Services Available:

  • Consultation and training services for parents, agencies and individuals
  • Applied Behavioral Analysis
  • Behavioral Assessment and Intervention Design
  • Assessment and Diagnostic services
  • Early Intervention Services
    • Parent Child Interaction Therapy
    • SafeCare Home Visitation Model
    • Parents-as-Teachers (PAT)
  • Outpatient and Group Therapy Services
  • Social Skills Groups
  • Parenting Classes
    • Divorced Parenting
    • Parenting Wisely
    • Love and Logic
    • Moral Recognation Therapy (MRT) Parenting
  • Adult Group Therapy
    • Anger Management
    • Moral Recognation Therapy (MRT)
  • Training in the basic levels of:
    • Pivotal Response Treatment (PRT)
    • DIR/Floortime
    • SCERTS

What do services look like?

Services include:

  • Teaching and engaging the family in the process of working together to meet the needs of each family member, especially the member with challenges
  • Encompasses the family in the process to best meet the needs of everyone involved
  • Use day-to-day, natural interactions to implement teaching new skills and strengthening others

 Teach & Support Families and Individuals:

  • Fun, interactive and effective ways to engage your child in the process of learning new skills and how to “generalize” or implement these skills in multiple settings
  • Life skills that have real meaning to further the clients and families life

 What do the visits/sessions look like:

  • Play, interact, support
  • Visits can be as often as needed, depending on funding,
  • Session last from 20 min to 1.5 hours
  • Group session can last 1.5 – 2.5 hours
  • First visit: Intake, review information and goals

 Types of approach for an Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA/BCBA)
  • DIR/Floortime Approach
  • Pivitol Response Training
  • Naturalistic play-based approach
  • Eclectic approach to meet the unique needs of the client