Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is the leading approach to improving the developmental deficiencies associated with autism. ABA therapy is likely able to improve the quality of life of your child and help them reach their full potential. ABA therapy focuses on human behavior and is able to increase desirable behavior and minimize unwanted behaviors.
The number of hours your loved one requires will depend on how far behind they are in certain skill areas. The clinical director will complete the assessment to make a recommendation on how many hours of therapy the individual should receive once the initial assessment is completed. The intensity of services can be adjusted as the individual gains new skills and is re-evaluated routinely throughout your loved one’s treatment.
Occupational therapy is an evidence-based practice with a holistic approach to promote independence, engage in meaningful occupations, and the ability to fulfill daily routines and roles.
Occupational therapists work on a variety of skills including gross motor, fine motor, visual-motor integration, coordination, reflex integration, neurodevelopment, activities of daily living skills, self-regulation, handwriting, sensory processing and modulation, and social skills.
A standardized assessment will be performed by the occupational therapist to determine your child's performance level in a variety of areas that impact daily life such as self-care skills, gross motor, and fine motor skills. We will work together with each family to create an individualized treatment plan to target goals based on familial concerns and the child's specific needs.
Following the occupational therapy evaluation, we will determine a weekly schedule for consistent therapy sessions. Therapy sessions will consist of client-centered therapeutic activities that will help your child reach their goals and the development of age-appropriate skills.
We work closely with parents and families to offer support and guidance when addressing issues such as sleep, picky eaters, home modifications, adaptive equipment, sensory processing, ergonomics, the promotion of developmental milestones, and more!
Yes, you'll need a prescription and a referral unless you're a private paying client.
We are constantly growing so please contact us directly for more recent updates.
Yes, we accept private and out of pocket paying clients.
There's a process to everything in life. Unfortunately, services cannot begin today, tomorrow, or once documents are signed unless you're paying out of pocket.
Depending on the insurance company, it may take up to 2 - 3 weeks. Since all documents and assessments must be uploaded onto their portal.
We provide services in the home, daycare, community, and schools (based on district or school policy).