Focus of Services
The focus of services may include:
- Improving Communication - direction following, eye contact, language development and conversation.
- Social Interactions - increasing social skills, greetings, problem solving, friendships and hidden social guidelines while decreasing problem behaviors such as non-compliance, tantrums and self-injury.
- Adaptive Skills - dressing, feeding, routines, organization skills, self-care, home chores and responsibilities as well as skills for employment and community interactions.
- Parents - parents will receive training and support from the therapist to help strengthen their strategies to communicate with and recognize how they can support their child at home and in the community. They will learn to understand, evaluate and support the child's learning process. Treatment recommendations, goals and strategies are developed collaboratively with parents ensuring consistency with each family's culture, needs and priorities.
- Training - specific individualized training will occur with parents and other caregivers, school staff and other individuals on a variety of topics.
- Scholarship assistance funds are available.
Our behavioral services are a collaborative effort with training to help a family support the needs of the child in the home and community for an improved quality of life.
- ABA learning styles
- Training & Improving Social Skills
- Behavioral Assessment & Planning
- Minimizing Challenging Behaviors
- Using Principles of Reinforcement to achieve goals
- Using structured activities
- Development & Implementation of a home communication program
- Training and Support for self-care skills