Our Services

Early Intervention

“When intervention is delayed, it takes four times as long to intervene in fourth grade as it does in late kindergarten because of brain development and because of the increase in content for students to learn as they grow older.”

National Institute of Child Health and Human Development

Our team of highly trained behavior analysts utilize a wide variety of effective intervention strategies to help our clients grow and learn in the way that best suits them. Our centers are accepting and compassionate spaces where therapists strive to build a trusting relationship with each client. It is our goal to set up rewarding and joyful environments where our clients can thrive. Our therapists skillfully weave learning opportunities into play and routines, creating a natural and developmentally appropriate intervention individualized for each child. Our interventionists utilize naturalistic developmental behavioral interventions, pivotal response treatment, skill-based treatment, Early Start Denver Model, discrete-trial teaching, and many other behavioral principles and interventions.

Your child's clinical team provides additional support by involving the entire family through regular caregiver meetings and in-home family training. We aim to support as many families as possible, therefore we accept a variety of health insurance plans and can assist you in navigating the complex insurance process.

Comprehensive ABA Services

Our early intensive intervention services consist of 30-40 hours per week of comprehensive, individualized treatment. All sessions are conducted one-on-one with Behavior Technicians under constant supervision of a clinical supervisor. Programs are primarily center-based and tailored to each client's needs.

Once your child starts attending school, treatment hours typically reduce to 10-15 hours per week in the afternoons. Services continue throughout the summer and during seasonal school breaks. Our team collaborates with schools and other services to maximize learning opportunities and maintain consistency.

The skills we work on throughout the day can vary greatly based on each child's age and developmental needs. Your child's daily schedule will likely include many of the following activities:

Example Activity Example Skills Targeted
Breakfast, snack, & lunchtime with peers
  • Independent feeding
  • New foods
  • Waiting & sitting while eating
  • Cleaning up after oneself
Potty training
  • Dressing
  • Following routine
  • Washing hands
Working on skills at individual stations
  • Matching & object identification
  • Task completion
  • Pretend Play
Circle time Group skills such as:

  • Attending & joint attention
  • Sitting
  • Turn-taking
  • Following instructions
  • Pre-Academics (colors, numbers, letter & object identification)
  • Sing-a-long songs & gestures
Communication lessons
  • Requesting via vocal skills, PECS or other AAC Devices
Cooperative, peer play, & social skills
  • Social interaction with peers
  • Gross motor skills
  • Fine motor skills
  • Turn-taking & sharing
  • Communication skills
  • Assertiveness
Adaptive & leisure skills
  • Task completion during play with puzzles, shape sorters or books
  • Sensory play
  • Self-help skills such as prepping meals, hygiene, & self-care
  • Independent play skills
  • Safety skills
Executive functions
  • Following routines
  • Planning & organizing
  • Emotional coping skills
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