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Autism (ASD) Services

Easterseals Central California is a leader in providing comprehensive, evidence-based evaluation and treatment for individuals from birth through young adulthood diagnosed on the autism spectrum. We offer innovative therapies as well as training, support, and education services to create life-changing solutions for those with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and their families.

We are focused on four goals:

Contact

Timothy Yeager
Director of Client Services and Programs - Fresno
559-369-7197

Alex Barber
BCBA, Behavior Specialist - Aptos
831-687-9046

Drea Strompf
PLAY Project Consultant - Fresno
559-652-2431

Easterseals Central California's Autism Services include: 

Behavior Intervention Services

Behavior Intervention Services provides consultation and support for school staff in order to maximize the academic, behavioral and social skills of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) from preschool through adulthood within their educational, home and community settings.

Early Intervention Autism Program

The Early Intervention Autism Program provides early intervention for ages 0-3. It is designed to build meaningful behavioral, self-help, language, communication, cognitive, fine motor, gross motor, and social and emotional skills.

Educational Services

The Educational Services program provides services that supplement those normally offered by public schools. These services include: one-to-one assistance, sign language interpretation, adapted physical education, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy, behavior intervention and home teaching.

PLAY Project (Play and Language for Autistic Youngsters)

PLAY Project is a unique home-based parent education program based on Dr. Stanley Greenspan's developmental approach. It's a tiered program in which children ages 0-6 and their families are trained by our Home Consultant and PLAY Tutor so parents can become the primary providers of this method. This program is active in Fresno County.

Information and Resources about Autism

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