Our Services

Along with early learning we focus on behavioral and mental health. This promotes a more comprehensive approach to care for children and families. Developmental screening is the first step in recognizing intrinsic, unexpressed behaviors that may delay the
progress of a child. Screening is not meant to establish a diagnosis, but rather help professionals determine whether more in-depth assessments are the next step. In most cases, screening rules out the likelihood that further assessment is needed. Using a high-quality developmental screening tool like the Ages & Stages Questionnaires (ASQ-3), professionals can screen children for delays accurately and cost-effectively. Our professionals and resources will be located on site so that it is a hassle-free experience. We normally screen within the first 30 days of a child’s enrollment and continue with ongoing assessments.

Patient Portal

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Special Services

Inclusion in early childhood programs refers to including children with disabilities in early childhood programs. Together with their peers without disabilities; we are dedicated to holding high expectations and intentionally promoting participation in all learning and social activities, facilitated by individualized accommodations; and using evidence-based services and supports to foster their development (cognitive, language, communication, physical, behavioral, and social-emotional), friendships with peers, and a sense of belonging. As part of this commitment to providing appropriate support and teaching for children.

ABA Therapy for Children with Autism

We are equipped to provide Autism treatment to children diagnosed with Autism. This includes using evidence based Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Therapy. ABA Therapy starts with an initial assessment of the child’s skills and is highly collaborative with families throughout the treatment.

Autism Assessments

Children with autism who receive Autism Treatment/ABA Therapy will be assessed initially and once every 6 months while they are receiving Autism Treatment. Following each assessment period, an individualized treatment plan will be developed along with collaboration with parents. One assessment that may be utilized is called the Verbal Behavior Milestones Assessment and Placement Program (VB-MAPP). This assessment measures the language, learning, and social skills of children with autism. The assessment determines each student’s strengths, areas of need and determines which skills to focus on in treatment. Children receiving ABA Therapy will have a treatment plan individualized to meet their needs. Another assessment that may be used is called the Adaptive Behavior Assessment System, Third Edition (ABAS-3). This Assessment is a rating scale useful for assessing skills of daily living. If this assessment is used, it is only used once every year and will help identify strengths and areas of need regarding adaptive/daily living skills.
parent caregiver training

* Note: these are only a few of the topics that may be addressed during Parent Training. The topics are individualized to the needs of each family.

Parent-Caregiver Training

Caregiver training is an important component of ABA Therapy and will be provided to ensure the growth of your child. Caregiver Training may include group sessions or individualized sessions and is individualized to the needs of each family. Caregiver training may include the following:
  • Education on Applied Behavior Analysis Basics
  • Information and Guidance on Toilet Training
  • Behavior Management in your home and in the community
  • How to address Sleep Difficulties