We practice activities your child will participate in.They’ll sit in circle time, make arts and crafts, greet peers, and more!
We assess your child’s needs and create goals tailored for them. They work on those goals with their classmates.
Our Behavior Therapists will teach your child how to take turns, follow group instructions, share, respond to their name, and more!
Our students work one-on-one with a team of Behavior Therapists with a curriculum supervised by their Board Certified Behavior Analyst.
We break large skills into small steps and reinforce those steps until mastered.
Our approach to ABA therapy and all of our therapies is rooted in the belief that every child brings unique abilities and perspectives. We aim to nurture these strengths while addressing any challenges.
We create an environment of acceptance and understanding for each child that walks through our doors.
By collaborating closely with families, we create individualized therapeutic approaches that respect and integrate your deep understanding of your child's needs.
We value your input, keep you informed on your child's progress, and empower you with strategies to support your child outside of the clinic environment.
We prioritize your child's autonomy, ensuring their voice is heard and incorporated into the therapy process to foster self-confidence and personal growth.
We'll work with your child's sensory sensitivities and respect their need for routine, and do not work towards "normalizing" behaviors at the expense of your child's creativity, individuality, and autonomy.
Our team is dedicated to creating an open, respectful environment where we meet your child where they are every day.
Therapy progresses cooperatively, always prioritizing your child's comfort and consent. Along the way, we make sure there is plenty of time for rest, play, and typical childhood activities.
We strive to help your child develop important life skills in a safe, supportive setting that respects their sensory needs and personal comfort.
Our therapists take time to build rapport with your child, customize their approach, and respect your child's sensory sensitivities and need for routine.