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We work with your child 1:1 in your home for a prescribed number of hours per week. An extensive evaluation of your child’s present levels will initially be conducted in order to determine appropriate goals and intervention strategies. Programs are individualized based on your child’s unique interests and strengths and sessions are often incorporated into your typically occurring family routines. Home sessions are designed to be naturalistic and may work on several areas (e.g., social, play, communication) or be more specific if your child needs help with a particular skill (e.g., toilet training).
Designed for your child to be successful in an academic setting with their peers. We focus on maximizing their learning opportunities throughout the day by providing 1:1 support to help your child meet their academic, social and behavioral goals.
ABA can be implemented in your family’s day-to-day life. This may include going to the park, trips to the grocery store, or anywhere else life takes you.
Learning Center services are delivered 1:1 with a trained behavior interventionist at an intensity of 25+ hours per week. Initial and ongoing assessment allows our staff to identify and address current needs as they relate to communication, social skills, self-help skills, and problem behavior. AST Learning Centers resemble typical school environments with areas designated for group activities, play centers, and table based instruction.
Our intention is to be a guide and resource for every stage of your family’s needs. The teen years present new opportunities and challenges as individuals move into this new and often confusing developmental phase. Some of the benefits of services at this stage can include the evolution of your child’s interests and personal choice to address the emerging need for independence and job readiness.
Occupational therapy (OT) is part of our multidisciplinary approach, and helps children with developmental delays and disabilities learn to perform the activities of daily life such as eating, dressing, and playing with friends.
(Offered on a limited basis at some locations.)
Speech and language therapy can also be part of a multidisciplinary approach. Challenges with speech are a common sign that a child might need supportive services.
The goal of this training is to empower caregivers to be able to address challenging situations and teach new skills to their children. The parent training commitment is based on the family’s schedule and availability, and parent input is used to develop goals that will have the greatest impact on the family’s overall quality of life.
Regardless of your child’s age or where you are in your journey, we want to help.