In-Home ABA Therapy
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) therapy uses basic behavioral practices like positive reinforcement, practice, and prompting to teach age-appropriate skills and reduce harmful or challenging behaviors. The advantage of in-home ABA therapy is that it is customized to work with your child in his or her natural environment and takes into account everyday triggers and family dynamics.
Early Learners Group
These all-day or half-day small group sessions are designed to help your child begin learning age-appropriate skills that will help them become more classroom-ready so they are better able to adapt and succeed when it’s time to go to school.
Speech Language Therapy
Our speech language pathologists specialize in treating children on the spectrum. Individualized therapy provides treatment, support, and care for children who have difficulties communicating, eating, drinking, and swallowing.
AHSS offers therapy to build age-appropriate skills and to decrease or eliminate troublesome behaviors that may be preventing your child from learning or interacting socially. These behaviors may include: noncompliance, tantrums, bed-wetting, feeding problems, aggression, and self-injury.
Center-Based ABA Therapy
AHSS Autism Centers use the same ABA behavioral practices as in-home therapy, but in a structured, controlled environment. This type of environment can increase motivation in your child, encourage new and emerging skills, and promote positive behaviors.
Group Social Skills Training
Learning to work and play within a group is critical to positive social and academic interactions. Our groups consist of kids on the spectrum as well as neurotypical kids to develop skills such as taking turns, teamwork, social awareness, and sharing.
Individual, family, and sibling counseling is available for individuals with ASD, ADHD & anxiety, depression, school & behavioral issues, and other emotional needs. Our counselors can help with processing a new diagnosis, developing social perspective, improving sibling interactions, and IEP support.