SEALS is a unique ABA therapy program designed to teach three to six-year-old children with autism how to interact with their peers and learn in a group setting.
Our team builds an individualized plan for each child, outlining goals and addressing challenging behavior. This program blends learning in small groups with one-on-one training with an ABA Implementer. SEALS also provides support and training for parents so that they can learn how to best understand their child and the nature of their disability.
We are currently enrolling for our SEALS program in Columbia! To register, please contact Megan Tregnago at 573-447-8307.
Initial skills assessment and development of individualized goals
1:1 private instruction with a trained ABA Implementer
Program supervision from a Board Certified Behavior Analyst
Play opportunities to apply learned skills
Group activities, such as circle time, music time, play, and snack
1:1 monthly parent training sessions to help children apply their skills at home
Use of evidence-based techniques from the Early Start Denver Model
We recognize that every child is unique. Our team will work closely with parents and their child to develop an individualized plan to work towards specific goals within the following areas:
Social Emotional Behavior
Receptive & Expressive Language
As an onsite program, SEALS has multiple benefits including, but not limited to:
Structured classroom environment with a routine similar to a school setting
Ability to practice transitions between activities
Flexibility to create situations for increased learning opportunities
Opportunities to engage in academic group activities, such as circle time
Opportunities for social interaction with other children
Contact us today to ask about enrolling your child in SEALS. Please note that a skills assessment will be conducted before acceptance in to the program. This assessment will determine whether this program will best meet your child’s needs.
SEALS is an onsite program that takes place at the following offices: