using their imagination, playing together with friends, following game rules and instructions, and participating in fun activities. We make sure ABA therapy is fun and engaging!
Cognitive abilities encompass the fundamental skills our brains utilize for thinking, reading, learning, remembering, reasoning, and focusing. ABA therapy can boost cognitive skills and increase independence.
An improvement in emotional regulation means that a child can better recognize and convey their emotions, handle anxiety or frustrating situations, and better manage chronic or acute stressors.
ABA therapy can help children develop independence and self-management skills, allowing them to become more self-reliant, effectively organize tasks, set and meet goals, and follow routines.