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Autism Therapy


Center Services

What We Provide

Childs Pyschologist

Direct 1:1 Therapy

1:1 therapy is one child to one highly trained instructor. The Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) provides learning opportunities to your child based on their individualized curriculum.

Speaking Practice

Language Acquisition

Our individualized program provides a systematic approach to language acquisition. This includes functional communication to ensure your child can advocate their wants and needs, labeling items, building conversational skills, and much much more!

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Play Skills

Our program assists with expanding interests to a wide range of toys, playing next to other children (parallel play), playing with other children (collaborative play, turn taking, sharing), imagination (imaginary play, pretend play) and integrating language into play.

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Social Skills

Our program assists in building a wide range of social skills from tolerance during play, advocacy with peers, generalizing conversation skills with friends, and learning a wide range of social cues.

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Behavior Support

Our program assists with reducing behaviors that are dangerous (aggression, self injury, property destruction) or preventative to learning and social opportunities (sensory behaviors). Our approach involves teaching new behaviors to meet the needs of your child and replace the current problematic behaviors.

School Children

Group Learning/School Preparation

Our center offers opportunities to teach skills needed for a group setting in a group setting. Your child would be assigned to a group with peers at similar age groups and skill levels. Targeted skills include circle time, group based instruction, centers, independent work, peer collaborative projects, and much more!

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Parent Support

Our program integrates caregivers into the process from setting goals to facilitating home based goals. Our BCBAs work with caregivers in the home and community settings to ensure your child’s skills transfer across setting and people.

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Collaboration Across Providers

Our BCBAs provide assistance in school (observations, meetings with teachers, IEP meetings). Additionally, BCBAs collaborate across professionals outside of school such as Speech therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Feeding Therapy to ensure success in goal development and implementation.

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Toilet Training and Self-Care

Our center is equipped with toilet training seats and well trained staff to assist with toilet training. RBTs also integrate independence across a wide range of self-care routines needed for a school setting (washing hands, personal responsibility for school supplies, opening lunch packaging, cleaning up, and much more!

Highly experienced staff

New location with easy access to the 95

We are currently accepting new patients.

No Waitlists

Center-Based Approach

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Our center-based program offers a school like environment with designated drop off and pick up, 1:1 and group support, and daily schedule routines.


  • Increased social skill and play opportunities throughout your child’s day

  • Opportunity to develop friendships and interpersonal skills

  • Opportunities to work through distractions and build attending skills needed for a school-based environment

  • Exposure to group based routines and instructions that will assist in future classroom placements

  • Naturalized teaching and generalization opportunities

Parent Support

Our staff provides opportunities to support your child in the home and community.

  • Parent training offered across a wide range of community skills

    • Behavior support (attending, compliance, participation, tolerance, waiting)

    • Facilitation of functional communication of your child’s wants and needs

    • Generalization (applying skills in your child’s repertoire to other people and places and naturalized responding)

    • Routines (feeding and sleeping)

    • Self-care (dressing, hygiene, eating)

    • Tolerance to fears and phobias that present dangers to your child

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