Envisioned by the parent of a daughter with autism, the facility is a miracle resource that is all encompassing of what families with special children desire. Our vision is for your child to evolve and progress by working with the most advanced tools, alongside remarkable therapists, in the friendliest, healthiest and most welcoming environment!
ABA intervention targets reducing inappropriate behavior and increasing communication, learning, and appropriate social behavior in both natural environment and discrete-trial teaching formats.
Occupational therapy focuses on helping children develop the abilities necessary for the many “occupations” of childhood such as play, self-care, learning, school, community skills, and socializing.
Speech therapy is devoted to helping children develop both verbal and non-verbal communication abilities and emphasizes interactive communication within the context of the child’s everyday environments.
Feeding therapy works to improve oral motor skills, swallowing, acceptance of age appropriate size portions and a variety of foods from all food groups.
Augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) therapy uses ways, other than spontaneous verbal language, to communicate. AAC therapy trains an individual user on a particular AAC system, or device, that is often used in conjunction with speech language pathology to support language development.