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ABA Therapy Services:

Our ABA therapy program offers assessment and treatment services for children and families affected by autism, ADHD, and behavioral issues. We have a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) and Registered Behavior Technicians (RBTs) on staff.

Services and Treatment Programs:

ABA Therapy

ABA stands for Applied Behavioral Analysis and focuses on socially significant behaviors. This includes developmental skill acquisition and problem behavior reduction. ABA therapy is an evidence-based approach that is widely used for children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other related developmental delays. ABA therapy uses a structured, relationship-based approach to help children build pivotal developmental skills, such as communication, social skills, play skills, and more.

Parent Consultations

Consulting with a BCBA about behavioral issues that are affecting the child, family, and/or the child’s success in school is beneficial in solving behavioral problems, teaching families behavioral strategies, and making recommendations to help the child and family improve relationships and functioning. Parent Consultations can provide solutions to specific behaviors, such as potty training, following directions, and getting along with others, or solutions to general behavioral issues that are affecting peace in the home. 

School Consultations

Consultations can include child/classroom observations when teachers or parents have concerns about specific behaviors a child is exhibiting. It can also consist of classroom observations geared toward supporting teachers as they address difficult times of day, challenging subgroups of children, or other issues that arise in classrooms on a regular basis. Parents and teachers are provided with strategies for effective interventions, individualized planning, and improvement of behaviors.

Social Skills Training

Social skills training helps children develop the social language, emotional processing, and self-regulation skills necessary for being a successful member of a group. Therapists model and teach the necessary skills for developing and maintaining relationships. Children are provided with beneficial feedback from peers and valuable on-the-spot coaching by therapists; who teach, practice, and reinforce the skills necessary for successful social interactions and relationships.

Potty Training

Many families struggle with toilet training. The BCBA provides you with a dedicated, individualized plan to help your family through this process. Therapists meet you and your child where you are while offering support and strategies to ensure a positive outcome.


PLAY: Peer Interaction, Language Development, and Acquisition of Social Skills for Young Children

PLAY is a readiness class designed for children, ages 2-6 years, who benefit from focused teaching on socialization, communication, and learning skills. The class is based on an integrated learning model and includes peer models. It supports a natural learning environment, and teaches developmental skills through direct instruction, paired play, structured play, and supported interactions.

PLAY offers a unique multidisciplinary approach that supports children in meeting pivotal developmental milestones. Our daily routine is rooted in evidence-based practices and diligently planned, providing children with individualized care to meet targeted goals.

One of the most valuable skills gained in early childhood is the ability to engage and socialize. Social and play skills create a strong foundation for cognition, social-emotional development, problem-solving, and more. At PLAY, we create an environment that nurtures growth and allows children to build these pivotal skills in a social setting.