Autism is a complex neurobiological disorder that affects communication, social behavior, and development. Autism affects 1 in 54 children in the United States, but, with early diagnosis, intervention, and behavioral techniques, children with autism can live full, engaging lives in the community.
Our team creates individualized plans to develop and improve communication and social skills while troubleshooting problem behaviors. Our services include parent training, family support groups, and community-integration.
Our staff members support families by creating an individualized plan that will allow their child to live a happy, independent life in the community.
We provide support and issue-specific behavior training for families. Our two-week Parent Training program includes group instruction, individual sessions, and guided observation.
Our therapies are designed to improve your child’s ability to engage and participate in family activities and daily routines.
We provide families with a chance to relax, connect, and enjoy social activities. Teens and young adults can register for our social groups in order to build friendships and develop their social skills.
Our program provides participants the support they need to make friends and enjoy a social life. They learn and develop new skills through hands-on activities with parents and peers.
Through a customized approach, individuals with autism work with our staff to achieve their social and communication goals as they build friendships and develop social skills.
We are committed to educating our community about disabilities, including autism. Please contact us if you would like one of our qualified staff members to address your group or organization about how to create a more inclusive community.
Through group training, participants focus on building skills to prepare them to volunteer and/or work in their community.
LINK is our Employment + Autism Services program. Our team prepares individuals with autism for success in the workplace.
Our Early Childhood Academy is a unique, hybrid program specifically designed to teach children with autism, ages 18 months to five years, how to interact with their peers and learn in a group setting. Staff members additionally support parents through home visits that promote the child’s progress.
SEALS is a special intensive ABA therapy program for children with autism. This is an ongoing program that prepares children, ages three to six years, to learn in a group setting and teaches them how to interact with their peers.
We have programs throughout the regions we serve that offer support for families impacted by autism. These programs are available in the following regions:
Please note that not all autism programs are available at each location. Please contact your regional office for a complete list of services offered in your region. For a full list of our offices, please visit our Locations page.